Le Coquin B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Coquin B&B Brugge
Love place.. He has a cat named Indra who is faaat... like the size of a small terrier. The owner is laid back, the place is absolutely lovely, the rooms are massive, the bathroom is excellent.. just love it! Highly recommended.
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... for a walking tour of the city. The city centre, inside the moat (it's a former walled city) is 3km from top to bottom, and it felt like we walked most of it!
After a coffee and cake, walked back to the hostel, and were reunited with Janet's luggage. Had an hour to get changed and powder our nose and back into town for a meet and greet with the local choir we have been paired with. They ...
... the day and watch the people walk by.
As the sun started to set, we found our way to the Market centre and got on a horse drawn cart. Our driver was funny in his accent (think Mr Bean speaking English with a Dutch accent) and explanations as he took us on a 30 minute tour around town. It was quite a charming and romantic experience - not as tacky as it may sound! Although the ...
... that is outside Italy! I could see why the Germans wanted to take it and why the Monuments Men had to search for it in WW2! (It is the story of that new movie). Our next brief stop was one of the only breweries still located within city walls (can't remember the beer) but we had to almost squeeze through tiny alley ways to see it. We then saw many swans in the more historic part of Bruges as we headed towards one of the female abbeys. It is one of the few legit ...
... tall gabled house. Hugo has three rooms to let and they each have a different theme. Ours is called Lady Jane and is charming in deep wine paint with a four poster bed, on a sloping and creaking dark wooden floor. The view out of the window is just as delightful overlooking other gabled homes on neat cobbled streets with the huge bell tower in the distance.
Unfortunately Hugo is booked up for the extra nights we hoped to stay, so ...
... We arrived at the tour point about hour later and waited around for the next one to set off. The cost of the tour was around 15 euros and to be honest if you miss out on doing it then don’t worry too much. While it was lovely to be guided round and told what everything was, there was nothing that you wouldn’t have got to on a bike and due to the set up of Brugge you would have come across a lot more while doing it that way. In my opinion a boat trip round the canals ...