Sint Niklaas B & B

Address: Sint Niklaasstraat 18 , Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Sint Niklaasstraat 18 , Brugge, is near The Markt, Groeninge Museum, Flanders Fields Battlefield Daytours, and Brugge Christmas Market.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Sint Niklaas B & B Brugge

      Special

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      This B&B describes itself as "exclusief", and it is. I can only agree with previous reviewers that the house is beautifully and tastefully restored, very conveniently located, the rooms are very attractive and comfortable and the catering excellent. I stayed in the "Oval room", called after the oval-shaped decoration on the ceiling. I particularly liked the gorgeous fresh flowers in the breakfast room. This is really a very special place! Thank you to previous reviewers for helping me discover it.

      Beautiful!

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      We stayed at St Niklaas B and B for 3 nights and loved every minute! The house is wonderful and has been beautifully restored with a meticulous attention to detail by Shaun and Kim, the owners.

      The location couldn't be better - just two minutes walk from the Market Square but in a quiet street. We stayed in the Rooftop room, which has a great view of the Bell Tower. The room was light, spacious and well appointed, and the king-size bed was fantastic - just about the most comfortable I've ever had in a B and B. Our daughter, just turned 3, was well accommodated in a cot next to the bed, and loved romping in the deep bath in the en-suite bathroom.

      Kim and Shaun were very friendly and kind - even remembering to update our car parking permit every 4 hours while we were out. They offered excellent suggestions on what to do to entertain a three year old in Brugge and made our stay one to remember.

      A fantastic B&B!

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      Kim & Shaun are the most gracious and generous hosts. The hotel is completely new, and has all the modern conveniences. Only two blocks from the central square, it sits on a quiet side street within walking distance of all the attractions. Breakfast was generous and we enjoyed our visit immensely. Among the best hotels and B&B's we have ever stayed. Make your reservations, we highly recommend it!

      "A wonderful place to stay!"

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      I can't say enough good things about Sint niklaas- it is definitely the best B&B we have stayed in!

      From the moment we walked in the door and were welcomed by Shaun, to the delicious breakfasts where we talked to Shaun and Kim, it was fantastic.

      The house has been beautifully restored, and tastfully decorated.

      The B&B is in a perfect location, right behind the market square, but in a small, quiet side street tucked away from the crowds. The service was wonderful- we got suggestions and advice daily, and we were never disappointed. We definitely plan to stay at Sint niklaas the next time we are in Brugge.

      Brilliant Bed & Breakfast in Brugges

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      Conveniently located to the Market Square, this bed and breakfast has been superbly restored to perfection. We stayed in the Rooftop room with wonderful views of the Belfry and church. I couldn't agree more with the previous reviewers, the owners Shaun & Kim are just fantastic - they waited up for our arrival and when we awoke Shaun had prepared a lovely breakfast, with fresh orange juice and pastries. They are passionate and enthusiastic about Brugges, offering great advice from where to go for a beer, to sampling the local cuisine.

      If you're looking for a relaxing, luxurious weekend away - look no further!

      Lovely accommodation

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      My partner and I recently spend 2 nights at Sint Niklaas B&B in Brugges. Although the weather was very cold, the B&B was always welcoming with a roaring wood fire in the downstairs sitting room. The rooftop room was beautifully presented and the service from Shaun and Kim was personal but not too intrusive. Beautiful freshly prepared breakfasts and restaurant recommendations meant that we were always well looked after in the with food. Highly recommended place to spend a few days relaxing.

      Excellent Stay

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      We spent 4 nights at Sint Niklaas and had, at the risk of being dramatic, an amazing stay.

      We weren't supposed to stay 4 nights, but once we arrived, we liked the room so much we decided to cancel our reservation at Hotel Welcome in Brussells.

      This was our first time in Brugge and our first time traveling with our 5 month old. We didn't do much pre-planning, just hopped on a plane and arrived.

