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The Bed and Breakfast is an ideal starting point for many walks on foot or by bicycle. Maps are at your disposal here.

Close to the house is the 'Burggraaf Frimout' park which takes you to the centre of Poperinge. There you can visit historical monuments (churches), the hop museum, the Widow's Yard, amongst others.

Poperinge and its large area offer you numerous culinary possibilities: from the charming tavern to the gastronomic restaurant. The famous local beers such as Hommelbier, Nunnenbier and the Trappist of West-Vleteren (several years 'Best  Beer of the World') will delight you. Or maybe you prefer a 'Picon an de schreve'?

During the Great War, Poperinge was an important logistic platform for the British war machine. Several monuments testify that part of history: the Lyssenthoek Military Cemetery (the biggest military hospital cemetery of the Ypers' front) with its new visitors' centre, the Talbot House, the Great War site at the city hall, ...

The 'In Flanders' Fields' museum, the Yser Tower in Diksmuide, the Tine Cot Cemetery in Passendale are only a few of the souvenirs of the Great War which marked the Westhoek permanently.

Poperinge is situated in the heart of the Westhoek, at one step from the North Sea, the Flemish Hills, and the North of France.