Historical Mansion with unique Canal View

Brugge, Belgium
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 6 Guests

The Home

Step into this Magnificent Master House and experience the mysterious history of the magical city of Bruges! With a unique view over the most beautiful canal "The Augustijnenrei", and located at walking distance from all main points of interest, this is the perfect place for your city trip!

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This ancient Master House has been carefully refurbished by a famous Bruges architect respecting the typical building characteristics. Each piece of decoration is handpicked and the furniture makes you feel as if you would turn back in time to the mysterious history of the area.

There are three floors in this house. On the ground floor, there’s one spacious bedroom and an ensuite bathroom with walk-in rain shower and a separate toilet. On the first floor, there’s a...

Home Features

Enjoy the comforts of home and beyond with these distinctive features.

Air Conditioning




Pets Allowed

Building Elevator

Free Parking

Concierge Services



In-person Check-in

Kids Amenities

All Stays Include

We believe certain amenities should be standard. Every home comes outfitted with these best-in-class essentials for a worry-free stay.

24/7 Support
Professional Cleaning
High-Speed WiFi
Kitchen Essentials
Starter Kit of Bathroom Amenities
Premium Linens and Towels

Home Details

Beds & Bath

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1 Double Bed
2 Double Beds



Pets Allowed

Free Parking: On-site



Hair Dryer




Kids Amenities



The Neighborhood

Although the Bruges region was already inhabited in Roman times, the name of the city first appears in the 9th century, perhaps a derivation from the Old Germanic word 'brugj' or landing stage. Bruges therefore has a special relationship with the sea. After all, water played a crucial role in the development of the city. Here a number of streams converged to form a river (the Reie), which drained northwards into the coastal plain. This river was connected to the North Sea via so-called 'tidal channels', a guarantee for prosperity and prosperity. Due to its favorable location and connection with the sea, Bruges developed early in the Middle Ages into an international and bustling trading city with a port. At the same time, the fortified fortress grew into a powerful political stronghold, thanks to the presence of the Flemish counts, who ruled the county of Flanders from Bruges. In the 13th century, Bruges could proudly call itself the most important trading center of Northwestern Europe. Traders from all over Europe settled in the city and the world's very first stock exchange was founded in Bruges. The exhibition activities took place on a square in front of the inn that belonged to the Van der Beurse family of estate agents in Bruges. In this way, their name was forever linked to the financial institution. Despite the typical medieval ailments, from epidemics to political unrest to social inequality, the inhabitants of Bruges were well off and soon the city acted as a magnet. Around 1340 the city had no fewer than 35.000 inhabitants. The success continued and in the 15th century, Bruges' Golden Age, things were even better. Since the end of the 14th century, Flanders belonged to the realm of the Burgundian dukes. They further expanded their residence in Bruges and the city quickly became a cultural hotspot. In addition to the traditional cloth, plenty of new luxury products were produced and sold. Famous painters such as Jan van Eyck and Hans Memling – the great Flemish primitives – found their creative place here. The fine arts reigned supreme and in addition to numerous beautiful churches and unique nation houses, the monumental town hall was also completed. Bruges seemed unapproachable. The sudden death of the beloved Queen Mary of Burgundy in 1482 heralded the turning point. The relationship between the inhabitants of Bruges and widower Maximilian of Austria soured and the Burgundian court left the city, with the international traders in its wake. Bruges' connection with the sea also quickly silted up. The Golden Age was over and long centuries of wars and power changes followed. After the independence of Belgium (1830) Bruges was a poor, impoverished city in the middle of the 19th century. Remarkably, a novel would help turn the tide. In “Bruges la Morte” by Georges Rodenbach (1892), Bruges is aptly described as a somewhat dozed, but very mysterious place. The 35 photos included in the book for illustrative purposes in particular made readers curious. Bruges' magnificent patrimony was soon rediscovered and its mysterious intimacy immediately became its greatest asset. Bruges thus carefully took its first tentative steps towards tourism. The desire to be connected to the sea resulted in a new international seaport at the end of the 19th century, which was given the name 'Zeebrugge'. During the First World War, Zeebrugge became a base for the German submarine fleet, controlled from the headquarters on the Brugse Markt. Both world wars left the historic city center virtually intact, which meant that Bruges' appeal continued to grow. And with success, because UNESCO promoted the entire medieval city center to World Heritage in 2000. The rest is history. The Burgundians already knew. Bruges is the foodie destination par excellence. Good for a unique and very varied offer. From award-winning star restaurants and authentic brown bars to world-famous ice cream bars and hip lunch spots to original brunch addresses, chocolatiers and fancy cocktail bars. Bet you're running out of time? Because Bruges always tastes good. Bruges is not just one of the gastronomic centers of Europe. Two renowned Bruges schools – Spermalie and Ter Groene Poorte – train culinary talent that is causing a furore internationally. The city is putting itself on the map with an impressive list of top restaurants. No fewer than 35 Bruges chefs receive a rating from Michelin, Gault & Millau and Bib Gourmand. Bruges residents like to drink a pint and the 500-year-old Café Vlissinghe with hundreds of beers on stock is a good example of this. The city can therefore boast of a few beers, which are brewed locally. Right in the historic city center you can visit the De Halve Maan brewery and the Bourgogne des Flandres brewery. De Halve Maan is a family business with a tradition of six generations of brewers since 1856. Here, among other things, the Brugse Zot, the official city beer, is brewed with passion. Bruges is easily reachable by car and train. For more detailed information we refer to the websites “visitbruges” en “dekust”.

