B&B Logies Onderland
AddressRabotstraat 62 GhentSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Logies Onderland is set a 9-minute walk from Ghent’s Patershol District, the oldest part of this historical town. It is less than 1 km from the shopping district, the Castle of the Counts and Korenmarkt Square. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all areas.
Featuring garden view, the rooms at this bed and breakfast are fitted with hardwood floors and a desk. They also come with an en-suite bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries.
A buffet-style breakfast is served every morning at Logies Onderland. Within an easy walking distance from the accommodation, you can find supermarkets, bars and restaurants.
Guests of this property can relax on the garden terrace in nice weather or visit the on-site sauna for an additional fee.
Saint Bavo’s Cathedral is a 17-minute walk away. Ghent Saint Peter’s Train Station is 3.9 km from Logies Onderland and connects to medieval Bruges or Brussels in a 35-minute train ride. The Museum of Fine Arts and the SMAK Museum are 4 km.
Please inform Logies Onderland in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
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