This charming small hotel is a trim white house by a canal, just out of the very busy tourist area, ten minutes walk from the market square. It is well run by its friendly owners.
The Hotel de Orangerie, a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group, is up there with the best of them when it comes to hotels in Bruges.
‘Unpretentious, spotless, good value’, Nathalie Standaert’s B&B hotel consists of four gabled houses on a corner by a canal bridge.
A ‘quiet, tasteful’ B&B just four minutes’ walk from the Markt. It is liked for its reasonable prices and ‘the kindness of the owners’.
Liked for its good value and its quiet location, on one of the city’s prettiest canals, this red brick 15th-century merchant’s house is just five minutes’ walk from the town square.
This stylish hotel, a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, is set in an 18th century former carriage house and it retains much period detail, such as a wood-panelled lounge, wood floors, antique furniture and objets d’art.
By the Groeninge museum, 50m from Market Square, Alana Boonen’s luxurious little B&B hotel is a 15th-century mansion on one of Bruges’s main canals.
‘Our favourite Bruges hotel,’ says a regular visitor after ‘another comfortable stay’ at this B&B, run by Thierry Florial.
The exterior of this family-run hotel – which consists of two gabled and half-timbered buildings – is just as picturesque as the location, on the much-photographed Rozenhoedkaai canal, just three minutes’ walk from Market Place in the heart of Bruges.