Room Spéculoos

The Speculoos room overlooks the quiet garden and includes:
– A bathroom with shower and private toilets
– 2 twin beds (90 x 200)
– Linen and towels
– Independent and secured access
– connected HDTV
– A wireless Internet connection

2 or 3 nights: 80€/night for 1 people – 100€/night for 2 people, breakfast incl.
> 3 nights: 70€/night for 1 people – 90€/night for 2 people, breakfast incl.
Extra cost for 1 night and baby bed.
Taxes: 6% VAT to add, tourist tax included

Good to know: 
It is not possible to install a cot or an extra bed in this room.
Our rooms are on the 2nd and 3rd floor, accessible only by stairs.
Smoking in the rooms is forbidden. Pets are not allowed. 



Speculoos (Dutch: Speculaas Dutch pronunciation: [spekyˈlaːs], Flemish Dutch: Speculoos, French: spéculoos, German: Spekulatius) is a type of spiced shortcrust biscuit, traditionally baked for consumption on or just before St Nicholas’ feast in the Netherlands (December 5), Belgium (December 6),[1] and Northern France and around Christmas in Germany. In recent decades it has become available all year round. Speculoos are thin, very crunchy, slightly browned and, most significantly, have some image or figure (often from the traditional stories about St. Nicholas) stamped on the front side before baking; the back is flat.

Speculoos dough does not rise much. Dutch and Belgian versions are baked with light brown (beet) sugar and baking powder. German Spekulatius uses baker’s ammonia as leavening agent. Spices used in speculoos are cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger, cardamom and white pepper. Most Speculoos versions are made from white flour, brown sugar, butter and spices. Some varieties use some almond flour and have slivered almonds embedded in the bottom. Some Belgian varieties use less or no spice.