The Protea Bed & Breakfast

Address: Menenstraat 47, Ypres, West Flanders, 8980, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located on Menenstraat 47, Ypres, is near In Flanders Fields Museum, Flanders Battlefield Tours, and Over The Top Tours.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Shuttle bus service

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Protea Bed & Breakfast Ypres

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Ypres

          Bangkok to Belgium

          A travel blog entry by cokers on Jul 17, 2015

          2 comments, 9 photos

          ... was a 6.6 kms long tunnel under the river at one stage and on several occassions the motorway dived down into tunnels underneath canals.
          Because of our time constraints we were taking the shortest and quickest route which involved alot of motorway, rather than the more interesting minor roads which I prefer.
          From the N57 which featured in the first road stage of this year's Tour de France it was a straight run south to Ypres through ...

          Our day in Trier

          A travel blog entry by julia.rees on May 05, 2015

          12 photos

          ... most beautiful market square in Germany with its stunning fountain and also the St George fountain in the Kornmarkt. It is a truly stunning place to spend a day. This afternoon we travelled 30 miles to Erden where we camped at an attractive campsite on the river bank watching the cruise boats glide past. The vineyards seem to slope down ...

          Remembering a century ago

          A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Apr 19, 2015


          ... it you have 12 hours of slow death.

          I apologise about my language profusely here, but what the **** is wrong with the human race?

          What is the point and need to kill so many thousands of people to start with, but is a silent slow and painful way they can't avoid? Geez, I'd rather be shot and even that isn't a pleasant thought.

          We went into the very center of the Western Front...on Hill 60, the highest point of the Western Front and the place where some ...

          Flanders for Free

          A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Jul 26, 2014

          3 photos

          ... to Commonwealth soldiers without graves during the First World War.

          Whilst there, and going up the stairs to the elevated gardens we found Tony Robinson from Time Team doing filming for a TV show! So we stayed around for a while to watch him fluff his lines before heading back down for a photo shot of us by the arch, before heading back round the City Moat, and back into the centre for ...

          In Flanders Fields where the Steins do go ...

          A travel blog entry by howardstein on Jun 13, 2014

          ... were aver 1000 people attending to hear the fire dept. buglers sound the woeful music. This has been going on for 80 years every night.
          Everywhere we go and get info, the number of injured or dead are always in the tens of thousands. In all, 10 million soldiers died in 'The Great War'. The battlefield almost did not move and the trenches were used for over three years in the war of attrition with both sides making virtually no headway until the last ...