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?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Hotel Torenhof
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Torenhof Sint-Martens-Latem
Travel Blogs from Sint-Martens-Latem
... travel route for our city visit and decided for us that we would dine at a particular brasserie that evening. Mind you, this was all done in a combination of English, French, Dutch, and Italian. Our combined brain power helped us to understand everything she said. After that, she sent us on our merry way.
The first thing to hit our line of view as we headed toward the city center were the tulips. Tulips galore,! All ...
... Hans was so welcoming, giving us all the do's and don't's of the place, mostly in terms of food! Brugge is a small town so we found that all you could do there was eat, drink and wander....perfect. Again, the streets are paved with cobblestones and windey streets going here and there. Being so close to the main square, which has several lane ways coming from it, was perfect for us. The weather was a bit rainy and bloody freezing so ...
... and biosecurity checks. Your baggage may be sniffed by a detector dog and/or X-rayed, and it may be searched to identify any risk goods you might be carrying.
I skyped with my sister in New Plymouth yesterday. She turned her webcam so I could take a look outside, but what I saw didn't look too good: dark clouds and quite a strong wind! So, we'll need to take a fleece and a windbreaker. But anyway, we'll stay optimistic, weather can change. See you soon down under folks!
Today was a very productive day of sightseeing in Brugge. This morning we woke up, got ready and were greeted in the dining room by Marie Rose. A table was prepared for us next to the back patio. The other two guests in this house were eating at the other table. They are Asian, not sure if they are from the U.S. or somewhere else, but they speak pretty good English. After a breakfast of tea, eggs and bread we grabbed our daypacks and headed into town. ...
... of mine. I could be in their shoes, unimpressed by the architecture around me, sick of waffles, wondering why so many tourists desire to climb the narrow 366 steps of the Belfry (which we totally did, by the way). Just a thought.
After the museum, we walked through a couple of parks, which were just as picturesque as the center of town. I’ve included some pictures of the strange trees we saw that looked like people stretching their hands toward the ...