B&B Gasthof Wilgenhof, Maldegem, Belgium

Arriving at Wilgehof
Arriving at Wilgehof

I recently stayed at a lovely ‘rural’ B&B in Maldegem, Belgium. I say ‘rural’ as it’s located outside the main city, surrounded by farms and open fields, really quite peaceful.

I was visiting with my family (adults) but I can imagine small children and large groups would also enjoy it. There is a lot of greenery, bicycles for rent and even a barbecue area.



We were very satisfied with the rooms; basic but cozy and very clean (which for us is most important in the end). Additionally, as a group of tall people, we were happy to have proper sized beds where we don’t have our legs hanging off the edge.

Bathroom 1
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 1



Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
Bathroom 2
Bathroom 2


Breakfast is pretty basic but definitely sufficient, as is the dining area. Breakfast includes a boiled egg, a fruit, various hams and cheese,cherry tomatoes, bread, butter and jam, juice and coffee or tea. There is also a fully stocked fridge for guests to help themselves to various drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic). This is based on an ‘honor system’ where guests note down what they take and clear the bill on departure.

Dining area







Fully Stocked fridge
Fully Stocked fridge

Overall, I definitely recommend it for a group getaway, couples or families. Those looking to get away from their daily routine and the noisy, polluted city life can really take advantage of the atmosphere to unwind. Not to mention the owners are lovely and take such individual care of guests.

A green house where guests can sit, relax, read...
A green house where guests can sit, relax, read…
The Main Entrance
The Garden


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