Bruges and Breakfast Koningin Elisabethlaan 56 8000 Brügge +32(0)50 33 14 81
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Bruges and Breakfast – Brügge


“Bruges and Breakfast” gibt es ein appetitliches Frühstück, wunderschöne Zimmer,wifi und einen relaxing massage.


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Die Innenarchitektur wurde völlig im ‘Zen-Stil’ entwurfen.
Es ist dem Innenarchitekt gelungen um die Einfachkeit und den Lebensstil der Bewohner im Interieur sehen zu lassen.

Die Zimmer ist mit dem modernsten Komfort ausgerüstet: Fernsehen, Internet und ist geschmackvoll und bequem ausgestattet. Die Gäste haben ihren eigenen Schlüssel , der Zutritt gibt zur zentralen Tür und zu ihrem Zimmer. Deshalb sind die Gäste frei und können sie kommen und gehen wenn sie wollen.

Die Suite

Die Suite ist ein harmonisches Ganzes von 2 Zimmer mit einem privaten eigenen Badezimmer. In der Suite gibt es Schlafgelegenheit für 4 Personen. Im Suitezimmer gibt es ein exzellentes Bett für zwei Personen. Im Nebenzimmer gibt es ein Etagenbett für 2 Erwachsene oder 2 Kinder. Im Badezimmer gibt es ein Liegebad, eine Dusche und ein Waschbecken. Sie verfügen über eine separate Toilette.

Das Frühstück ist sehr appetitlich. Es gibt herrliche Brötchen, Croissants, Marmalade, Belgische Schokolade, Käse, Schinken, Joghurt, Kaffee, Tee, Milch, Saft und frisches Obst.


Die Suite

Für 2 Personen
Für 3 Personen
Für 4 Personen € 75,- / Tag
€ 95,- / Tag
€ 110,-/Tag

Frühstück, Bettücher inklusive

gerne 2 nachte

*: Die Preise sind Richtpreise und haben sich inzwischen vielleicht geändert. Besuchen Sie bitte die Webseite dieser Unterkunft für die neusten Preise.

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Mevrouw Krista Viaene
Koningin Elisabethlaan 56
8000 Brügge


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Aufenthalts: November 2011

Geschrieben am 22 November 2011 von A.G. (Paar, Alter 26-34)

Bruges and Breakfast

We chose this b&b for a romantic night in Bruges because the presentation on the website was lovely and it inspired relaxation and comfort. However we had neither of those. First of all we were charged 20 euros extra for staying one night (they let us know about this before booking so it wasn't too bad). Secondly we realised that we weren't given a room key so this made it feel like we were guests in someone's house which was a bit weird. The location is close to the old centre but being on a heavy traffic street it was quite noisy (earplugs were provided for this matter). The wardrobe is in the small room but when we were there it was full of clothing and objects presumably belonging to the owners which added to the feel of being guests in someone's house. No luggage so it wasn't a problem but if we wanted a longer stay it might have been tricky. The main room is big with a very nice bed and tastefuly decorated, the bathroom as well. The toilet however was in a separate room with no heating and with only a sheet of glass on the ceiling separating it from the outside so using it in winter consisted in a very unpleasant experience. The heating was a problem in itself which we discovered when coming back from the centre at midnight and discovered the radiators were completely cold. When complaining about it we were told that this is not an appropriate hour to disturb them (they were asleep) and that the heating is turned off at 10 pm so we should comply with the rules of the house. Considering the outside temperature was a little over 0 you can imagine how cold it was so an extra blanket wouldn't have solved the problem. Getting out of the shower was an adventure as well with body towels the size of face towels. When getting annoyed about this and after a second attempt at solving the problem we were told to be quiet as the children were sleeping upstairs and even suggested that we go find a hotel if we don't like it. Apparently we were being absurd and the owner said he wouldn't turn the heating on in the entire house just for us. Eventually he did it but the night was ruined and the whole argument exhausting. I don't know if this is a Belgium thing, if people turn off the heating at night to save money. However if you expect guests from all over the world to come stay with you and charge them at hotel rates either keep it on or have a separate circuit for that area of the house.
We didn't stay for breakfast in the morning but from the looks of it, it was pretty bland and definitely not as big as advertised on their website: just jam, butter, tea or coffee, no croissants, eggs and bacon, no milk, no fruit.
In conclusion, too many problems for the money we paid. It is a shame because the place looked really good. We would have been better off going to a hotel or any other b&b as I've generally had good experiences with them.