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5 accommodations in Aardenburg

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Hotel de Elderschans Aardenburg in Aardenburg Hotel
Distance: 1,1 km7.1
Hotel de Elderschans Aardenburg
Herendreef 67, Aardenburg

Expertly appointed rooms offer free WiFi, gym and sauna. 20 minutes from popular resorts.

Destiny in Maldegem Bed and breakfast
Distance: 3,7 km9.5
Destiny
Aardenburgkalseide 396, Maldegem

B&B Destiny: Near Maldegem, perfect for nature and city lovers. New triple room in 2024!

Vakantiehoeve de Biezenpolder in Eede Vacation home
Distance: 2,9 km8.5
Vakantiehoeve de Biezenpolder
Biezenstraat 21, Eede

Holiday farm De Biezenpolder: 19th century farm near the coast with a view of orchards, near Sluis & Bruges.

Familie B&B De Groene Specht in Sluis Vacation home
Distance: 2,4 km10
Familie B&B De Groene Specht
Zuiderbruggeweg 3, Sluis

De Groene Specht: 3 bedrooms, WiFi, view of polders, near Sluis & Stierskreek nature reserve. Ideal for 8 guests.

B&B De Waterputhoeve in Sint-Laureins Bed and breakfast
Distance: 4,6 km9.5
B&B De Waterputhoeve
, Sint-Laureins

De Waterputhoeve: modern comfort in a rustic jacket next to Leopoldskanaal, near Bruges & the coast.

Information about Aardenburg

Aardenburg, located in the province of Zeeland and the municipality of Sluis, is a historic town characterized by its rich Roman past. With archaeological evidence showing that the area was settled as early as around 12 B.C. was inhabited, Aardenburg is one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands and certainly the oldest in Zeeland. The city features a medieval street plan and a breathtaking array of historic buildings and monuments, including St. Bavo's Church, a Gothic building with Zeeland's oldest tower dating back to the 14th century, and the ruins of the Kaaipoort which is the historic entrance to formed the city.

In addition to its historic charm, Aardenburg is also known for its cultural offerings, for which the Archaeological Museum and the galleries and studios provide a stage. The Archaeological Museum houses one of the most extensive collections of Roman artefacts in the Netherlands, while local artists and craftsmen display their work in the various cultural spaces. Aardenburg also offers a range of culinary experiences, ranging from traditional Zeeland dishes to international cuisines, and various accommodation options to suit different travel needs and budgets. With its combination of historical, cultural and culinary appeal, Aardenburg is both an educational and enriching destination for visitors.