I am looking for recommendations for Bed and Breakfasts in Bruge, Belgium Thanks.
We've had good luck for our accommodation searches by using booking.com. Their filters, ratings, and map features will help narrow your search down quickly according to your own particular preferences. Once you've settled on a likely candidate it's worth checking to see whether the individual property has it's own website - we've found at times that not all of the rooms show up on the booking.com website, and there are sometimes perks available if booking directly that make it worthwhile to do so. It's sometimes cheaper too.
Do pay close attention to the cancellation policies whichever booking engine you settle on to ensure that you don't commit yourself to something with a strict "no refund" policy.
Finally, you'll likely get more responses to your inquiry if you repost this under the Belgium category in the Destination Q&A section.
Thank you. As part of my trip, I want to travel to Normandy from Bruge. Should ask about means of travel and where to stay in Normandy in Destination Q&A?
I think so. The Destination Q&A section typically sees a lot more traffic than the others, so there's a better chance that you'll get more responses over there.
Suggest that you try to narrow down your inquiries to specific questions, even if you have to publish them under seperate categories ... ie in the France section for questions about Normandy and maybe General Europe for your questions about transportation between countries or regions. There is a Transportation section under "Tips and Trip Reports" but questions tend to get buried there. Better (I think) to post in Destination Q&A.
Edited to add: you might also consider publishing something in your profile, even if it's only to state where you're from. Can help a lot when people try to respond to your questions if they know a little about you ... your degree of travel experience, individual interests, etc.
Here's a nice place in Bruges, on the third floor. The hostess owns the building, and runs (or perhaps ran--not sure of the lockdown status there) a restaurant on the first floor.
This is what I posted 2 years ago! -
Just returned from our trip to several countries, one being Belgium and of course we went to Brugge. Just wanted to share and say thanks to the person who recommended BnB Huis Konig . What a beautiful place, located right on a lovely canal with a small courtyard for a welcoming cold drink. The rooms are spacious and the bathrooms are decorated lovely. Breakfast was delicious, with fresh fruit, hot breads, homemade pastries and eggs made to order. Just the right distance from all the busy square noise with several good restaurants close and a laundromat right on the corner - bonus when you have been away for several months. Highly recommend this B and B.
We stayed at a wonderful B & B in Bruges a few years ago. .
The house is converted from two side by side historic homes and backs out to a peaceful canal.
Great location in the old town. We walked everywhere. Charming hosts and good breakfast.
We had a wonderful stay at the Hotel Bonifacious BnB in Bruges two years ago and can’t wait to go back! Clean room with a view of the church lit up at night. Great location about 15 min walk from the train station. The breakfast was amazing and your table was right by the canal in this 16th century building.
Here is the link: https://www.bonifacius.be/en/home