The B&B looks like your college apartment might have looked, if you had the money and time to fix it up the way you really wanted. It has books, comfortable furniture, artwork, and some whimsical features just thrown in because they seemed like a good idea at the time. This extends to the rooms, where the storage consists of wooden cubes hanging on the walls with rope.
The B&B is located on the south side of the railway tracts. This puts in on the opposite side from the city center. However, Kortrijk is a compact town. Nothing is a long distance away.
There is no elevator. The three rooms are arranged vertically, and so you might have to climb quite a few stairs if you are in the top one. Oliver will take care of your luggage. The rooms are labeled OYO, YOO, and OOY. We stayed in OOY, which is on the 2nd floor. It was plenty roomy to walk around in, although we could have used more space for our clothing. We had to unplug the kettle and the space heater to free up outlets to recharge our gadgets. This wasn’t a problem in September, but it may be in colder months. The plumbing fixtures and WiFi worked fine.
Breakfast is continental, with cheese, cold meats, rolls, croissants, and plenty of choice in spreads. The orange juice was still inside the oranges when we sat down, and the coffee was made fresh by the cup. The most impressive part of the breakfast is the elaborate goblet of mixed fruit. If you like, Oliver will boil an egg for you.
In short, this is a charming place to stay, and we had no complaints.