The holiday flat consists of three floors. There is the hall with some steps down to the basement where one can find a washer and a dryer. The main staircase in natural stone leads up to the appartment itself. Opening the door will make you discover a room where you can enjoy eating,cooking and relaxing under an original beamed ceiling from the 1600's.
The forged iron spiral staircase that has some Art Nouveau touch to it, gives a refined and sparkling effect at the same time. The well equipped open kitchen that looks upon the dining area gives people a chance to stay "tuned". A separate space behind the kitchen has a refreshing corner with a shower a.o. The spiral staircase brings you to the second floor, under the saddle roof with apparent oak beams. The main bedroom with double bed gives all away of the mighty saddle roof structure. The dressing room leads up to a mezzanine where a japanese style bedroom awaits you. Then there is of course the bathroom, all in antiquisized marble tiles. A nice terrace gives the opportunity to enjoy one of the many belgian beers and you can even see a glimp of one of Bruges nicest small churches (Saint-Anna). The house can receive 2 to 4 guests. On request it is even possible to accomodate 6 people,but this takes away a bit of the comfort and privacy of the residents. On simple request we can rent a garage within 10m from the house.