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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... waffles so much because it was actually small enough to see most of it in just a few days. It was overall very charming. Each night we would check out the canals and climb the windmills.
It truly was gorgeous, with medieval churches still standing and swans swimming in the tree-lined canals.
My favorite part was ...
... We asked, "Is that too early?" to which she shook her finger at us and replied, "Too early no exist - only there is too late." Our 6:25 am train to Paris is coming too soon -- we don't want to leave Brugge!
After dropping our bags at the place, we briskly walked down the most adorable street leading to a gorgeous canal lined with the most quaint little homes. Lindsay ran ahead skipping and bouncing up and down, pointing and oo-ing and ah-ing at just ...
... everywhere. The four of us helped clean it up since the cleaning lady was struggling to do it by herself. All of us were armed with squidgees and towels, and even then it took us about half an hour to get it all cleaned up. On the plus side, the floor was fabulously clean, on the downside, my thick warm jacket got soaked all the way through. Urgh. The jacket that takes three days to properly because I can’t tumble-dry it. Yaaaaay. So that got chucked into a bin liner ...
... after all lover of all things fried especially potatoes; she orders the large and I think was a little offended when I suggested we share. Anyway the frites were very good (the few I got to eat) and I had a beer to chase them down so I was
It took me awhile to find the brewery in the rain but we got their in time to catch the last English speaking tour. De Halve Maan is the last brewery in Brugge still brewing ...
"Sunny" trip to the seaside. Walked through the awesome harbor and braved the wind on the pier until we found an awesome lunch consisting of salmon and soup. Then tried to go to Napoleon's fort but it was closed and then waited for the ferry to take us back. We got back to our favorite town and had a farewell kriek in the ...