The Bosgeus lays in the rolling hills of Heuvelland; one of the most important WWI regions in the Westhoek. The Bosgeus is surrounded by WWI relics. Even in the Bosgeus building itself WWI history was written. J.J. Crow received the Victoria Cross for his heroic actions during WWI in Nieuwkerke. The Bosgeus, as a holiday home can accommodate 130 people. There are several recreational rooms where young people can relax. In the courtyard and the playground table tennis, basketball and volleyball can be played. The Petit Pub is open in the evening where the house beer, a blond wheat beer can be tasted.


Dranouterstraat 24
8950 Nieuwkerke



Official labels

Accessibility label
This holiday accommodation has obtained the Flemish label for accessible tourism, level A. This means that it can be considered to have basic accessibility. Such accommodations are still usable for most people with limited mobility, but extra effort or a helper may be needed. Detailed accessibility information on this accommodation can be obtained  on
Bycicle friendly label
This recognition guarantees that the business meets the following requirements:
• is located at max. 5 km from a cycle route / network;
• is bicycle-minded (knowledge of routes etc.);
• provides free bicycle maps, tourist information etc.;
• has adequate space to park bicycles,
• has a repair set and first aid kit;
• provides accommodation to cyclists for one night.


  • Bar or Restaurant Present
  • Bikes Available
  • Internet Connection

Accessibility information


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