Our centrally located bed and breakfast serves as the ideal hub for exploring the enchanting historical cities of Ghent, Bruges, Brussels, and Lille. Choosing to stay with us ensures a comfortable retreat after each city excursion.

Our strategic location places us at the crossroads of the E17, offering convenient access to both Ghent and Kortrijk. Flanders boasts renowned hotspots like Bruges, Ghent, Brussels, Antwerp, and Ypres, with some guests exploring the beauty of Wallonia, including Dinant and Namur, before finding respite with us for a few days.

A mere 20-minute drive via the E17 brings you to the captivating city of Ghent. Take advantage of our parking tip at Sint-Michiels, providing immediate access to the historic center with a breathtaking 360° view of medieval Ghent. The Three Towers of Ghent – St Nicholas’ Church, Ghent’s Belfry, and St Bavo’s Cathedral – create an iconic skyline, making it a haven for history enthusiasts.

Venturing from Ghent to the idyllic Bruges, a personal favorite, promises a journey through time with countless treasures. The Blood Chapel and ‘l’art du thé’ are must-visit spots, leading to the Market Square and the serene Minnewater. A peaceful dinner at ‘t Fraeyhuis or Maximiliaan Van Oostenrijk, or a coffee break at Hotel Orangerie, is a delightful 50-minute drive from our B&B.

For a day in Brussels, an hour’s drive takes you to the Grand Place. The Museum of Fine Arts, coupled with a coffee and pastry at the museum’s restaurant, is a cherished experience. The Grand Place’s charm invites leisurely strolls, making it an appealing destination.

For a touch of French elegance, Lille is a mere 45-minute drive away. The historic city center, adorned with gems like patisserie Méert, offers a delightful experience. Méert’s stuffed wafers and other Lille specialties showcase the culinary richness of the region. Lille, once part of Flanders, resonates with its Franco-Flemish roots, evident in the old town’s street signs.

We hope to welcome you soon to our bed and breakfast!

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