Only one other guest staying at the time we stayed, very nice and quiet. Would definitely stay again. No frills.
The downsides to Anna's place are the busy location and the somewhat tired decoration. The twin beds were a tad uncomfortable (but there was no room for larger twin beds). This is all overcome by the warm welcome and good, obliging service. The breakfasts were really good. And our room had everything ...
Part of a cycling trip - I appreciated the safe storage of my bike. The owner is undertaking a big renovation of the building, although my room was fine. Big bedroom &bathroom, excellent shower and comfortable bed. Decent restaurants in the nearby town and an amazingly well stocked polish supermarket ...
New B&B with outstanding facilities and host/owners. Evening meal and breakfast by owners also outstanding.
WiFi failed multiple times over the multi day stay.awoke to loud voices (3-4) guys 2 times at 1:30 am coming in to the property. And then continued to talk and have a good time before sleeping. the door buzzer rang many times in my room each time someone can to the door... once at 400 am. i tried ...
Great rural location. Clean, a bit funky. Perfect for a romantic weekend getaway.
Great relaxing stay and quality accommodation
Baron Casier Park is a good place to visit.
Travel to Waregem if you'd like to see it with your own eyes.
Look into staying at one of the area's ritzy hotels to make sure that you get a terrific night's sleep. Those who decide to stay at the Maison Kerkhove or the B&B Le Secret de Sarah will experience only the finest in service and amenities.
Make time to taste the full-bodied coffee and sweet treats offered at Delchambre Tom / T, a local spot close to Baron Casier Park. Seeking something a little more substantial? Il Basilico is a worthwhile dining spot in the area. To cap the night off, take one last short walk and grab a cocktail at Markt 28.
The light rail system is a convenient way of getting to Baron Casier Park. It's just 0.5 miles from the nearest station, Waregem.