Ypres Holiday Home

Cosy holiday home in the heart of Ypres

Holiday Home

- A brief description of the property and its accomodation -

  • Luxurious apartment Renovated in 2014

    Consists of two upper floors with all the necessary comforts.

  • Living roomSpacious and modern

    With sofas, chairs, beanbag and flat screen TV.

  • Roof terraceEnclosed and south facing

    With outdoor lounge, outdoor lighting and parasol.

  • KitchenOpen kitchen

    With refrigerator, dishwasher, combi oven/microwave, induction hob, coffee maker, Senseo coffee machine, etc.

  • BedroomsSpacious and modern

    With a double box spring bed and built-in wardrobe.

  • BathroomSpacious and comfortable

    With large walk-in shower, two sinks and a toilet.

  • 4 starslicensed apartment

    Our apartment meets the 4 stars rated comfort.

'Gîte de Lombard'

'Gîte de Lombard' is situated in the heart of Ypres, just a stone's throw from the historic Grand Place with its magnificent medieval Cloth Hall. Within walking distance you will find the 'Vauban' Ramparts, the green oasis of the city.

'Gîte de Lombard' is an ideal base to explore the many sights in Ypres and Flanders Fields and to discover the war history of the region. Within half an hour's drive you can find Tyne Cot in Passchendaele, the Trench of Death in Diksmuide and explore the rolling countryside around Kemmel, to name just a few sights.

This luxurious apartment, renovated in 2014, consists of two upper floors, offers all necessary comforts and is suitable for 6 persons.

We welcome our guests with a basic set of supplies such as toilet paper, paper towel, olive oil, tinfoil, hand soap, dishwashing liquid, dishwasher tablets, spices, shampoo, etc.



Living space
- sofa that can be converted into double bed
- 2 single seats
- beanbag
- Digital flat screen TV with home cinema system, DVD/Blu-ray player, radio and CD player.

>> Scheme Floor 1
Open plan kitchen equipped with all comforts
- dining table for 8
- large fridge-freezer
- combi oven/microwave
- dishwasher
- induction hob
- sufficient cutlery/dishes/pots/glasses/etc. for 8 persons
- coffee maker
- Senseo coffee machine
- thermos
- kettle
- mixer
- salad spinner
- high chair on request
- etc.

>> Scheme Floor 1
Enclosed south facing roof terrace
- Outdoor lounge
- Outdoor lighting
- Parasol

>> Scheme Floor 1


- Double box spring bed 160cm/200cm
- Built-in wardrobe
- Staircase to upper floor with 2 single beds

>> Scheme Floor 2
- 2 single beds
- Storage case: cot, changing mat for baby, Baby Relax

>> Scheme Floor 2 Duplex
- Double box spring 160cm/200cm
- Built-in wardrobe

>> Scheme Floor 2
- 2 sinks
- Large walk-in shower
- Toilet
- Hair dryer

>> Scheme Floor 2



- An overview of our rates -

Prices 1N (mon-thu) 1N (fri-sun) WEEK 7N
High Season € 145 € 165 € 840
Low Season € 145 € 145 € 740


  • "We had the honer to be one of the first visiters of 'Gîte the Lombard'. We loved the place and we certainly go back. It's located in the heart of Ypres so walking distance to all the nice things Ypres has to offer. The Gite lays in a quiet street what makes the stay very relaxing and peacefull. The owners live next door and are very nice and helpfull people. The Gite itself is a beautifull house that was just finished from a total renovation. So everything in the house is new. The furnishing is done with a good taste. The use of well placed decorations and the design gives the Gite a trendy look. In short, highly recommended for everyone who loves to stay in a trendy environment close to all the culture of Ypres.".
    Fam. Engels-Lambot
  • "We stayed with our family, inclusief young kids at Gite early August and had a great time. The house is well-decorated with a sense for design, located at walking distance of the centre. It is also near to the city walls from which you can enjoy a nice walk to the Menenpoort. The owners are really friendly. Perfect home for your stay in Ypres.".
  • "Fantastic, more than we could have hoped for - great apartment, great location, great hosts.

