Bed and Breakfast Lut and Bruno Setola
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This is THE place to stay
Aside from being central in an enchanting city, this place is clean, comfortable, and run by two of the best hosts on the planet. They are really, really good at what they do, and take pride in their small three room place. We had a group that filled all the beds, and Lut showed up every morning with a wonderful breakfast on a beautiful table. The beds were very comfy, the bath large and the place was arty and interesting. I can't imagine how they could have made us fill more welcome, they offered help on everything we needed. I wish every city had Lut and Bruno and a place like theirs.
Words cannot describe how great this place is!
I don't really want to recommend this place, only becasue its bound to get booked up and I wont be able to get a room there myself again! As long as you're reasonably fit (there are 2 flights of stars to get to the rooms) I think you'll be hard pressed to find anywhere better to stay in Bruges, regardless of the price. The fact thet B&B Setola is a fantastic bargain is just the icing on the cake! I read the other reviews here, and looked at the website, but netither really get across what a fantastic location and chic place to stay this is. We arrived by car, and parked in the very secure multi-storey carpark next to the trainstation- it cost around 10 euros for 4 or 5 days parking, including a free bus ticket to the centre, which in my opinion is very cheap. The B&B is a very short walk from the main square in Bruges (5minutes, max). It is on a nice quiet street, above the studio and apartment of the Setolas. The building is gorgeous- if you like art or architecture you'll love it. The decor is great and the facilities are very modern. The en-suites don't have bathtubs, but have the best showers I've been in! We stayed in the Orange room which had a mezzanine level built into the rafters with an extra bed, so it could accomodate up to 4 people (though 2 would have to be pretty flexible to get up the step ladder). The room had good modern furniture, a very good mattress on the bed, a pretty view over rooftops and a TV. The room was perfectly warm even though Bruges was freezing cold and snowy when we went. Lut is very friendly, keeps an excellent customer review book of local eateries, and makes very good breakfasts! On our last night we had booked a room at the Holiday Inn in town (it had a swimming pool and my boyfriend wanted to try it out). Despite being double the price of the Setola's B&B it was nowhere near as nice. For a taste of the real Bruges, and luxurious surroundings for a bargain price. this is the place to go (just dont tell everyone!!!)
My wife and I just stayed here for 2 days in March. It is a nice clean place with large bathrooms (with hair dryer). We had a large room, with a TV and windows looking out on the quiet street. The propreitor is friendly and very helpful. The only downside is that breakfast is availible immediatley outside the rooms. So, if another guest desires breakfast at 7 AM, (depending on your sleeping habits) they may wake you. The breakfast is good, and their is a refrigerator for your use and it has beers and soda bought on the honor system for a very cheap price. I recommend this place and it is close to everything.
Best thing about Bruges
After reading the reviews, I booked three nights over Christmas...and couldn't believe how amazing this place was. Lut is so welcoming and wonderful, and her attention to detail and excellent quality breakfasts were my favorite part of my whole vacation through Europe. I felt privileged to stay in such a beautiful house, under the care of such lovely people. There's no where else to stay as far as I'm concerned!
A Lovely B&B
We found this lovely B&B through 'Tripadvisor' and after looking at the B&B's web-site we booked for four nights in October (in the Red Room). We read all the reviews on 'Tripadvisor' before we left home and we can say that the reality of our stay far exceeded our expectations and we were very glad that we chose to stay 'Chez Lut and Bruno'.
We really enjoyed the plentiful and varied breakfasts that were served and we appreciated the guidance and information given on restaurants and city walks, complete with guide books and maps. Thanks to Lut and Bruno our visit to Brugge was really special and a lot of that enjoyment was due to the welcoming atmosphere in the B&B. The location is near to the Burg and Markt and makes for easy access to all the sights - the Chocolate Museum is just round the corner!!
We hope to return at some time in the future and we would definitely stay at this B&B again.
Recently spent 4 nights at Setola B&B. This is great place to stay in Brugge. Perfect location, nice and clean room, good beds, breakfast could not be better. I have only high praises for Lut and Bruno, who would go out of their way to make sure your vacation in Brugge is pleasant.
The best place to stay at a great price
My best friend and I found this place over the internet when we were in Brussels. I can not recommend this place enough. It is right in the centre of town in this fantastic old house. Lut the owner is so lovely and she told us all the great restaurants to go to, which were fantastic. The rooms are very clean and spacious with your own bathroom and television and a lovely continental breakfast in the morning. Don't stay in a hotel when this place is available, it is so lovely you can't go wrong! I visited again in May with my Mother and we both enjoyed staying there. Definitely worth a visit and great value for money!
Excellent Location, Price and Hospitality
My wife and I decided to stay at Lut's and Bruno's Bed and Breakfast on our recent stay in Brugge. Hands down, this is a fantastic place to call home during your visit to this amazing place.
Lut provides an excellent breakfast, keeps the place spotless, and freely gives you great advice on where to eat and what to see. Look for the Journal she keeps handy on local restaurants. It includes reviews by each of the guests that stay here.
The location is awesome as it is only a couple blocks away from the centre of Brugge. The rooms are large, and they have full bathrooms, which is a treat when compared to other B & B's we have stayed in throughout Europe.
My wife and I also liked that the bedrooms were well separated from the rest of the house. They are on the top floor, which makes them quite private.
We thought that this Bed and Breakfast was easily one of the best we have stayed in on our recent trip through Northern Europe, and would not hesitate to recommend it for your stay.
Why stay in a hotel when you can stay in this lovely B & B
A friend and I came back yesterday from Bruges where we spent three nights at Lut and Bruno Setola's lovely 17th century old B & B. The three rooms on the third floor are modern, comfortable and very tastefully decorated. Equipped with fine shower rooms and an adjoining breakfast room where the ample breakfast is served. You can use the fridge, consult the guide books and other tourist information or you can treat yourself to sweets or fruits offered by the hosts. Mrs Setola's friendly reception and useful tips on sights and restaurants was very much appreciated. This B & B is a much better choice than a hotel. And cheaper (55 euros/night for two persons).
Unforgetable moments chez les Setola in Bruges
In a very old (16th century) 3 floors house the 3 excellent, modern, pleseant,cosy rooms are placed to the top of the house.It's calm.
Spacious enough the rooms are minimal decorated with nice colours on the walls.They are extremely clean.Very important:the breakfast it's really very r i c h (fruits, different kinds of bread, cakes, fruits, youghrts, honey, jams, tea, coffee, milk, corn flakes and many more...). Mrs Lut Setola is an adorable person!
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