Guesthouse ‘t Baertshof offers you a rural residential stay, with various amenities in a quiet, unique corner of the earth. It’s perfect for a family vacation or a fun getaway with friends.
‘t Baertshof was originally an antique dwelling that Emiel Baert reconstructed in 1920, after World War I. Agriculture and livestock have long been a part of its history. Emiel first took up the reigns and was succeeded by his son Albert, who also farmed tobacco.
The building in which we operate the guesthouse used to be an old barn for horses and cattle.
As many of the barn’s original materials as possible were used in the renovations. Even so, it was completely transformed into a modern and comfy vacation home that Albert’s daughter Christine manages alongside her husband Dirk.
When the weather is nice, the bocce ball court and trampoline on the huge lawn help make for an oasis of tranquility, overlooking vast fields and farmlands. They accentuate a unique countryside location. If you prefer the shade, however, you can always retreat to a welcoming, covered patio in the hangar, which has a sandbox, swing, and ping pong table.
The driveway offsets ‘t Baertshof far from public roads. This makes for a safe, relaxing stay on the property.
So, what are you waiting for? This new guesthouse is itching to be discovered!
Historic charm and modern day luxury, all in one house.
An extremely quiet location within walking distance of the church, in the rural village of Passchendaele
Get a whiff of the historic past during a nice stroll or bike ride.