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House in Brugge, Belgium
The house is split in two parts. First there is the private home which is on ground level. The private part of the house has a private entrance. Then we have our offices which are on the first and the second level. For a house in the city we have a rather large garden.
The house has 3 bedrooms. One with a comfortable double bed and it's own large bathroom. The two other bedrooms are smaller but still comfortable and one has a twin bed and the other a single bed.
There is also a second bathroom with bath and shower.
The kitchen has the usual appliances, dishwasher, etc ...
There is a small room with a washer and a dryer ...
The address is Gulden Vlieslaan 67 Brugge, you can visualize the outside of the house in Google street view.
- 2 Adults
- 0 Children
- 14 Exchanges made
- retired teacher
- House Type: House
- Floor: 0
- Environment: In the city
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Sleeping Capacity: 5
In my house
- Pets - Not allowed
- Small children - Allowed
- Non-simultaneous exchange
- Home exchange
- Free internet access
- Computer available
- Central heating
- Washing machine
- Clothes dryer
- No smoking
Our Destination Wish List
- Open for all offers
Nearest Airport: Brussels airport -
Bruges is a rather small city with a very big historical value.
Bruges is located very close to the North Sea (15 km), the historic cities Gent (50 km), Brussels (100 km), Antwerp (100 km), Amsterdam (300 km), Paris (300 km). I can say that the Dutch border is at 20 km, the French border at 50 km ... just to say that Belgium is no that big ... Ypres (Ieper) and Diksmuide are interesting for who is interested in the visiting the world war one sites and Flandres fields museum.
What to do in Bruges.
When your interested in the European culture -and I think you are- there are a lot of buildings and museums to visit.There is the https://www.boudewijnseapark.be/en/ for the kids. There is also a nice animal farm https://www.visitbruges.be/en/kinderboerderij-childrens-farm-de-zeven-torentjes for small children.
Bruges is a very nice medieval city which is also nice to stroll and shop, have a beer, buy chocolates and eat fries.
There are very nice cycling opportunities around Bruges (around Damme, up to Sluis in Holland etc.).
We are very close to the coast (Blankenberge, Oostend) for those of you who enjoy to spend time at the seaside.
- retired teacher
- No children will be traveling with us.
- We do not have pets.
About Our Family
My name is Nico (born 1942). I am a retired teacher (architecture) living in Bruges, Belgium.
I'm normally travelling with my partner Hélène.