Book your table

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 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 where you can have a drink whilst you wait for your table. 

Come on, book it! You know you want to ;)

Ypres has two very nice golf clubs.  Let's help you to get to get acquainted with what they offer:

Ieper (Ypres) Open Golf

Ieper (Ypres) Open Golf has 'Golf for everybody' central to its philosophy.  With a 9-hole course that is available for players with Hcp 45 at competitive prices, it wants to offer every visitor the chance to enjoy the sport of golf.  No matter whether you are a beginner or an experienced player, everybody is welcome.

The club also has an illuminated driving range with 20 practice mats.  The ideal spot to perfect your swing!

The club house, constructed in wood, offers a convivial environment in which to relax after your game.

Golf Club Palingbeek

Surrounded by the picturesque beauty of Flemish hills, not so far from Ypres, this lush, green golf course offers a range of challenges for players of all levels.

The golf course was designed by Harold J. Baker, who for more than 30 years was a top professional player and also a highly-regarded golf course designer.  Bakes was of the opinion that a golf course should integrate naturally with its surroundings, so that it fulfills not only sporting criteria but also has a more esthetic purpose.

The Palingbeek is one of the nicest examples of Baker's philosophy.

To find a man's true character, play golf with him.

P.G. Wodehouse
Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now