Restaurant Willem Hiele is located in an architectural building in the historic polders of The Keignaert, a nature reserve with meadows, creeks and fields close to the bustling city of Ostend.
Along a lane lined with pollards, you come across an architectural gem that seems to be discreetly hidden in the landscape, this brutalist building is slowly revealing its charms. What once was a residential house, designed by the Belgian artist/architect Jacques Moeschal, is today a gastronomic experience restaurant with guest rooms.
Spend the night
Our restaurant has seven hotel rooms where the polders tap on the window panes, sometimes cheerfully and sometimes moody, in a quintessentially Belgian way. The windows frame the surrounding area like a postcard. Is it a Permeke landscape or Monet’s garden? Come and find out for yourself.
Bed and breakfast in a two-person room €199–249
Room only bookable in combination with restaurant booking