La Cle Brugge
A charming 16th century townhouse in the heart of Bruges. Our family-run guesthouse offers you a unique blend of history, comfort and style. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a cultural exploration or a gastronomic adventure, we are family friendly as well La Cle Brugge is the perfect place to stay.
At La Cle Brugge
we are more than just a Guesthouse. We are your hosts, your guides, and your friends in Bruges. There is no staff, it is just us, a dad, a son and daughter. Here are some of the reasons why you should choose us for your stay
You can stay connected and online with our free wifi connection in the building. Whether you need to work, stream, or browse, we have you covered.
If you are coming by car, you can park in our paid private parking within 4 minutes walking from our house. Parking is available only upon request, so please let us know in advance if you need it.
We value your privacy and independence. That’s why we offer a fully self serviced accommodation. We are only available from 9:30-14:00 to help with check-in. There is no reception or room service, but you can always reach us by phone or email if you need anything.
Airport pick up
If you are coming by plane, we can arrange airport pick up for groups from 10 people from and to Brussels, Bruges, Charleroi & Lille airports. Please contact us for more details and prices.
Local tips & tricks
We love to share our personal selection of breakfast places, restaurants, bars and things to do in Bruges. You will get our insider recommendations upon arrival, so you can enjoy the city like a local.
Things to do in the Neighborhood
If you are a beer lover, you will enjoy visiting some of the local breweries in Bruges. You can learn about the history and tradition of brewing in this city, and taste some of the finest beers in the world. Some of the breweries that offer tours are De Halve Maan, Bourgogne des Flandres, and Fort Lapin.
Bruges is a city rich in culture and heritage. You can visit some of the most impressive cultural sites in the city, such as the Belfry, the Groeninge Museum, and the Church of Our Lady. You will admire the architecture, art, and history of Bruges, and learn more about its past and present.
If you want to experience the local life and cuisine of Bruges, you should visit the market. The main market square, or Markt, is where you can find a variety of stalls selling fresh produce, flowers, cheese, chocolate, and more. You can also try some of the typical dishes of Bruges, such as mussels, waffles, and fries. The market is open on Wednesdays from 8 am till 2 pm.
One of the best ways to explore Bruges and its surroundings is by bike. You can rent a bike from one of the many bike shops in the city, or join a guided bike tour. You will discover the hidden gems of Bruges, such as the Beguinage, the Minnewater Park, and the Canals. You can also cycle to the nearby villages and countryside, and enjoy the scenic views.
Bruges has four windmills that date back to the 18th and 19th centuries. They are located along the outer canal ring, and offer a picturesque view of the city. You can walk or cycle along the canal, and stop by each windmill. One of them is open to visitors, called Sint-Janshuismolen. You can see how they work. The millers are happy to welcome you with facts about their trade.