Manoir Ogygia hotel

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Hotel, Poperinge

Manoir Ogygia - a name derived from Greek mythology - has nine rooms (two of which are duplex) on the ground and first floor with a total capacity of 22 guests. The top floor houses a public relaxation area (so even when you are not staying at the hotel, you can use it) equipped with a Jacuzzi, sauna, steam shower, a cosy corner, bar, television, etc. Manoir Ogygia reinforces the offer of luxurious hotel rooms in the Hoppeland and complies with the increasing demand for comfortable, safe and high quality rooms in a unique environment. Some rooms are also accessible to wheelchair users. Ideal for a "Westhoek, sheer wonder" documentary? Or a background report with a perfect mix of relaxation and tourism? An example of the integration of a new hotel in a castle park next to a 19th century ch√Ęteau? On reservation, it's possible to have dinner in the castle. There is choice between a 4 course dinner and a six course refined dinner.

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