How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
Photos of Villa Magnolia
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Magnolia Oostkapelle
Travel Blogs from Oostkapelle
... little windmills at the water. From there we returned to the main square, had some coffee and hot chocolate on a patio and then walked back to the hostel to relax before dinner. We chatted with our Brazilian roommate about her travels, as well as a former Queen's student from Toronto and now Vancouver. She's travelling for four months, which is an insanely long time in my (and my bank account's) opinion! For dinner we had burritos and Belgian ...
We arrived early to our home away from from home in Bruges yesterday morning; our scheduled 7 1/2 hour flight turned into a 6 1/2 one with a tail wind that was a little bumpy but super fast! We love our cute rental house; it's cottage style but with modern artistic lighting, our own quaint courtyard, and a 5 minute walk to the main market. Bruges is everything we imagined, cobblestones, beautiful ...
... to import!), cheeses, and chocolate!!! There was enough food to feed 10 people! Riet is a beautiful person with this amazing aura around her and a constant smile on her face (she reminds me a lot of Christine, my yoga teacher at home). We definitely found a match for Cielo and Jose (our Granada hosts)! She chatted with us whenever they walked past or came in to fetch something, but still gave us plenty of space, and her attention to detail and all the small little touches ...
... row on row/ that mark our place ..." It has been quite cold the past the past two days. Yesterday the high was 45 degrees with a brisk breeze. Bruges is only 10 miles from the North Sea. I am glad for my coat and several layers. There are so many bicycles in The Netherlands and Belgium that there are little blue stations along many main streets. Inside is a foot pump and tire gauge in case your tires need some air. We have seen them being ...
... br> Coming back from the boat tour, we adjourned to the flea market on the canal bank. Lucky us, the flea market is only on Saturday. Some of the stalls were antiques, some were jewelry, some junk, some pictures, some knickknacks, etc. the usual type of canal bank selling in European towns. I found a lovely antique sign for selling eggs, a small brass flower planter and then we saw an antique coffee grinder of a type I've not seen before. ...