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Troopeird Hotel

Doornikserijksweg 74, Kortrijk 8510 Belgium
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#11 of 13 hotels in Kortrijk
In search of something different ?This "out of the usual" hotel is widely known for its traditional craftmanship and warm hospitality in a rural atmosphere.Though situated near the motorways and Kortrijk Xpo, it is comfortably close to Kortrijk, as well as Mouscron and TournaiAll rooms have modern amenities, decorated in a flemish style, and they offer an unseen complete equipment, unique for this price range.Both restaurant and bar, have a surprising range of homemade Flemish dishes and beers from the many local breweriesSince the 17th century, Troopeird has been a popular stopover in the region, for the travellers seeking a home, away from home.Already in the 17th century along the ancient road fromf Kortrijk to Tournai, there was the all known Inn "Auberge La Maison Rouge".The name (red House) was later translated (from french to flemish) into "Roode Huys", even later because of his function as mail relay to "The Red Horse". Early 20th century, the establishment was known as "The Chord". (de Koorde)The widely grown flax was in fact "turned" into ropes in the barns. At the reception of the Hotel is still the original wheel on which the ropes were twisted.In 1968 Troopeird opened as a restaurant and quickly became one of the most famous and acclaimed eateries in Kortrijk.However, the guests of the hotel, which opened in 1978, require a different type of restoration and the kitchen tends to focus more on healthy and some simpler meals.The hotel was built according to the most modern standards of safety and comfort, but with respect for tradition.The atmosphere suggests that this building is an old farmhouse and suggests the Flemish character throughout the premises. A unique collection of bobbin lace designed and worked by Lieve (the "hostess" of the house) witnesses her love for the old Flemish handcraft. Not only the different styles of lace,but also the secrets of production itself, are explained and demonstrated to intrested .Textiles and clothing have always formed the basis of the industrial past of the region.
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English, French, Dutch, German
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jcstour wrote a review Sep 2017
London, United Kingdom92 contributions46 helpful votes
We have spent several days here in two visits to the area. This small friendly hotel is run by a couple who go out of their way to make you feel welcome and at ease. The rooms are spacious and comfortable with a traditional feel. Some rooms have traditional bathrooms, one room I used had a modern bathroom with a walk in shower. Either way, everything you need is provided. The breakfast is splendid, the usual bread, meats, cheeses, yoghurt, muesli, juice, coffee and fruit, and also eggs and bacon cooked to order. They provided a good meal in the evening and they have a splendid range of Belgian beers, some from the excellent village brewery. If it is fine, there is a garden to sit and have your beer with a tranquil rural outlook. Although they seem to cater mainly for weekday business people, I would have no hesitation recommending this as a base to visit the area, or as a stopover about 90 mins from Calais or Dunkerque.
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Traveled on business
120sandra wrote a review Mar 2017
London, United Kingdom157 contributions42 helpful votes
Super hotel with charming owners who go out of their way to accommodate the guests. Very good for cyclists - they will look after your bikes and provide a packed breakfast if you need to get up early for an event. Fantastic breakfast with all the usual fruit/yoghurts/meats/cereals/breads/croissants/fresh orange and so on and also eggs cooked and served in a little cast iron frying pan however you like them. Can't recommend more highly. Beds super comfy and none of that nasty plastic sheet stuff going on. Shower over bath powerful. Room has old fashioned decor and is all the better for it as it is in keeping with the hotel and provides individuality. Really super place. Our second visit.
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Date of stay: March 2017
Trip type: Traveled with friends
david 3826 wrote a review Jan 2012
Lancs. England203 contributions151 helpful votes
I stayed in January for one night. I arrived at the hotel cold after a long meeting in an unheated factory. The reception greeting I received was fantastic. Went up to my room which was clean and comfortable, only problem (and not just with this hotel) is that the bed was only about 30cm off the floor. I had a long hot bath to warm up and went down to the restaurant for a meal. The food was fantastic and home cooked, only problem was that the heating didn't appear to be on but there was a log fire on the go. My only critism of this hotel is that the noise of people talking and doors opening carries. If you as I am are a light sleeper I wouldn't advise thsi hotel. Havind said that it is very rare these days that you are made to feel as welcome in a hotel as I was at the Troopeird. Would I stay again? possibly. If you are stayng fir leisure there is nothing around the hotel.
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Date of stay: January 2012
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Trip type: Traveled on business
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Cor v wrote a review Oct 2010
Uithoorn, The Netherlands193 contributions99 helpful votes
I stayed just one night, and the hotel is very nice. Nostalgic building, large comfortable rooms, free parking in front and good breakfast. Very friendly staff.
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Date of stay: September 2010
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Trip type: Traveled on business
Clive E wrote a review Jun 2008
Northants UK386 contributions325 helpful votes
This is a gem of a place, family run, small, intimate and friendly with nothing being too much trouble. All is reasonably priced, and the clientle are good also. It is furnmished with great taste and has many interesting artefacts. The only moans are is that the sauna is bookable for 3 hours minimum at a charge of €70, and the hotel is not near anything of interest, other than that it great.
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Date of stay: June 2008
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Trip type: Traveled on business
$123 - $141 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
BelgiumFlandersWest Flanders ProvinceKortrijk
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Frequently Asked Questions about Troopeird Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Troopeird Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Begijnhof St Elisabeth (St. Elisabeth House) (3.4 miles), Broel Towers (3.5 miles), and Eglise Notre-Dame (Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk) (3.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Troopeird Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Troopeird Hotel?
Top room amenities include a desk, a fireplace, and a seating area.
What food & drink options are available at Troopeird Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Troopeird Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Troopeird Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bistro Bordo, Rebelle, and Au petit Chateau.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Troopeird Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, German, and Dutch.
Are there any historical sites close to Troopeird Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Baggaertshof (3.3 miles), Belfry of Kortrijk (3.4 miles), and Artillery Tower (3.4 miles).