Narrow down the 78 results:
We have a range of budget places to stay in Bruges from as low as £13 per night
Based on previous Bruges accommodation searches, the average starting price is £81
Want to splurge? At the top end in Bruges, we have 16 places to stay with prices starting at £113
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bruges is £81 per night.
Stationsstraat 119 8490 JABBEKE BrugesOutstanding 97%
chakayek Everything was literally LOVELY and really far than my previous optimistic imagination. The room was beautiful, well decorated with comfortable bed and huge windows to the nature. Everything was very clean. Owners are kind and friendly. All the time they were ready to help us if we needed something. However the place is far from the bus station, but it was not a problem for us because they brought us there and picked up when we came back to Jabbeke; I loved that because we could have a little chat with them. Also, we had a longer chat with them and their lazy cat :) in their beautiful garden. The breakfast was delicious and romantic. During our stay and at the goodbye time, we were feeling that they are our uncle and aunt and not a B&B's owners. We will miss the place and them. I think although Bugge is a small city and I visited it in 3 days and there are a lot of other cities that I haven't visited, but in non so far future, I'll make an excuse for have another trip to Jabbeke and B&B Ter Brugge. Chista(Chakayek) & Masoud
Groeninge 4Outstanding 100%
trav_butler The two owners don't seem to communicate very well and although we were greeted with a friendly and helpful introduction there was no breakfast and when we checked out we were asked to pay double what we owed. This was cleared up pretty quickly with our confirmation sheet and we did get a spacious clean room for the night but not the warm cosy feeling you usually get with a B&B. Location is a little misleading as the main sites are more like 20mins walk than 10mins away but it is in a quiet neighbourhood which is nice.
rufus_mac A stunning contempary building within easy walking distance of Brugge centre. The landlady, Therese, was very friendly, helpful, and attentive. Our room had it's own private balcony, and there was also a communal sitting area with a seperate balcony. You can help yourself to tea and coffee throughout the day, and can also store your own food in the communal fridge, and use the cooking facilities. Seems more like a small hotel than a B&B. Overall, an outstanding level of service and accommodation. Would definately stay there again if returning to Brugge.
Create your own travel plan including Bruges as one of your stops. You can use it to store all your research (even hotels found on other websites!)
Do you have questions about Bruges? You might try asking in our active travel forums and see if anyone else has been there.
Keep your family and friends up to date with your trip by starting your own travel blog!