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A Restored Traditional Flemish House with Great Warmth and Hospitality. Welcome to Andre's Bed and Breakfast...

Ideal to stay for more then one night as there are ample opportunities to roam outside Bruges: the North Sea coast at 15 km, In Flanders Fields in Ypres and other historical places such as Ghent, Kortrijk and Brussels.

Situated in the green area around Bruges: in the vicinity are great parks (Tillegem, Beisbroek, Zevenkerke) to take a walk.

For those who come by car, there are free parking facilities in front of the house.

Families with little children are very welcome : the B&B has all the necessary facilities such as a baby bed (free of charge), a baby chair, all sorts of toys, so that the little ones can unwind and relax before they go to sleep.

Their parents, after a long day of walking, can also relax in the living room, watching TV or listening to the radio and taste one of the available Belgian beers!

There is no minimum stay and you can check in any time before 6 pm (do mention the check in time in your reservation).

Breakfast can be taken between 8 and 10 am and rooms have to be cleared before 11 am.

Accommodation Information

We have three enjoyable rooms: 2 double rooms and 1 large family room. Each room has a washstand with cold and hot water. The bathroom at the first floor has a shower and a toilet. There's also a toilet on the ground floor.

Safari: Double room for two people

Washing facilities

Colonial decoration

Tranquility: Double room for two people

Washing facilities

Relaxing cool decoration

Lilac: Large room for three people

Washing facilities

Simple decoration with traditional fittings

Location Information

By train: Andre will pick you up from the station to take you to the B&B, if you let him know the exact time of your arrival in Bruges station. If this is not possible, you can take the bus nr 25 - bus station in front of the train station - and ask the driver to let you off at the stop called VOGELZANG; when you get off the bus , you take the nearest street at the same side as the busstop and you come on the Torhoutsteenweg; at the corner you take right, pass along a flowershop called Ter Blomme and the Velodroomstraat (street of the B&B) is 50 m further the first street at your right - The B&B is at nr 126 50 m further in the street.

By Car: When you come by car, Andre will send you the route description (see also the map).


Important Information





Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.

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Excellent 91%

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

It is a good relatively cheap option to stay in Bruges. The pros, owner´s excellent service and good breakfast, comfortable bed and lower price. The cons, small bedroom, only one shower to share for three bedrooms which is not enough in the mornings, and it is quite far away from the center which is not a problem if you have a car, but if don´t then location is not very convenient.


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Hotel Amenities

  • 24 hour hot showers
  • Car Parking
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • No Curfew


  • Breakfast – FREE
  • Linen – FREE
  • Towel – FREE

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