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De Wens Bron, The Wishing Well, Limburg, Belgium

Property type: Hotel
Contact: Sandy Kelley
Address: Leemzaal 37,Kerniel
City: Borgloon/Tongeren/Hasselt/St Truiden
Postalcode: 3840
Phone: 0032 12 743762
Fax: 0032 12 210417
Daily prices Lowest: 40.00EUR Highest: 65.00EUR
Weekly prices Lowest: 40.00EUR Highest: 65.00EUR
Description:

The house has been extensively renovated over the past 10 years yet still retains its charming original character, where you will receive a warm and friendly reception. We are an English couple but we do speak a little of the local language of Flemish.
Situated 15 minutes walk to the centre of village Borgloon through some of their finest countryside, De Wens Bron is the perfect choice for a visit to many of the local attractions.
Our bedrooms have a mix of traditional and cottage style. All offer colour television, hairdryer, central heating, seating area and complimetary towels are provided.
Guest feedback has indicated a demand for tea and coffee making facilites in each room....so we've now included this in the price.
Breakfast includes full English or Continental upon request.
Pets are welcome but please make us aware when you make your booking.

Location:
'De Wens Bron' is fortunate enough to be situated in one of the most delightful countryside areas of Belgium roughly between the towns of Tongeren and St. Truiden. In fact, we are only 10kms away from both St.Truidens Saturday morning fleemarket and Tongerens weekly Sunday morning Antique/Fleemarket, and only 500metres away from over 300kms of safe Cycling/Walking routes In Borgloon you find walking or cycling and placidity rests, values which become always more important in this hechtic society. Discover our many castles, churches and monuments in several styles. Here past times breathe and speak through the stones Sint-Truiden’s historical centre includes the town hall (Stadhuis), with a 17th-century tower classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1999. The oldest parts of the building date from the 13th century. Tongeren;The oldest city in Belgium dates back to Roman times. No matter which direction you come from, you can see the belfry tower for miles.

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