Auberge des Rois - Beach Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Auberge des Rois - Beach Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge des Rois - Beach Hotel De Haan
Travel Blogs from De Haan
... The day was a bit cooler than the previous day but the sun was out.
We explored the Old Town by day. It was enchanting. The kids loved looking in the beautiful windows of the candy and chocolate shops.
We walked through the cathedral - so old, so beautiful.
We had three more things to tick off from our list of things to eat - Belgium fries (morning tea), Belgium beer (Clint's lunch) and Belgium Hot Chocolate (dessert at lunch). ...
... for a warming break at CoffeeWorld, which actually turned out to be a smoky pub that served just the one type of coffee, and returned to the ever-expanding Brussels train station. My journey was over.
Naturally, my return to the UK was a soul-destroying experience. My train was inevitably delayed the moment it came anywhere close to England, and just enough to put pay to my advanced connecting booking. How foolish of me to trust train operators to ...
... walkers and bike riders everywhere. We've seen nice paths before, in our travels, even at home, the Swamp Rabbit Trail, for instance. But we've never seen anything that comes even close to this. Our late start today deprived us of our intended drive through the commercial flower (tulips, etc) growing areas of Holland which are located along our original planned route between Vlissingen and Volendam. We had also hoped to stop by a traditional, ...
... amsterdam at 1 so we walked up the bell tower of Brugge for a beautiful view of the town & an unexpected workout with over 369 steps to the top. Mitch & Brent then sampled the famous Belgium waffles which have clumps of sugar in them & are meant to be some of the best waffles in the world, I returned to the chocolate shop to find they make a healthy chocolate alternative for chocoholics like myself. Next stop was ...
... 8211; hovering around the zero degree mark. It was evident that snow wasn’t far away and on the day we left (our third day there) we awoke to a covering of white everywhere and the beautiful silence which comes from the falling of gentle snowflakes. In our opinion, this only added to the beauty of the place.
Our next stop in Belgium was Ypres – about forty minutes drive from Bruges. Here we visited the 'In Flanders ...