Bed & Breakfast 't Sevencoote Brugge

Bossuytlaan 28, Brugge, West Flanders, 8310, Belgium | B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBed & Breakfast 't Sevencoote Brugge

Reviewed by jklezok

Awesome B&B, close to city center

Reviewed Jun 12, 2014
by (25 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

This is an awesome place to stay. This is actually a couples home that they rent out two of the rooms. They have a beautiful backyard with a heated pool. It is very close to the city center and makes for a wonderful place to stay. The owners are the nicest people we have met and have all the information you need for a great stay. The beds are very comfortable, the breakfasts are varied and have a wide selection. Jurgen even makes his own jams! They make you feel very comfortable while your here.

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