Treat yourself to an extended weekend, half-week or a week in Ostend. Rent a cozy, furnished and furnished apartment by the sea on the 5th floor. Chateau Les Dunes II, a stylish new apartment complex in a quiet street.
At 20m from the dike and the beach (ideal for jogging, walking and sunbathing). Easy to reach. In the vicinity of the big city (full of lively activities). Base for numerous coastal activities, from De Panne (Plopsaland) to the fashionable Knokke.
The apartment accommodates four people, thanks to all the equipment and two bedrooms. One bedroom with fixed bed (1.6 m) box spring and Auping mattress, and a smaller one with folding bed (1.4 m).
The equipment offers all modern amenities to make your stay as relaxing and comfortable as possible:
• Flat screen TV, Digital TV with HD Digibox (Telenet)
• DVD player with selection of films and children's series
• HiFi installation with Tuner, CD and MP3
• Free WIFI
• Leather sofa and 2 recliners
• Modern kitchen with fridge and freezer, combi microwave, dishwasher
• Rain shower - separate toilet
• Individual terrace and large common terrace
For prices, conditions and availability, visit our website or contact us via the contact form at the top right.
|Address: Raversijdestraat 22, Oostende|
|Zip/Postal Code: 8400|
|Latitude/Longitude: 51.2171091 / 2.8813416000000416|
|Distance to the centre||2 km|
|Distance to the sea||20 meters|
|Nearest airport||2 km|
|Nearest beach||20 meters|
|Nearest casino||2 km|
|Nearest restaurant||500 meters|
|Nearest shop||10 meters|
|Nearest supermarket||200 meters|
North Sea aquarium, Visserskaai
collection of fossils, shells and 13 batteries with live fish from the North Sea
James Ensor House, Vlaanderenstraat 27
the living and living world of James Ensor (1860-1949).
Mercator, Mercator dock
designed by the polar explorer Adrien de Gerlache and built in Scotland. The Mercator retrieved the mortal remains of Father Damian in 1936. Won the Oslo-Oostende sailing race; Decorated since 1961 as a museum ship.
Earth Explorer, Fortstraat 128b
interactive voyage of discovery through the four forces of nature of our planet: earth, water, fire and wind. Follow all natural phenomena and disasters in real time.
Memorial Prins Karel, Nieuwpoortsesteenweg 636
the history from King Leopold II (1900) with German coastal batteries, the home of Prince Charles, Regent (1944-50)
Dikke Mathilde, Leopold II avenue
female nude by sculptor Georges Grard, connected with the sensual caress of the sea. Until 1963 to see for the Kursaal.
Floral clock, Leopold II avenue
leaflets with 3-meter and 4-meter hands, driven by an underground motor of 10HP, provide the right hour.
Maria Hendrikapark, Maria Hendrikapark
at the edge of the fishpond walk or rowing yourself or pedal boating in the park. The mirror lake in the park invites for a romantic walk or sporty jogging.
Leopoldpark, Leopold II avenue
laid out on the old English-style settlements, with ponds, walking paths and flower beds. Enjoy nature and works of art.
Japanese Garden, King Park
walking garden with different landscapes, with central pond in the shape of a turtle.
Here you walk along the well-preserved remains of the battery 'Aachen' from the First World War and from the battery 'Saltzwedel neu' from the Second World War. Bunkers, open and covered corridors, artillery pieces and searchlights are waiting for you with original material.
At the end of the 18th century, France annexes our regions. Napoleon fears an attack from England on the port of Ostend and therefore in 1811 an imposing fortress is set up in the dunes. Since 1995 Erfgoed Vlaanderen has managed the Fort Napoleon. Erfgoed Vlaanderen took care of the restoration and made it an open monument.
Kursaal Oostende, Monacoplein
designed by Leon Stynen (1953) in white portland stone, the view on the Albert I promenade dominates. In addition to the traditional casino (entrance free), it has been upgraded since 2004 for exhibitions, reception and meeting rooms and the largest auditorium in Belgium (1650 people) for concerts, performances and shows.
Royal Galleries, Seawall
built in 1905, they served to protect wealthy citizens from sun and rain during their stay. They connected the royal chalet with the Wellington racecourse. Today it is a 4-star hotel that breathes the atmosphere of the Belle Epoque.
Ensor Gallery, James Ensor Gallery
covered walking mall with various boutiques between the Vlaanderenstraat and the Christinastraat.