Are you staying in our hotel? That is always handy to know, it would be great if you mention this in the online process.
We also like to know beforehand if you'd fancy eating outside (weather permitting). Moving your table to outside on the day, is not always possible anymore.
Will you please consider your arrival time well? That will enable us to prepare ourselves in these challenging times. Thank you!
When you book dinner at 5.30 to 6pm, we'll make sure you will be out in time to experience the Last Post.
Don't worry of your preferred arrival time no longer shows up, you can simply select the next slot. If you arrive early, there's always the bar or the comfy lounge sets on the terrace where you can have a drink whilst you wait for your table.
At In Flanders Fields Museum and the Hooge Crater Museum, we are immersed in the story of our wartime history through life-like displays and hyper-digital experiences.
And at the Yper Museum and the Mergelynck Museum, we dig even deeper into our town's rich heritage.
Allow us to take you on a short tour of Ypres's museums!
The Hooge Crater Museum is owned by Niek and Ilse and is the best private museum in the region, with a friendly, themed café adjoining the museum itself. The museum is located in what was once a chapel, built in the 1920' and contains an impressive collection of authentic First World War artefacts.
This fascinating place gives you the chance to experience what happened during the war at close quarters, by giving you a free walking app to guide you around the surrounding area. You can also take park in enthralling story-telling walks. Or watch and original film from 1917.
At the Hooge Crater Museum, you can also visit the entry point to the Ypres Salient East Walking route: here is a visitors' centre explaining the various circular walks you can take.
Not had enough yet? In 2020, there will be a temporary exhibition: 'the Reconstruction and Medical Evacuation in World War I', a riveting insight into life after the war.
To enable you to experience every aspect of their museum, Niek and Ilse have developed this exclusive package:
Price : € 16,50 pp (instead of the normal price of € 20, exclusive to hotels)
Ask for this package at our hotel reception desk!
In Flanders Fields Museum brings the 100 year-old story of the Great War to life, in a very compelling and interactive manner. Now that there are no living survivors of the war, this museum has become, more than every before, the gateway to understanding what happened in Flanders during the First World War. The gripping video projections, unique sound effects and the most state-to-the-art multi-media applications, submerge you in life at the front.
With a wrist band, you can register as you enter the museum and then make virtual contact with someone who live through the events of more than 100 years ago.
If you have booked your hotel room direct with us, you can buy your ticket for the museum from our reception desk at a reduced price.
The Yper Museum gives you with a taste of 11 centuries of life in Ypres and the Westhoek. Browse through a unique collection of insignia, maps, archeological finds, coins, lace and handwork and so much more besides.
Kids can take their place right at the centre of Medieval Ypres - and we mean that literally, because there is a giant model of the town.
You will also be give a cat's paw wristband, to help you get the most out of your visit in a fun way.
If you booked your hotel stay direct with us, you are also entitled to a discount for this splendid museum - just ask for a reduced price ticket at our reception.
After several years of painstaking restoration, it's again possible to visit the fabulous Merghelynck Museum. This impressive mansion house is a faithful reconstruction of the original built in 1774. In beautifully decorated salons and boudoirs, you can see period pieces of French furniture, works of art and silver ware, saved from the infernos of the First World War.
This is unique among Ypres' museums and can only be visited by making a reservation in advance. It is also possible to organise fun activities for kids, such as training to be a footman or a maid. An enjoyable way for children, with parents, grandparents, family and friends to get together and share a memorable day out.