Hotel Gulden Vlies
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gulden Vlies Brugge
The hotel is very pretty and well decorated, we had a small room on the top floor. Although it was small, it had everything we needed and it was clean.
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... used by climbers and descenders alike. The result was that we were huddled against a side, or stuck on a corridor waiting (feeling claustrophobic) for people to climb up or go down. It was pretty scary. We loved te view from the top, seeing windmill and the town buildings as well as the orange roofs of the houses. Not sure if it was worth that particular experience though, and after fighting our way up we just wanted to get down safely. We did get ...
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... which sits in a window overlooking the canal. Jos was a great guide and we even stopped off at a traditional pub for another beer to round off a great morning of sightseeing.
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