Charming English-speaking owners have transformed this 1869 linen-merchant’s house into a stylishly comfortable retreat featuring quality box-spring mattresses, fluffy monogrammed towels and a delightful guest lounge with honesty bar. It trumps most hotels and there’s even a little verandah, garden and library. Breakfast is superb.
It's on the steps that rise from Werthplatz, two blocks south of Eupen's train station, to leafy Heidbergpark. Call to arrange arrival times. Puzzled by the name? It's an acronym of the hosts' children's names.