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Hotel d'Hane Steenhuyse

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Hotel d'Hane Steenhuyse

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The medieval monuments and UNESCO-listed landmarks of Ghent are even more impressive when viewed from the water. On this tour, set sail along the River Leie on a scenic 40-minute cruise. Pass the Castle of Counts and the Butcher’s Hall, cruise past the Graslei port, and learn more about Ghent’s history and cultural heritage as you listen to the live on-board commentary.
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ejfraser wrote a review Dec 2019
Solihull, United Kingdom811 contributions188 helpful votes
Only saw it from the outside unfortunately. I believe a tour of it is well worth taking. It is not as old as some of the other buildings in Ghent but due to its scale it certainly impressive.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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bradyboy2 wrote a review Aug 2019
florida902 contributions224 helpful votes
We had a very pleasant tour to this mansion The tour guide sylvi was excellent and we learned a great deal About then Iives of rich people during the 17 century
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Arriet wrote a review Aug 2019
Boca Raton, Florida301 contributions73 helpful votes
This should not be city's best kept sercret We were Fortunate enough to be able to take a tour of the two homes in English Led by a docent Sylve ( she does many languages) lucky for us they were only 3 and the other person agree English only Which makes me very happy Sylve Was informative personable interesting with excellent English and made the house visit extra enjoyable This is a much see if you enjoy house visit A sumptuous town house rococo facade Wow factor was who visited by invitation King Louis xvlll of France bother and bother in law of the guillotined Louis xvlll .and Marie A ntoinette ( and me☺️) The interiors are true to life You can visit without guide but I really feel you would get a lot more out visit this house with a guide Only open Friday Saturday and Sunday and guide tour at 2:30 Made it not a city best kept secret
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Helen R wrote a review Sep 2018
Victoria, Canada340 contributions78 helpful votes
Surprisingly this one is free admittance. You are required to don shoe covers to enter the ballroom (understandable to protect the inlaid wood floor). The wall and window coverings look to be period. Worth a peek if you have the time. I also found the kitchens in the basement interesting.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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SMU1963 wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom29 contributions41 helpful votes
Our old UK guidebook didn't even mention this fabulous mansion but thankfully our Gent Tourism guide did. A wonderful little gem of a place. We managed to get on a twice weekly tour - 2:30 Fridays and Saturdays - from the Museum across the street and so got to see their Chinese fabric covered salon too. The tour of both Mansions was €6, took 2 hours, and our guide was fabulous. She managed to transfix us all, the 6 locals and we two English tourists. The other staff/volunteers were friendly as well. I could happily have moved in! An oasis on one of the main shopping streets that is clearly missed by most. If you only have time for one place after the Van Eyke Triptych, make it this one!! Superb!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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