See why so many travellers make Gasthof De Pastorij their guest house of choice when visiting Leuven. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Leuven, Gasthof De Pastorij is located a short distance from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (0.2 km) and Fons Sapientiae (0.3 km).
Gasthof De Pastorij offers guests an array of room amenities including a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The guest house offers baggage storage, outdoor furniture, and picnic area, to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid private parking available on-site.
If you’re looking for a French restaurant, consider a visit to Bistro Tribunal, Zarza, or Bistro Julia en Elias, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Gasthof De Pastorij.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Groot Begijnhof (0.5 km), Town Hall (Stadhuis) (0.3 km), or Botanical Garden Kruidtuin (0.8 km), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At Gasthof De Pastorij, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Leuven.
Small hotel in the heart of Leuven. 20 minutes walking distance fromt the train station. Warm and friendly welcome, free map of Leuven and insiders tips for visiting the city Large room and bathroom. Excellent breakfast
Leuven is a student city, maybe that is why the hotel landscape is not very developed. I choose this place because of the great reviews. The hotel is more a bed and breakfast than an actual hotel. The lady running the place is of great kindness, giving you recommendations on the town. The room was in good shape, great bed - the most important for me. Internet did work well. Other reviewers rave about the breakfast: it is OK but nothing really spectacular. Maybe better than other breakfasts in Belgium, I have no experience about that.
We liked this guest house, a lot. It is in the historic centre and close to many tourist sites. When on holiday we prefer to stay in locally owned hotels rather than the big chains, and this hotel reinforced our decision. On arrival we greeted by Carmen, the owner, a lovely and charming woman. She carried our bags to our room on the second floor, despite our protestations to try and help her. My partner stayed in our room, but I had a cigarette with her in her charming garden. I felt I was talking to an old friend whom I had not met for many years. My husband also thought she was very charming, and liked her very much. We stayed in the Isiah Room on the second floor. Both the room and bathroom were large, but watch your head on some of the beams. The bed was king sized with pleasant good linen. We felt the design of the room was fun, and it was very clean. Wi-Fi was fast, and the TV had many channels in different languages. When we stayed, Leuven was experiencing high temperatures, our room was hot but a fan is provided which helped. One tip, when in the bathroom, draw the window curtains. My partner enjoyed his breakfast, with plenty of local ingredients to choose from. On leaving we were given a hug by Carmen. If we are ever in Leuven we will come back, I suggest you need to forget the chain hotels and come here.…
My husband and I stayed in one of the guest rooms on the top floor. We were pleasantly surprised, the room was even nicer than the pictures online. It was very large, yet cozy, and it had a very huge updated bathroom. Watch your head though! Some of the ceiling beams in the bathroom are hard to maneuver around. The location was amazing. It was right in the heart of the city, and a close walk to everything. The breakfast was good with a lot of different options. The only negative that I can think of, was that there was limited parking. All the parking spaces were taken by other guests when we arrived, so we had to park about 500 meters away for around 17 Euro for a night. Also, there wasn't a fridge in the room either, not a big deal, but just a convenient thing to have to keep drinks in.…
This is a wonderful hotel- clean and quiet. Carmen, the owner of the place, is such a lovely person which give you to feel comfortable like at home. The location of the hotel is the best you can ask for in Leuven. In my next visit to the city I am sure to be be back to the same hotel.