      Sean had great suggestions on where to go for great food and beer. He even made some phone calls looking for the "hard to find" non-smoking restaurant reservations while we were out sightseeing. Much appreciated.

      Pros:

      Excellent breakfast. Sean bakes his own crossaints that rival any we have EVER tasted (France, etc).

      Big spacious room with super comfortable bed and linens--We stayed in the Oval room.

      Fantastic location.

      *Free high speed internet access in room.

      The most helpful hosts I've encountered.

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      If location matters, then there is none better, within 50 yards of The Markt. More importantly the best Waffle/Pancake place is about 30 yards away :).

      One night our infant son got sick and Sean ran out and picked up some medicine for us. He consulted with the Pharmacist and brought back some much needed items.

      His enthusiasm for Brugge is contagious. Brugge is a magical place and its charm rubs off on the people there. Not only did we feel enveloped in the charm of Brugge while staying at Sint Niklass B&B, but we felt our hosts went above and beyond in making our stay as great as it was.

      St. Niklaas is a MUST!!

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      An AMAZING B & B. Shaun and Kim are the hosts and are wonderfully knowledgable about what to do/see/eat. They serve an awesome breakfast every morning and are very accomodating. We stayed in the "Belfor" Room which had an amazing view of the Bell Tower. They are walking distance to everything in the City. I would not even consider staying anyplace elsewhere. Everything from the towels to the bedding is top notch!

      A stay to remember

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      My wife and I spent several nights in Brugge in September 2005 as part of a six-week holiday in Western Europe. Brugge was a highlight of our trip, due in no small part to our stay at the Sint Niklaas B&B.

      Brugge has a beautiful old town which combines an historic charm with a vibrant feel. The Sint Niklaas is very close to the central market square, and the entire old town area is easily accessible from here. The town has many immaculately restored historic sites. It also has a stunning array of chocolate shops, amongst others.

      Our hosts Shaun and Kim Clarke gave us a warm welcome, and looked after us well during our stay. They had recently renovated the building, and every detail of the building and the furnishings gave the impression of a high level of care and attention. There were three guest rooms available, each themed differently. We stayed in the 'Rooftop Room', which we found spacious and comfortable. There was a great view of the impressive Belfry from our window, the carillion of which provided a musical wake-up call at 8 o'clock every morning.

      The breakfasts were comprehensive and outstanding. We also appreciated the well-furnished guest lounge when we returned from each day's exploring. Overall, the Sint Niklaas B&B stood out as being the best accommodation of our holiday. We hope to have the opportunity to stay there again.

      Sint Niklaas - What a gift!

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      My husband and I stayed two nights at the Sint Niklaas Bed & Breakfast in Brugge, Belgium in April, 2005. We just loved it the moment we walked through the front door. Shaun Clarke, the owner, greeted us and made us feel right at home. Shaun and his wife Kim have just done a complete restoration of this building. They have tastefully decorated it. The rooms are beautiful and very comfortable.

      We stayed in the oval bedroom. It has a king bed with soft, fluffy bedding. The en-suite bathroom has a claw-foot tub as well as a large, tiled walk-in shower. Bath products are supplied as well as a boxed Belgium chocolate on the pillow.

      For breakfast we had a choice of cereals, eggs cooked any way, homemade jams, croissants, breads, ham, cheese, yogurt, fresh fruit cup, Nutella and chocolates. Everything was beautifully presented. There are fresh flowers everywhere.

      Shawn gave us great suggestions for what to do in Brugge. We rented bikes and road along the canal to the city of Damm. The B & B is right in the center of town, walking distance to everything you want to see. It is about a 7 Euro cab ride from the train station.

      I will definitely stay at the Sint Niklaas Bed & Breakfast if I ever get a chance to return to the beautiful town of Brugge.

      Their address is sint-niklaasstraat 18, 8000 Bruges, Belgium. Phone number ----

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