Colorful apartment in the center of Ypres
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 6 Guests
The vacation apartment is located in the heart of the city center of Ypres. The apartment features a well-equipped kitchen, two modern bathrooms, and three cozy bedrooms and can accommodate up to six guests. The building offers multiple vacation apartments for larger groups, including a shared kitchen on the ground level. Book your stay now to enjoy a comfortable vacation experience in the city’s heart.
Welcome to this new vacation apartment in the heart of the city center of Ypres. With its central location, you’ll be just steps away from stores, restaurants, the historic center, and the station. Everything is within walking distance, making it the perfect spot for a hassle-free vacation where you won’t need a car!
This apartment has everything you need for a comfortable stay. You’ll love the shared well-equipped kitchen, perfect for whipping up delicious meals. With two bathrooms featuring a modern walk-in shower, you won’t...
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Ypres boasts a historic Cloth Hall, impressive Cathedral and medieval Market Square. Despite centuries of history, however, this city is best known for what happened here a little over a hundred years ago. It is the unofficial capital of Flanders Fields, site of numerous battles during the First World War. The “City of Peace” still commemorates these events daily, at the In Flanders Fields Museum and under its Menin Gate memorial. Night after night, the Last Post sounds in tribute to the soldiers who fell, ensuring that we never forget this war. Ypres is a small town located in West Flanders, about 20 kilometers north of the border with France. Ypres is called Ypres in French. The city has its origins in the Middle Ages, when the first houses appeared on this site on the river Ypreslee. Ypres is nowadays mainly known for the role it played during the First World War (1914-1918). The German troops tried in vain to occupy Ypres during four battles for Ypres. Today, the many graves, monuments and places around Ypres are reminders of this era that cost the lives of no fewer than half a million soldiers in Ypres and the surrounding area. During the war, Ypres was almost completely destroyed. The Ypres you see today is partly a reconstruction of what the city looked like before the war, supplemented with new districts. Whoever walks through the streets of Ypres now would almost think that he / she is looking at houses that date from the Middle Ages. Hill 60, also called Heuvel 70, is a hill near Ypres. The approximately sixty meter high hill is a war site from the First World War. Here British and Germans have fought several times for the hill. Famous is the reconquest of the hill by the British on April 17, 1915. After weeks of digging tunnels, six mines were detonated in these tunnels. In the space of about ten seconds, the German defenses were destroyed. Today you can visit Hill 60. It is now largely overgrown with shrubs and trees. On the hill you can still see remnants of bunkers. A monument has also been placed on the hill in memory of the fallen soldiers. When you are in Ypres, there is more to experience than sights. While you are in the center of Ypres, you can also spend time shopping. On and around the Grote Markt you will find enough shops to keep you busy for a while. In addition to the well-known chains, you will find plenty of independent shops in Ypres. The best shopping streets in the center are the Boterstraat, the Neermarkt, the Menenstraat and the Grote Markt itself. With the exception of a few shopping Sundays per year, most shops in Ypres are closed on Sundays. A museum you must visit when you are in Ypres is the In Flanders Fields Museum. This museum shows you in an interactive way what caused the First World War, how the First World War was sold and the post-war period. It shows how devastating the war was for Ypres and the surrounding area of Ypres. You can also see a lot of attributes that come from the war and you learn about the four battles of Ypres. During your tour of the museum you will be accompanied by your personal poppy bracelet. This ensures that you get to hear personal stories during your museum visit, in your language. You can keep the bracelet afterwards. You can also return it, where you will receive your deposit back. The In Flanders Fields Museum is located in the Lakenhallen in the center of Ypres. It is a permanent exhibition that is open every day of the week. The museum is closed on Christmas Day and New Year's Day. If you enter the center of Ypres from the east, you will probably drive through the Menin Gate. The Menin Gate spans the Menin Street. The current gate dates from 1927 and has been put away where a completely different gate used to be. The new Menin Gate was built by the British. It is a large memorial to the more than fifty thousand British soldiers who disappeared during the First World War. They almost certainly died during the war, but they have not been found or identified. The names of these soldiers can be found on the many panels that can be found in the monument. Remains of soldiers are still found during excavation work in the area. Once these are identified as those of a missing Briton, they are reburied in an official ceremony. Afterwards, his name is removed from the memorials of the unknowns. The Last Post is still played every day at 8 pm under the Menin Gate in memory of the fallen soldiers. If you have spent a whole day in and around Ypres and have immersed yourself in the history, this ceremonial trumpet signal will make an extra impression. The Grote Markt is the central square of Ypres. This square has been the center of the city for centuries. According to most tourists, the Grote Markt is by far the most beautiful place in the city. This is partly due to the impressive Cloth Halls and the belfry, located on the northwest side of the square. Just as beautiful is the Nieuwerck, which nowadays houses the Ypres town hall, and the catering establishments on the north side of the Grote Markt. The south side is mainly dominated by shops, supplemented by some catering establishments. The Court of Justice is a building that was added after the reconstruction of the square. Like the rest of the city of Ypres, the Grote Markt was largely destroyed during WWII. I. From the 1920s, the Grand Place was restored in a historicizing reconstruction architecture. The Onze-Lieve-Vrouwgasthuis was then replaced by the Court of Appeal. For more detailed information we refer to the websites “visitflanders” and “toerismeieper”
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Payment and Cancellation - 14 Day Policy
- Guests may cancel for free provided that: (1) reservation is canceled within 48-hours of reservation request, and (2) reservation request was made 11 days before arrival.
