Annas Bed & Breakfast
All rooms have a trendy modern look and have large double beds with Belgian Linen. All rooms are equipped with a flatscreen cable tv and have free wireless Internet access. All standard rooms have a large bathroom with shower and toilet. There is one deluxe suite equipped with a 2-person bath tub. 2 of the rooms have view on St-Anna's Square and the historic church.
Nevertheless the quarter is very calm and quiet, it offers a great range of restaurants and cafés. 'St-Barbe' right across Anna's, offers an excellent dining experience in a trendy setting. A 2-minute walk also brings you to some of the best restaurants of the country: the Karmeliet (***, Michelin), Rock Fort, 't Zonneke and Sans Cravate (*, Michelin), Late night dining at MOJO.
Top notch Moroccan dining is possible at 'Ryad'. Spanish tapas at 'Sol y Sombra'. For a late night drink you can go to one of the many cosy neighbourhood cafés such as the historic 'Café Vlissinghe' (1515), 't Gezelleke' (poetry café) and 't Risico'. For the ones who like it a little more trendy we recommend 'BarSalon' for quality cocktails and bubbles or 'Bauhaus' (THE international hangout).
During summer the splendid waterside cafés at predikherenrei are always packed. The quarter is not really notorious as a shopping district, still, there is only ONE address for REAL bruges' handmade lace and that is at the lace academy & centre next to the Jerusalem church. Also check out the several nice stores at the Langestraat-Hoogstraat.
Anna's is located in the quiet and picturesque St-Anne's district in Bruges' city centre, right across the baroque St-Anne's Church famous for its carved woodwork. Right around the corner lies the Jerusalem Church. The tiny dark church has a particular 'horror' atmosphere through the many carved sculls in the altar). Next to the church you can visit the lace-centre and -museum as well as the folkloric museum showing daily life as it was two centuries ago.
A short walk from there brings you to the Gezelle museum and the ancient windmills. At sunset these wooden windmills (built on hills) offer a splendid view over Bruges. Not far from there one can also visit the Museum ter Potterie and the old Catholic Seminar including the Baroque church along the canal.
Walking further down that canal leads you to the Spinolarei with a great view on the old harbour district. In the same area you can also find the beautiful Baroque Jesuit Church of St-Walburga.
Each morning the breakfast buffet on the ground floor offers a wide range of bread, croissants, pastries, cereals, juices, hot drinks, etc...
In the lounge room one can also relax, read the newspaper or a book.
-wireless internet access
-bathroom w/ shower or bath
-Restaurant next door
-Parking in front of guesthouse
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This page was last updated: 02 February 2010