Our charming and authentic house (1918) was renovated with quality materials while preserving the original character. The wooden flooring gives the century-old home a cosy, warm atmosphere, while having all modern conveniences. Renovations were designed to maximise light influx and the feel of spaciousness. Decorations are inspired by our travels across the globe. As soon as the weather allows, the sun-soaked terrace is the perfect place to relax after a tour in town. Enjoy!
Musette is close to the famous and scenic wind mills of Bruges, just a few minutes walking to the city center. Across the street and around the corner there is a grocery store, several ATM, a bakery, a coffee bar which serves excellent breakfast, good restaurants to have dinner and lunch, a doctor, a wine bar and more. There is also a kid's playground very nearby.
All the conveniences you need.
The ground floor is one big open space, connecting the fully-equipped kitchen with the dining room and living room. The kitchen has a large refrigerator, oven, microwave, stove, kettle, dish-washer and coffee maker. The dining room is a great area to relax after a walk through town. It connects with the terrace outside.
The living room is a cosy corner in the house to kick up your feet, have a drink and read, watch TV or doze off. If you want some privacy for some quiet reading, there is a reading room on the top (second) floor. The book shelves are stocked with books (English, Dutch, French…) and board games (chess, Pictionary, Stratego…).
Musette has a ground, 1st and top floor. The cosy bedrooms are located upstairs.
For the little ones, a baby cot, toys and baby/toddler cutlery and dishes are available. The master bedroom gives access to the bathroom with shower/bath tub.
You will have full access to all areas in the house, except the small utility room.
We are just a few minutes walking from the city center. Parking is free. Once you enter Bruges city center, the old town, you will have to pay to park your car. If the parking lots are full (which happens often during weekends and holidays), finding a vacant spot in the narrow streets can be a challenge.
Most people park outside the center and walk to town.
The bus stop is just around the corner. There are several buses every couple of minutes. Most buses stop at the train station.