How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews CERISE Bethune Beuvry
Travel Blogs from Beuvry
... and then listened to the mournful sound of the "Last Post", by the local bugler, a commemoration that takes place every night at 8.00 pm to honour those who fought. It was an amazingly emotional moment for the 3 or 4 hundred people who were there at the Mennin Gate. We were then driven back to our hotel, after an extraordinary day, and fell asleep as soon as our heads touched the pillows, despite it still being broad daylight ...
Today we rode along the canal tow path for about 25kms and then went inland and had lunch, before we joined a rail bike path for another 20 kms before rejoining the canal again for the final 7kms to bring us to Oudenaarde, a total distance of 52kms We arrived in Oudenaarde, which is lovely small city, we went off for a wander with Albert, they were excavating an archaelogical site near the ...
... on both sides of the river. We wonder how on earth the grapes are harvested. We did notice that there are tiny one track ride on type tracks leading up the side of the hillsides each bearing a little ride on contraption with a small seat on the back. We watched as a man scattered plant food on the vines.the Temperature today was a sunny 24 ...
... a whole line of moorings being put in place with a smart new Capitainerie being completed to serve the very long pontoon. All the old boats (well there were a couple left) that where there have been cleared and we only recognised the "Night Club Boat" from 3 years ago. No sooner had we arrived when the heavens opened with a massive downpour with rolling thunder. We had a beer whilst we waited for it to ease off and pleased we had made it inside before it ...
... passing a “Boulangerie” where we bought some nice rolls to go with our chilli, we again wandered back alongside the moat to the van. We ate dinner early around 5.00pm as we needed to set off back in to town by 7.00pm to see/hear the Last Post Ceremony. We had been told to get there by 7.30pm in order to get a good position…how true! This ceremony has taken place every day, come rain or shine, since 1928 except for a short break during World War 2. ...