Bed & Breakfast
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Enjoy a romantic stay at Bariseele Suites in historic Bruges
We are looking forward to welcome you in our spacious rooms with romantic ambience and the amenities of a comfortable and luxury B&B with care for the environment.
All suites have a kitchenette, a private bathroom and the possibility for an offered breakfast in the room and with free Wi-Fi coverage in the whole building. For your convenience, private parking is available and the cozy hotel salon is open to enjoy a Bruges beer.
Adult only B&B with 3 suites all en suite with private bathroom and full comfort.
Breakfast made of local products and chocolate. Central and quiet location. Walking distance to all sights. Secured garage for (motor)bikes.
A private entrance will lead you towards the suites.
The B&B was the first in Bruges to Receive the ecological label 'Green Key'
Good to know
B&B Bariseele is located next to the 14th century St. Gillis Church
in the historical center, only 150m away from the Grand Canal Lange Rei
7 minutes to the Chocolate Museum
10 minutes to the Market Square
Old Town bridge
Free daily breakfast
Quiet area and silenced hours
“Benny and Paul were very welcoming, the accommodation was excellent, with hallway, monsoon shower, and all mod cons as listed on the website. The breakfasts were superb and set us up for the day. We stayed in the room on the first floor with views of the church and quaint streets. Highly recommended.”
Bariseele is wonderful, and Benny is even more so! I cannot recommend this place enough! Clean, well-appointed, luxurious, convenient, with fantastic breakfasts, and advice on what to do/see & where to eat from a Bruges local. Oh, and Bikes for rent! A+! We stayed on the top floor (Room with a view), and even though Bruges was in a heat wave at the time (90 degrees F!), we still stayed comfortable without AC due to the great cross-ventilation with screens (very important, as there were mosquitoes).