    The equipment provided to self cater was brilliant, lots of utensils and even some basics like kitchen foil and olive oil are there for your convenience. The furnishings are high quality too so you felt at home.

    Having never visited Belgium before we opted for Ieper by chance and what a lucky choice, it's a lovely place with lots to do. We used the train during our stay (which was very reasonably priced) which gave us a break from driving. When the car was not used it stayed parked in the Lombardsraat overnight or the free all day car park only 3 minutes walk away.

    I could say more but honestly just go and experience it yourself, you won't be disappointed.".


- Discover World War 1 in the Ypres Town -


What to do in and around Ypres.


In Flanders Fields Museum
The renovated In Flanders Fields Museum faces the visitor with the consequences of the Great War. It confronts young and old with life and death in the Ypres front region...

Hooge Crater museum
This museum is housed in a restored chapel located where one of the fiercest battles of Ypres was fought and right opposite the ‘Hooge Crater Cemetery'. The private museum is highly recommended because of its life-sizes reconstructions of war scenes, is extensive collection of weapons, equipment and photos. You can also enjoy an impressive ‘trench art' collection in the cafeteria...

Memorial Museum Passchendaele
Using vivid dioramas, soil finds and a unique reconstruction of an underground shelter 6m in depth from 1917, the museum tells the story of the Battle of Passendale also known as the third battle of Ypres...

Talbot House
Poperinge was situated about 10 miles behind the front lines of the Ypres Salient, right in the middle of the British sector. During the first world war there were about 250,000 British soldiers in and around Poperinge although it had only had 20,000 inhabitants in peace time...

Municipal Museum
The Municipal Museum is located in the former Saint John's almshouse. The present building constructed in 1555 is one of the few buildings in Ypres not to have been completely destroyed during the First World War.

The Municipal Museum illustrates the age-old history of the city by means of old paintings, prints, maps and original photos. Here one also finds arts collection of the City of Ypres. The jewel in the crown is the extensive collection of works of art by the Ypres female painter Louise De Hem (1866-1922).
Museum of Education
This museum is housed in the former Saint Nicholas church, a unique Construction in Flanders. The Municipal Museum of Education outlines the history of education in Flanders from the middle ages to the present day.

The two reconstructions of classrooms of 1700 and 1930 are of particular interest. The activity classroom allows you to slide into an old school bench and use a chalk on a slate...

Sights & WW1 Sites

John McCrae Site
One of the best known world war 1 sites in the Ypres salient is Essex Farm Cemetery and Advanced Dressing Station where John McCrae wrote his famous poem In Flanders Fields at the beginning of May 1915...
Cloth Hall & Belfry
The Cloth Hall served as a covered sales and storage place for cloth on the (now vaulted) waterway called the Ieperlee. The construction of the Cloth Hall was completed in 1304. In this building the cloth underwent its last official control, after which the cloth salesmen could stock and sell...
Tyne Cot Cemetery
The name Passendale is indelibly etched on the collective consciousness of Great-Britain and her Commonwealth. During the Third Battle of Ieper (1917) the British Army lost nearly 300.000 men to capture this ruined village ‘Passion Dale' - the valley of suffering. The cost in human life to achieve this ‘victory' is all too evident in Tyne Cot Cemetery, the largest British war cemetery on mainland Europe...
Hill 60
This hill was created by the earth excavated from the adjacent railway cutting. In 1914 it was captured by the Germans from the French. Later, this sector was taken over by the British, who began an underground war of mines and counter-mines. It is near the other famous Great War site, Hill 62.
Saint George's Memorial Church
This Anglican church was built in 1928-1929 following the plans of London architect Sir Reginald Blomfield. This ‘Memorial church' holds many reminders of the First World War. Everything down to the furniture was donated by British associations, regiments or individuals...


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