If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in West-Terschelling, look no further than Hotel Bornholm.
Hotel Bornholm is a romantic hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy a sauna and a lounge, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting West-Terschelling. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out El mundo, one of the Spanish restaurants that can be found in West-Terschelling, which is a short distance from Hotel Bornholm.
Best of all, Hotel Bornholm makes it easy to experience some great West-Terschelling attractions like Centrum voor Natuur en Landschap, which is a popular natural history museum.
The staff at Hotel Bornholm looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Stayed 2nd weekend in May. Staff very helpful and friendly, and room spacious and comfortable. However a bit pricey as wellness is closed, and dinner inflexible only served at 6.30pm, to your room....and not of a good standard. Breakfast is good, and plentiful and lots of parking.
The hotel was very comfortable & the staff friendly & helpful (all spoke English) and the town of West Terschelling was a 25 minute walk, an 8 minute bike ride or there is a bus stop close by. There are some extra facilities such as a solarium, gym area which we didn’t use. Breakfast was the usual continental but plentiful, although unchanging each morning, which gets a bit boring. We had a “comfort room” which was roomy with comfy chairs, was nicely decorated & had a small balcony, which overlooked the main road of the island so was noisy if the balcony door was open. The bathroom was modern & spacious with a bath & walk-in shower but was lit with appalling low lighting which, for anyone over the age of 40, is not good news nor was there a magnifying mirror or maybe I just didn’t see it as it was so damn dark in there! The bed was once again twin beds pushed together, which seems to be a thing these days, but the unending gap that appears during the night was exceedingly annoying. I understand the reason for beds that can be interchangeable but attach the darn mattresses so one of you doesn't keep disappearing into the space! There is a restaurant & bar available and we ate there as it was pouring with rain one evening but the food was mundane. The ambiance in the restaurant & bar however was relaxing & pleasant. Breakfast was plentiful, continental, but was exactly the same every day which gets a bit boring! The attention to Coronavirus rules was good other than the guests milling around the breakfast buffet each morning...maybe a one way system would be good?…
Our hotelroom was great, nice room, very clean, good bed, nice bath/shower, no complains at all. The breakfast was also great, even the room for the breakfast was very nice. It is just 2 km form the ferry.
I might not choose this hotel myself, but I can see its attraction to other people. It's only a short bicycle ride from the ferry, not far from the sea, and on a bus route. Moreover, it not only has hotel rooms, but also studios and even family apartments. I wouldn't let whoever designed the interiors touch my home, but you do get all you need, so it's a very practical choice. And to be fair, the apartments are actually quite comfortable. You might think twice about taking half board, though, because I noticed a rather extraordinary rule: you can only order dinner between 6.30 and 7 PM. Get there outside this narrow half hour window, bad luck. Other guests are welcome for dinner between 5 and 9 PM. Breakfast doesn't start until 8. It's continental, as it would be in the Netherlands. For continental it's actually quite good, although I still would have liked something hot, even if it had just been an egg. Now we get to what should have been the good part. The hotel has a wellness (spa) department in the main building with saunas, a steam room, foot baths, etc. I remembered this from my stay here last year, and enjoyed using it a lot, so I was hoping I'd get some time to make use of it this time as well. And then it looked like I could - I had the last evening completely to myself. I went to ask about using the spa at 6 PM, looking forward to a relaxing evening, only to be told 'it has already been turned off, and once it's turned off, we don't turn it on again - new policy'. "Not even for a guest who pays you for using it". "No." Well, that's very guest-friendly. Not!! It reminded me of Eastern Europe, where a hotel I was staying at also closed its spa at the end of the afternoon, so that guests who had been out all day and wanted to relax in the spa couldn' t use it. I've never seen this strange kind of policy in a Western European hotel, and I hope I never will again. And I certainly wasn't expecting it here. I checked, and found that other hotels on the island of Terschelling also have a wellness department, and if I were to choose a hotel myself, this would definitely make me take a good look at the competition.…
Hotel Bornholm is a modern and simplistic hotel. We stayed in a suite which was huge (including the bathroom). We had a view of the sea from our room - albeit in the distance. At the back of the hotel there are trees in case you want a different view. Despite the main road at the front of the hotel it was not noisy even with the window open during the night. Breakfast was great - lots of choice. We did not eat in the hotel in the evening as there was only a set menu available and we did not like the choices - that for us was the only drawback, however West Terschelling is only a 10 minute bike ride away (even with a strong headwind!) You can hire bikes from the hotel and they are good. Allow 30 minutes for the walk to the ferry in West Terschelling. All hotel employees were friendly and attentive.…