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Reviewed 8 January 2013

The location of this place is just great with all the attractions and eating places in nearby walking distance. We just faced some problems to get there as some streets in the centre of the city were blocked on Saturday afternoon. So, it took us an additional 1 hour to finally get there. A short hint in advance might have been helpful. The service by Chris is very nice. She responded timely to all of my issues that I sent to her by e-mail and also took very good care of all of us during our stay. The breakfast she prepared was great! The rooms were okay and the overall atmosphere was lovely. So, a definite recommendation to stay here.

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 2 January 2013

Our stay at Geerwijn B&B in Brugges was wonderful to say the least. First, Chris made the reservation process via the web painless. She also provided excellent recommendations on places to eat over Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The location is fantastic, literally 3 minutes walk to the center of the main square and bell tower. Though parking is a challenge, Chris provided easy directions to areas of free parking within a 10 minute walk. The guest house is a traditional Belgian row house in main Brugge, narrow and three floors high. The main floor has a wonderfully decorated sitting room and breakfast table (and her kitchen). Guests are free to use the room; and enjoy the provided sherry and port wines and Belgian chocolate treats that she provides. The main double guest rooms are nicely appointed, but because we had three adults we had the attic room at the very top of the building (two flights up) -- a room with sloping ceilings and walls, painted in crisp white paint on the wooden panels. If you are claustrophobic it might not suit you but it has its own charm that makes it memorable. The views out the windows looked across the street and across some of the tiled rooftops. Chris provides a very substantial breakfast with all the expected European treats -- brotchen, meats, cheeses, eggs, condiments and so on. Bottom line -- this B&B is highly recommended -- the location is perfect, Chris is wonderful and makes you very welcome, and the facilities are well above average.

Stayed: December 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 5 December 2012

Unfortunately I had food poisoning when I was in Bruges... Don't eat mussels from any old restaurant! Get reviews and recommendations. Anyway, I ended up spending a lot of time in my room and it was nice. I also spent a lot of time in the bathroom, and it's worth mentioning that you should be close with the person you're staying with, since there isn't a full bathroom door. It was a saloon-type swinging door that does not give you much coverage. We were on the top floor. There was a decent view out the back terrace. The house cat, "Zero," is nice (not allowed in the rooms though). Staff is helpful. Breakfast was great, though I wasn't eating much. Omelettes are cooked to order. Try their homemade yogurt. Bruges is a small city, if you want to call it a city, so the location for most places is great. Markt is nearby, Bellefort, Basilica of the Holy Blood. All the attractions are walking distance. The only things on the outskirts I wanted to see and didn't were the windmills. As with pretty much all European B&Bs, the stairs are very steep and there is no elevator.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 24 November 2012

Stayed here for 3 nights in Nov. Room = clean, twin beds, TV, wifi, sink and shower, cleaned daily, tea and coffee facilities, toilet private however outside of room - bathrobes provided for toilet access. Location = excellent, close enough to the heart of the city to walk everywhere however far enough away for a quiet sleep, supermarket, restaurants and bars walking distance. Short bus or cab ride to train station. Service = On arrival given complimentary port, map and eating/sightseeing recommendations. Breakfast is delicious and generous, Once breakfast is over, the hosts are not necessarily around for the rest of the day and the phone number isn't always answered which was annoying when we wanted to ask some questions. Cat "Zorro" is very sweet. I recommend this accommodation for trips to Bruges!

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Laura_DK
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Reviewed 5 November 2012

What a location!! A nice quiet street housing a wonderful B&B. I couldn't believe how close it was to the town center. Chris was great giving suggestions on restaurants and calling our taxi for us! The breakfast each morning was delightful and filling with fresh eggs, cheese and meats! The bed was so comfortable and the linens fine! We stayed out late each night, walking and enjoying the almost full moon. We stayed three nights and it wasn't enough time. If your in town on Wednesday, you have to buy your lunch at the Market and check out all the fresh produce including cheese and meats!!

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank jamie50
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