Hotel Butler

Address: Blankenbergsesteenweg 13/A, Zuienkerke, West Flanders, 8377, Belgium | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge, located on Blankenbergsesteenweg 13/A, Zuienkerke, is near Friet Museum, St Janshuis and Koelewei Mills, St. James's Church (Sint-Jacobskerk), and Our Lady of the Pottery (Onze-Lieve-Vrouw ter Potterie).
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          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Butler Zuienkerke

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Zuienkerke

          Traveling woes

          A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Aug 29, 2014

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          Today was the last day of the Backroads adventure and ended with a short/relaxing ride prior to saying our goodbyes. After a nice breakfast we all got on our bikes for a ride through Bruges. In started so nice, beautiful morning, sun shining and all our group sticking together and riding as a true group of friends that we have become. Right as the ride started someone pointed out that my shoelace was untied. Since I switched to my gym shoes, forgot to double knot/tuck them in and did ...

          Bruges - It's like an f-ing fairytale.

          A travel blog entry by jesspratt on Jul 18, 2014

          18 photos

          ... where we learnt quite a bit about the history of Bruges. Here are some fun facts: - Bruges used to be a huge harbour where merchants would trade and do business from all of the world. - the entry points for the boats dried up over time and ships started going to Antwerp instead - because of this, Bruges almost froze in time. There was no longer money to develop buildings and town planning hence why the city still has a medieval look about it After ...

          Belgium - Brussels and Brugge

          A travel blog entry by simonct on Sep 16, 2013

          1 comment, 16 photos

          ... between Dutch and French. In practicality though, Brussels is really a French speaking city. Bruges is known as the “jewel of flanders” and is officially Dutch speaking. The south of Belgium is French speaking and is known as Wallonia. There is also a German speaking part in the east. I think the language gives you a good idea of how much Belgium is a country of states rather than a single country with a single history.

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          Feeling sick sucks

          A travel blog entry by while on Jun 30, 2013

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          ... entry). I'd say the repairs are sorely needed, the building looks sadly shabby and chipped inside. I later find GF fancy chocolates (made in Brussels not Bruges, but seriously tasty and nice salespeople). It's nice to feel familiar with the town, a real benefit of staying in one (smallish) place for so many days. I have a look for the vial of (supposedly) Christ's blood at The Church of the Holy Blood, but though I find (I ...

          Running errands- like a normal/real person :)

          A travel blog entry by asheevk on Dec 04, 2012

          ... You never really know how you are going to feel until it happens. Odd to come to such a realization over a sweater, however, when I finally found one I liked it was so comforting to have....

          After the hot chocolates (which everyone should try in Belgium they are soooo delicious) we went back to the apartment, where Jaey and Djuna made me one last delicious home cooked meal. I really adore both of them so much, and they are both such great cooks!