- 14 days or less prior to arrival: Guests pay 100% at time of reservation.
- More than 14 days before arrival: Guests pay 50% at time of reservation, the remaining 50% will be charged 14 days prior to arrival.
- For guests paying with Points or Cash & Points: 100% of payment of both Cash & Points will be deducted at time of reservation, once booking is verified within 48 hours.
- 14 days or less prior to arrival: No refund issued, unless ‘Grace Period’ applies.
- More than 14 days before arrival: 100% refund.
- SuitableForChildren,SuitableForInfants,PetsAllowed:petStayCharge,The minimum age for Guests is 26 years; moreover, any Guest under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian for the entire duration of the stay:
- 1. A group of Guests belonging to the same household is allowed, provided that at least one person is 26 years or older.
- 2. A group of Guests who do not belong to the same household is only allowed if at least half of the guests are 26 years or older.
- The number of Guests (excluding infants under 2 years) may never exceed the number communicated in the listing.
- The Guest will use the Accommodation with respect, treating it as a normally careful and reasonable person would do and leaving it behind in the same normal tidy condition in which he or she found it on arrival. The Guest is not allowed to move household effects and/or furniture.
- The Guest must not cause any nuisance to local residents, other occupants or neighbours. The Guest must comply with and adhere to the normally applicable rules. Between 10 pm and 8 am every effort must be made to keep noise to a minimum. Parties are prohibited at all times.
- The Guest must all times adhere to the time of 5 pm for the start of the check-in period and 10 am for the final check-out, unless there has been an express agreement to the contrary.
- The keys and any items such as badges must be left at the exact same location at the check-out and must absolutely not be left in the Accommodation, in the letterbox or elsewhere, unless expressly directed otherwise in the check-out instructions.
- The Guest must always close the windows and doors when leaving the Accommodation.
- Rubbish must be collected and deposited according to the instructions given on the guest portal.
- To avoid damage to the HVAC installation (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) and unnecessary costs, the Guest may not set the thermostat in the Accommodation above 21 degrees Celsius at any time during the stay. The Guest must heat the Accommodation in a responsible fashion.
- Pets are allowed, an extra charge of 50 euros will be made, and the normally expected rules of conduct apply: for example, pets are not permitted on seats, chairs or beds. If pets are brought into the Accommodation without permission, a fixed fee, as well as any costs incurred (e.g. additional cleaning costs) will be payable by the Guest.
- Smoking is not allowed in the Accommodation or on its grounds (including garden and terrace).
- The Guest may not exceed the number of vehicles stated in the listing for which parking or storage space, if any, is provided. It is not permitted to charge electric cars or bicycles in or on the Accommodation and any associated parking space.
- The Guest is, where applicable, obliged to comply with the statutes and the internal regulations of the association of co-owners in the residence.
- The Guest may not use the Accommodation for commercial purposes, such as commercial photography or filming.
- The Guest agrees to follow the instructions and pay any additional costs for special matters such as use of the BBQ, fireplace, sauna, swimming pool, jacuzzi, etc. that will be communicated through the guest portal.
- It is not permitted to put up tents or other structures, paint or put up wallpaper, add or change locks, install antennas or satellite dishes, or affix screws, nails or adhesive materials in the Accommodation or on its grounds.
- For quality and safety purposes, the Accommodation may be provided with equipment that monitors the environment in the Accommodation (including noise levels, temperature and movement) to ensure that Guests have a pleasant stay and neighbours are not disturbed. The Guest is not allowed to interrupt, disable or remove this equipment. Any problems with or need for repair or maintenance of this equipment must be reported immediately by the Guest.
- The Guest is aware that the necessary information about the Accommodation and the reservation is accessible on the online guest portal, and undertakes to follow any instruction given during the stay.
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