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We loved our stay at the Pension Perruque. We were made very welcome by Janny & Nico, and looked after by Sita. Nothing to complain about everything was wonderful
The very warm welcome from tha host. The character and design of the pension + the cleaniness &comfort.
very comfortable and great staff
Having stayed there before I was not surprised at the wonderfully warm welcome and atmosphere I found but it was great to experience again. Highly recommended and thanks again to Ellie & Martin
The little town is like in fairy tale and the pension also is on the canal closer seeside.Wonderful!!! ! recomand everybody. Thanks to host.
Very good and convinient kitchen for the guests. "Small double rooms" are not suitable for two persons.
A very welcoming host, location in a wonderfully peaceful village and a delicious breakfast. Definitely a great choice for a peaceful retreat or countryside exploration.
the price and the service no
very friendly owners bedroom was freezing cold and the heathing makes lots of noise during the night. also difficult to get hot tab water.
The owners were very keen to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Nothing was too much trouble. The rooms and communal spaces were well decorated, equiped and spotlessly clean. Additionally the cost was very reasonable and the location beautiful.
Friendly welcome, quiet wth peaceful views over countryside, excellent breakfast.
The facilities and Staff were completly available to everything we needed They could improve bycicle parking at night
good value, good location, and it allowed dogs.
Friendly, good atmosphere I would like to see the toilet/shower block as non-smoking
Nice house, nice owner and good quality of furnishings and fittings. The location is a very well serviced and friendly town in Friesland - very rural. The house is located 3 or 4kms from the town. No clothes storage at all except for one rail of 6 hooks. No facility for a drink other than at breakfast - water or tea/coffee making would be a welcome addition. With the distance from town, this did become a problem.