Callicannesweg 12, 8978 Watou, Belgium.
Hotel Callecannens counts 37 comfortable rooms. Every hotelroom is equiped with tv, phone and a comfortable bathroom. Wireless internet is also possible. To better enjoy the atmosphere of Flanders and to taste the Flemish kitchen we have 2 holiday arrangements. With those formulas you can profit of our hospitality and don't forget the magnificent views and the peace and quiet of the countryside !!! Do you travel by bike or motorbike ? No problem ! We have parking space inside. It is worth taking a break at Hotel Callecanes : thanks to its friendly pub, its restaurant and its comfortable 3-star hotel. We hope to welcome you soon.
WiFi is available (extra charge).
Parking fee required.
Forest, Near highway, Countryside, Panoramic view.
More than 7 days before arrival : no cancellation costs.
Less than 7 day(s) before arrival : Entire reservation will be charged.
When the reservation has not been used and no cancellation has been made at the hotel: the first 5 nights will be charged.
Babybeds: 20.00 € for each additional babybed.
Pets are not allowed.
Visa, Maestro, Mastercard, Pinpas.
In a quiet environment, you have the restaurant, where you will find freshly cooked food and delicious regional specialities, or you can enjoy an intimate meal à la carte. During the working days, you can also enjoy the Menus " Les Routiers ". Those menus contains a starter - a main course - a sweet course, all of this for a reasonable price. The Callecanes is also the best place for: birthday parties, family parties, a conference or meeting, ... Ask without obligations our table of charges, or informations considering your event.
Situated on the Belgian-French border, 3 km from Watou and 5 km from Poperinge, Callecanes extends a warm welcome to residential holidaymakers, day visitors or tourists passing by. In this idyllic corner of Flanders, gastronomy and hospitality have no borders. Hotel Callecanes is the gateway to the Westflemish hills, French-Flanders, Poperinge, the city of the hop and medieval Ieper.