Nuit BlancheClassified Middle Ages B&B
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Holiable's review of Nuit Blanche
This medieval house is in the heart of Bruges.
It is easily accessible by foot from one of the city's many car parks. The station is about fifteen minutes away by foot, passing through the beguinage park.
With its view over the back of the church of Our Lady of Bruges, it’s garden bordered by the canal; this charming guest room promises you a timeless night in a listed building.
Do you know the "bridge of love"? The back of the house opens directly to it giving you direct access to the Notre Dame Church Park.
Advantage: the area closes to visitors at night, and there you will feel completely privileged
A jump back in time
If you are fond of monuments with a history, the B&B Nuit Blanche will transport you for a night in medieval times.
This small two-bedroom residence is charming and is a medieval house from the 15th century, where famous people such as Winston Churchill and the Belgian Royal Couple were guests.
The view on the Notre Dame church and its park, the direct access to the love bridge and the Gruuthuse palace, will make you feel privileged, especially when the tourists leave at night.
The history of the building is intact, and you will discover rooms with preserved authenticity and decorated with simplicity.
Lovers of medieval gardens will enjoy a moment of relaxation in the enclosed garden of the residence.
The owner of the premises, a painter, opens his studio located on the ground floor to visitors during the day.
The homemade three-course breakfast (hearty) honours seasonal products.
Nuit Blanche is a beautiful, authentic and preserved residence where you can escape after a visit to the lively historic centre of Bruges.
To spend a night in this listed monument is to immerse yourself in history. A must for fans of culture and heritage
Recommended for: cultural tourism, heritage and classified monuments
Our tip: this old residence is not accessible to people with reduced mobilityHoliable Review Based on our visit in: June 2018