This is a terrace house on three floors done up to be a B&B. The two rooms are on the first and second floors and our's, on the first, was very nice. On the ground floor, the front door opens onto a passage with on the left a room for the owner's DTP business and on the right the house next door, where the owner lives.
The passage then leads through to first the kitchen which gives onto the bathroom. This layout is most unfortunate since it means that you may be having breakfast listening to someone having a crap on the other side of the not-so-thick bathroom door, and, since there is no water supply to the kitchen, in order to get water you need to go into the bathroom. We can't help thinking that it would have been more intelligent to put the breakfast room where the studio is and leave the back of the house for smelly stuff.
There is in addition a structural problem with the plumbing, so that on arrival the whole house smelt strongly of sewage--and my sense of smell in particular is not acute. The smell comes from the ground floor and in particular from the kitchen. We managed to alleviate the problem somewhat in our bedroom by leaving the window open all day, but there is no ventilation in the kitchen (skylight doesn't open, no windows) and only a small, non-mechanical vent in the bathroom (no window). Breakfasts were most unpleasant.
We told the owner that it stank. At first she said, "What smell?" but then agreed that it was a problem and that the pipes under the floor would have to be dug up after the summer season. Unless one summer was more important to her than her long-term reputation, it is unclear to us why this problem wasn't a priority and why it was not made known to clients in advance.
The distances to locations in Ghent given on the website are grossly inaccurate--reckon 45min walk to the centre.