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Reviewed 12 August 2011

This B&B is situated near the windmills and one of the old city gates for the town of Bruges. It is on a quiet residential street. There were three rooms available in the house. We had the "Orchid" room. The bedroom was large, with a fireplace mantel, a settee, a table and a desk. There was a separate bathroom and a little open closet. The mantel held a fresh orchid, and there were fresh flowers on the bathroom shelf. It was all very tastefully decorated. Just down a short hallway was a small kitchen with two small tables w/chairs, small refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, dishes, and breakfast food. A glass door leads from the kitchen outside to a lovely rooftop terrace with more little tables and chairs. From the terrace is a view of the towers of Bruges, and below is a lovely garden. It was like having our own little apartment. Downstairs there is also a sitting room for guests, and there is free wi-fi throughout the house.There was no parking on the street, but our hostess, Corinne, showed us where we could park our car outside the city walls for free -- only a 5-minute walk away. It was very safe and convenient. A bonus to this B&B was having bicycles to ride for free. Corinne keeps 6 bicycles in working order for her guests. It was a great way to see Bruges. There is a good bakery close by as well as good restaurants within walking distance. Corinne is a wonderful hostess, making suggestions for restaurants, day trips from Bruges, etc. All in all, this was one of the nicest B&Bs we have stayed in. We would definitely stay there again.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 May 2011

We went just before Christmas when all the business with the snow and eurostar trouble was kicking off - all that aside, we could not have picked a better place to stay. The lady who owns the guesthouse, Corine, was extremely helpful, friendly and we could not fault our room. We had originally wanted Vanilla, as it looks out on to the spires of Bruges Markt, but the Orchid room was gorgeous, bigger, and decorated tastefully and elegantly. It smelled fantastic, as she had been burning natural oils and it really set the mood for how beautiful the house was. Bruges was so romantic in all the snow, and to walk back and see the bicycles outside and the fairylights around the windows made it so magical and Christmassy! We had the fantastic balance of being left to do our own thing but with her reassurances that we could come to her for anything - directions, recommendations for restaurants.... All in all, I would say it was a wonderful place to stay away from all the touristy hotels of the centre. It was below freezing when we stayed and we were more than warm enough. Please don't walk away from this wonderful Guesthouse - 10/10.

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 February 2011

Stayed here many times and keep coming back. Appreciate the hands-off approach and being left alone. Not the standard treatment in most B&Bs, but we like it a lot.
Rooms are comfy, airy and sleeping comfort is great.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 14 January 2011

We were a group of 50-ish blokes on our annual catch-up/get together trip and although RWAV is not a hotel, it was quite special. We had 3 rooms and were the only peope there so we had free run of the house which could not be faulted. The self catering aspect with essential groceries was fantastic and the owner could not have been more helpful when we explained that we would like to go to Ypres, the following morning she had left full details of trains/buses whilst we went to a local bar.
I have stayed in other Grugge hotels, but this is in sych a quiet part, it is well worth considering. And that is even before trying the bikes which are available for your use. The first misty morning, peddaling the quiet streets passing the windmills looking for a bakery was quite magical!
RWAV was simply quite special and unique.

  • Stayed: February 2010, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 14 January 2011

Me and my friends stayed at A Room With a View for a week around New Year and it was great! The house is very nice - old style 3-storey house on a quiet Bruges street close to the ring around old city. Rooms are quite comfortable with everything a bunch of friends need, simple wooden interiors are just what we were looking for (especially the "Santal" loft). It is better to rent the whole house for a group of 5-6 people, you have your own kitchenette and no one bothers you etc. Although it was our first experience with Bruges, I wouldn't say I'll ever try to find another place to stay there. Old city is very small, so it still takes no more than 10 minutes walk to the city centre and approximately 3 minutes on bike :-) (the bikes are free for the guests and it was awesome experience to hit the city streets in the night!) Do not believe those saying that Bruges is for old-agers - sure it has quiet corners, but it has the pumping all-night bars too :-) It is a nice place to stay while sightseeing the surrounding places - Gent, Brussels, Antwerpen an so on.
Corine, the manager, was very helpful, she told us many things about Bruges and what to do there and where to eat and what to look around.

In other words - "a must rent" in Brugge :-)

Stayed: January 2011, travelled with friends
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