See why so many travelers make Nuit Blanche their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Bruges. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Bruges, Nuit Blanche is located a short distance from St Bonifacius Bridge (0.0 mi) and Beguinage (Begijnhof) (0.2 mi).
Rooms at Nuit Blanche provide a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a fireplace, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Nuit Blanche offers free breakfast, which will help make your Bruges trip additionally gratifying.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Bocca, Sale e Pepe, and Carlito's Restaurant, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Should time allow, Historic Centre of Brugge, Belfort, and The Markt are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
At Nuit Blanche, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Bruges.
This is, without a doubt, the most beautiful hotel I've ever stayed in. If you want to make someone feel like a snow queen (and I did), then book this for at least one night. It's a secret, medieval bridge and garden that no-one else will experience and that the city around you can't see. David is the best host for the experience, and his breakfasts are as much artworks of his own expression as the surrealist art he paints and hangs on the walls. He's also a patient source of information, who can set you up for a whole day's itinerary. We'd definitely stay here again, but a couple of things to note. First if you're coming by car, there's no reserved parking on the street outside. Your options are to unload bags outside and then either to hope you'll be lucky with a space further along the street, or to take a short drive to the underground car park on Katelijnenstraat and park overnight for a reasonable price. Secondly, David doesn't stay onsite so there's no overnight concierge. This isn't much of a problem except that the night we stayed one of the plugs in our room failed and caused a power cut. David was amazing about it - he raced straight to us from a dinner in Aalst - but it is worth noting that for any unexpected occurrence there won't be anyone immediately available.…
David was an amazing host, he sat down with us and showed us some of the best places to visit, where to go for a walk etc... The breakfasts were really nice and set us up for the day. As for the place itself, I don't think you could ask for a better location and the views are beautiful.
We had a great time in the guest house nuit blanche! The room was gorgeous with a beautiful chimney and an amazing view. The host was very friendly and kind, the room had a small fridge with water and bear from the region, the breakfast was delicious!
So if you love bruges. And you want the most beautiful experience in hotel and hosts then this is the place you have to stay! The room was perfect. It has a king size bed. Huge original fireplace. And original 15th century stained glass not to mention the fact that the windows on which the 15th century stained glass is on opens upto the Church of our lady. The huge and luxurious tiled bath is fantastic. Now. To david the host. The most beautiful souled man you will meet. Helpful, interesting, full of information and not to mention one of the best artists I have ever met. He will help you in anyway possible with a smile on his face always. And if you love food also David has this covered with not only the most wonderful big and tasty breakfast it's in his open studio surrounded by his incredible paintings. I have to mention that all David's bathrobes and towels smell amazing, odd to add yes but you will find out when you have arrived I really can't stress enough if you come to bruges if you stay anywhere else you will regret it. I have been many times and this is by far the best place I have stayed made so so much better by having David as a host. Thank you David hopefully see you soon.…
The location is wonderful, and the age of the building adds to the rather special atmosphere. Our windows were from the 15th century. The kids' room was a little spooky, and down some tricky steps, so we just brought the mattresses from there into our room, no problem. A rather wonderful treat was the pull-down screen in our room, which meant an indoor cinema experience. Bring your own DVDs maybe if you have kids, as there is only one. Breakfast was a bit much - both in terms of quantity and flavour, for us. However, it was beautifully presented and tasted great - I just struggled with such rich food at such an early hour.The art in the building is David's own - very intricate and hugely talented, but quite 'dark'. Interesting for the children, ahem! Very friendly people work here and there is a gorgeous cat. A place to remember. Very glad we stayed.…
Probably one of the best locations, right in the heart of the medieval part of the town. Authentic medieval house , only steps aways from Gruuthuse Museum, Groeninge Museum, St Janshospital, the Our Lady Church, etc... The host, David is an artist who's painting style is as warm as his personality. He transforms every breakfast in an artistic experience, taking into account your specific needs/preferences. The wifi is excellent. The area is totally quiet and ensures restful nights. One point of attention : the lighting in the bathroom works only partly, and some of the power sockets in the room need repair too. As this is a truly old charming house, the steep small stairs could prove difficult if you have a limited mobility.
Our family recently stayed at Nuit Blanche. A charming authentic medieval bed and breakfast. We stayed in a beautiful room with a 16th century stained glass window overlooking a garden, Lovers bridge, and the cathedral. The location is excellent and the area is quiet. Our host David De Graffe prepared a scrumptious breakfast. If you come with your kids, instead of a TV there is a projector and in the corner there is a basket of DVDs (for example The Hunchback of Notre Dame!) for a good old fashioned movie night if your staying for more than one night! The paintings were very interesting. Overall it was a unique experience!
Artist and host David De Graef is an amazing human being. He greeted my wife and I with open arms, walked us through the city map after giving us a tour of his 15th century property overlooking a garden and canal, and every morning had the most delicious breakfast waiting for us. His cat, Noel, was also a gracious host! The city was a blast to explore, with museums and restaurants all within walking distance. If you’d like to explore the city’s windmills, it’s a bit more of a hike, but for my wife and I, “if you’ve seen 1 windmill, you’ve seen them all”. I think it deserves repeating, David was phenomenal and my wife and I would not hesitate booking again. If you’re a fan of art and history and architecture, there’s no better place to experience a step back in time.
WOW. This place was absolutely incredible. We wish we had more time to spend in this lovely place. David is amazing, telling you all the places to go. The room was fantastic and the breakfast delicious. It really is a dream to stay here.
This medieval-style BnB is simply wonderful and located in a perfect spot. David is the best host you could ever meet. He is a talented artist who welcomes the guests with a lot of enthusiasm, kindness and great suggestions for their adventures. We had a peaceful night in a beautiful and large room with an amazing view of The Church of Our Lady and woke up rested for a magnificent breakfast worthy of 5 stars. It was a unique experience! And there was a bonus: David's lovely cat! Thank you, David, for sharing your home with us!