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Things To Know


Payment and Cancellation - 14 Day Policy

Grace Period:

  • Guests may cancel for free provided that: (1) reservation is canceled within 48-hours of reservation confirmation, and (2) reservation was confirmed at least 11 days before scheduled arrival.

Payment Policy:

  • 14 days or less prior to arrival: Guests pay 100% at time of reservation.
  • More than 14 days before arrival: Guests pay 50% at time of reservation, the remaining 50% will be charged 14 days prior to arrival.
  • For guests paying with Points or Cash & Points: 100% of payment of both Cash & Points will be deducted at time of reservation, once booking is verified within 48 hours.

Cancellation Policy:

  • 14 days or less prior to arrival: No refund issued, unless ‘Grace Period’ applies.
  • More than 14 days before arrival: 100% refund.

House Rules

  • SuitableForChildren,SuitableForInfants,PetsAllowed:petStayCharge,The minimum age for Guests is 26 years; moreover, any Guest under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian for the entire duration of the stay.
  • 1. A group of Guests belonging to the same household is allowed, provided that at least one person is 26 years or older.
  • 2. A group of Guests who do not belong to the same household is only allowed if at least half of the guests are 26 years or older.
  • The number of Guests (excluding infants under 2 years) may never exceed the number communicated in the listing.
  • The Guest will use the Accommodation with respect, treating it as a normally careful and reasonable person would do and leaving it behind in the same normal tidy condition in which he or she found it on arrival. The Guest is not allowed to move household effects and/or furniture.
  • The Guest must not cause any nuisance to local residents, other occupants or neighbours. The Guest must comply with and adhere to the normally applicable rules. Between 10 pm and 8 am, every effort must be made to keep noise to a minimum. Parties are prohibited at all times.
  • The Guest must all times adhere to the time of 5 pm for the start of the check-in period and 10 am for the final check-out unless there has been an express agreement to the contrary.
  • The keys and any items such as badges must be left at the exact same location at the check-out and must absolutely not be left in the Accommodation, in the letterbox or elsewhere unless expressly directed otherwise in the check-out instructions.
  • The number of Guests (excluding children of 2 years or younger) may never exceed the number communicated in the listing.
  • The Guest must always close the windows and doors when leaving the Accommodation.
  • Rubbish must be collected and deposited according to the instructions given on the guest portal.
  • To avoid damage to the HVAC installation (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) and unnecessary costs, the Guest may not set the thermostat in the Accommodation above 21 degrees Celsius at any time during the stay. The Guest must heat the Accommodation in a responsible fashion.
  • Pets are allowed, an extra charge of 50 euros will be made, and the normally expected rules of conduct apply: for example, pets are not permitted on seats, chairs or beds. If pets are brought into the Accommodation without permission, a fixed fee, as well as any costs incurred (e.g. additional cleaning costs) will be payable by the Guest.
  • Smoking is not allowed in the Accommodation or on its grounds (including the garden and terrace).
  • The Guest may not exceed the number of vehicles stated in the listing for which parking or storage space, if any, is provided. It is not permitted to charge electric cars or bicycles in or on the Accommodation and any associated parking space.
  • The Guest is, where applicable, obliged to comply with the statutes and the internal regulations of the association of co-owners in the residence.
  • The Guest may not use the Accommodation for commercial purposes, such as commercial photography or filming.
  • The Guest agrees to follow the instructions and pay any additional costs for special matters, such as the use of the BBQ, fireplace, sauna, swimming pool, jacuzzi, etc., that will be communicated through the guest portal.
  • It is not permitted to put up tents or other structures, paint or put up wallpaper, add or change locks, install antennas or satellite dishes, or affix screws, nails or adhesive materials in the Accommodation or on its grounds.
  • For quality and safety purposes, the Accommodation may be provided with equipment that monitors the environment in the Accommodation (including noise levels, temperature and movement) to ensure that Guests have a pleasant stay and neighbours are not disturbed. The Guest is not allowed to interrupt, disable or remove this equipment. Any problems with or need for repair or maintenance of this equipment must be reported immediately by the Guest.
  • The Guest is aware that the necessary information about the Accommodation and the reservation is accessible on the online guest portal and undertakes to follow any instructions given during the stay.
Property ID:D-40292198
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