De Haan, also called Le Coq sur Mer, is still one of those really cosy, old-fashioned seaside resorts with beautiful belle-époque villas, cosy restaurants and the well-known more than 100-year old Royal Ostende Golf Club. The beaches of De Haan are real family beaches with colourfully painted beach huts. Duinhof is situated at the edge of this lovely coastal village.
Duinhof is the picture-perfect image of a small-scale country-house hotel. Here you will find peace and quiet, and British style cosiness combined with Flemish Hospitality. All rooms are furnished with antique furniture and king-size beds. The upholstery with exclusive English materials immediately catches the eye. Each room has a private terrace with a view over the large garden and the heated swimming pool.
Duinhof’s restaurant, Casanova, has a Bib Gourmand and is within walking distance of the nearby promenade which offers a great view of the beach and the North Sea. The cuisine can be described as refined French- Belgian with a touch of Italian. The monumental, romantic city of Bruges is only a 15-minute drive away