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Where the legendary Pullman Express once whistled by

Where ancient polder landscapes, arcane fields and mysterious forests alternated

In the pristine countryside of Bruges

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In a bygone era, the legendary Pullman Express steamed by this exact spot on the old number 62 railroad.  Nowadays, the station house of Moere is a stylish, boutique bed & breakfast tucked away in the Flemish countryside. Surrounded by historical and natural beauty, hostess Irma Schabon has crafted a unique environment combining tasteful architecture, design, rest and luxury.

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Spoor.62 combines elements of the elegant 20’s with the sleek and stylish modern style of today. The soft earth tones and fine natural materials create a harmonious and calming environment. The classical designer furniture by Charles & Ray Eames, Le Corbusier and Eero Saarinen was specifically selected to suggest a pleasant symbiosis of design and relaxation. However, Mother Nature always takes centre stage: owing to the immense glass windows, the garden is ubiquitous. On walking by, one cannot help but being transfixed by the majesty of the ancient trees and the wide green pastures – a uniquely captivating view.


Room .62

In the former train timetables, line 62 was the connection between Ostend and Torhout.

Room highlight: the free-standing bathtub!

Two wall-length windows offer an unobstructed view of the panoramic landscape. The room offers direct access to the garden, where the hammocks invitingly swing in the wind, inviting you to enjoy nature in all peacefulness.


Room .63

The route Torhout-Armentières was the second half of the connection from Ostend-Armentières and was known at that time as line 63.

Room highlight: waking up to a garden view!

Two wall-length windows bring the encircling greenery from Spoor.62 to the forefront. Room .63 also has direct access to the garden.

You will discover an exquisite accomodation
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