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B&B New Largo
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Reviewed 27 May 2015

Clean spacious rooms with a friendly host what more could you want... Free Wifi and a tasty Breakfast... its got that too.
I would defo recommend and we will return. Thumbs up from us, We'll be coming back!

  • Stayed: May 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 21 October 2014

We stayed at the New Largo for 4 nights, October 16 - 20th 2014,to attend several events of Remembrance for the Battle of the Yser in 1914. Situated between Nieuwpoort seaside and Nieuwpoort town, it was the perfect situation for us. The newly opened museum and exhibition underneath the Albert Memorial and by the Ganzenpoort is an absolute must for those interested in the Western Front. The hosts at the New Largo, Louisa and John, are helpful above and beyond the call of duty, very knowledgeable about event surrounding WW1 and committed to sharing their history with tourists. Louisa even read poetry in a WW1 commemorative event 'Remembrance Through Music and Emotion'. However, you don't have to be following history to find staying here a joy. Breakfasts are typically Belgian (lots of ham,cheese, fish, hardboiled eggs and more bread and pastries than you will ever need) and the rooms are contemporary and stylish. We would definitely return to this home from home.

  • Stayed: October 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 September 2013

This B & B has comfortable beds and beautiful linen,the towels and soap were replaced daily.The hosts are very friendly and we were made to feel at home the minute we arrived.The fresh coffee in the morning was wonderful.Our room was spacious with a table and club chairs the bed was king size.Information on our arrival to the local area and restaurants was unhurried.We really enjoyed our stay and would definitely return if in the Niewpoort area again.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Dawn M
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Reviewed 26 August 2011

I stayed at this B&B for ten days whilst judging at a local regatta.

The B&B is structured towards the expectations of holiday travellers and there were initial frustrations when the 0830 breakfast wasn't ready until 0845 - not good when we had to go to briefings at the nearby yachtclub at 0900.

The breakfast included quite delicious fresh croissants and bread. There was heaps of bread, cheese and meat but little fruit, no cereals, skim milk or other healthy food choices. The coffee was quite good and came from a machine which fresh ground the beans with every cup. We could never finish more than a quarter of the food on offer.

In a way I think that the owners are perhaps trying so hard to deliver the local expectation of quality food that they miss the need to meet customer expectations on timing. In my view they could do better by having a breakfast buffet with the basics available and offer the home baked items as people come in. They could probably save themselves money and cut down food waste in the process.

There are different sizes of room and you pay for what you get. Ours was a small room and storage was very limited for a regatta, but the beds were very comfortable, the towels and linen perfectly OK and it was very quiet - we slept well. The only criticism was the variability of the cold water supply . We did get a nasty hot surprise when somebody on the same bit of the system reduced the cold water supply to our shower.

There is no wifi but the owners are planning to instal it. The TV had BBC 1&2 plus CNN although the volume control had a limiter on it which meant we couldn't hear it very well. Presumably to prevent annoyance to other guests.

Car parking is on the road at the back of the property - you might have to walk a hundred yards or so to get to the car if back late. Normally it was about 40 - 50 yards.

Our hosts were friendly and helpful. The pluses substantially outweigh the minuses - but it could be even better.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 7 August 2017
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  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
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