My husband & I were on a battlefield tour travelling with a group and stayed a couple of nights at this hotel next to the church in a small but attractive village. The hotel was in a pretty garden, with a dovecot, a stream and a avery large car parking area. It was unexpectedly large, with a huge dining room, plenty of comfortable seating areas, a very small bar, interesting battlefield exhibits and a quirky lift.
Our room was spacious , simply decorated in light colours with an attractive mural on the ceiling that carried on through the wall into a large bathroom with a good sized shower cubicle and plenty of towels.
The staff spoke good English and were very helpful. We opted to have the set 3 course evening meal - second helpings of soup offered, a substantial main course,[ as a vegetarian they provided an alternative main] delicious food for E16 a head.
Basic options for breakfast but plenty of it- cereals, fruit salad, yoghurts, croissants, pastries, boiled eggs, cold meats and cheeses breads, tea, coffee & juice.
The only negative was that without transport Ypres/Ieper was about 23 kilometres away and when asking about a taxi we were quoted E50 each way.
Would happily stay there again- great value and very comfortable & quiet!