B&B Huyze die Maene
Markt 17, 8000 Bruges, Belgium.
Exlusive B&B Huyze die Maene is situated in the middle of the city center and a perfect start for sightseeing in Bruges. The exlusive private b&b Huyze die Maene, in the Middle Ages a stately stay for high-up guests of the city during tournaments on the Market Square. Now a refined Bistro-Brasserie where in a wonderful environment you can taste the wealth of life. This historical house, first used in 1302 under the name 'lostel a le lune' was frequently rented in the 14th and 15th century to the city of Bruges for feasts to accommodate princes and ambassadors. The façade is changed in 1947 to a neo-Gothic stairfront where Jean-Dante De Loof in 1987 started a gastronomic Restaurant on the first floor. In 1997 the restaurant moved to the ground floor to start ‘Huyze die Maene’ and its exclusive guests rooms. The guest rooms are spacious and very elegant. They are accessible by elevator or stairs and offer the highest standards of comfort: remote control television offering most European Channels, safe, granite bathrooms, hairdryer, make-up mirror, bathrobes,etc…In the morning, a continental breakfast is served. We do hope, while staying at Huyze die Maene, you’ll be impressed by the beauty and magic of medieval Bruges.
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Internet is available (extra charge).
Near trainstation, Centre, Museum Area, Near the historic centre, Near shopping centre.
More than 14 days before arrival : no cancellation costs.
Less than 14 days and more than 7 day(s) before arrival: 1 night will be charged.
Less than 7 day(s) before arrival : 2 nights will be charged.
When the reservation has not been used and no cancellation has been made at the hotel: the first 2 nights will be charged.
For older children and adults 70.00 € for each additional bed is charged.
Babybeds: 30.00 € for each additional babybed.
Pets are not allowed.
Visa, Diners Club, Mastercard, American Express.
The Bistro-Brasserie has featured in the Michelin, Gault Millau, Henry and Lemaire guides for the past 20 years. The Brasserie is open between 9.00 and 22.00. The breakfast is served between 9.00 and 11.30. Closed on Tuesdays. Annual holiday: February.
The historic centre of Bruges became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. As such, cultural interest is found throughout the city, especially due it's vast amount of original gothic architecture. It's attractions include: the 13th Century Belfort, housing a municipal Carillion comprising 47 bells. The city still employs a full-time bell ringer, who puts on regular free concerts. Other famous buildings include the Beguinage, the Heilig Bloed Basiliek (the Basilica of the Holy Blood), the modern Concert Hall and the St-John Hospital.