176.30 / Night
A charming 18th Century carriage house that has been stylishly transformed into an opulent oasis of elegance.
176.30 for 1 Night
The Pand Pandreitje 16, 8000 Brugge, Belgium.
Train: International Brussels Airport is about 1h30mins away from Bruges by train. Car: The hotel does offer to pick up its’ guests from Brussels Airport. The journey should not take longer than two hours. The cost would be €175 (one way).
Ostend-Bruges International Airport
Bruges City Theater
Bruges Market Square
Basilica of the Holy Blood
The hotel is owned by the Stuyts family who fell in love with the character of this 18th Century carriage house. Out of the respect for Bruges and its history, the owners have tried to preserve the authentic and original aspects of the building to the best of their ability.
If you are stuck for anything, Sandra and Ignace are a lovely couple that started to work for the The Pand 10 years ago, they will help you in any way that they can.
The Pand is situated in the heart of Bruges only a few steps away from the canals and each room has been individually re-designed to preserve as much of its original and defined features as possible. Original antiques and unique objects of art create an interior full of rustic charm and character, expressing a timeless, elegant and comfortable atmosphere. The atmosphere is cosy and intimate under the eaves and boasts a stunning view of Bruges’ famous clock tower. The pine panelled walls and old wooden floorboards give the lounges the singular elegance of an English house and the bar is dark and moody, with is mahogany furniture and leather chesterfield sofas.
A full cooked breakfast is served on a white linen tablecloth in a lovely country style conservatory; the eggs are even done on granny’s AGA stove and served to your table by the chef herself. The adjoining salon is a lovely spot to relax after breakfast over a newspaper or an excellent cup of tea or coffee.
To put it plainly, The Pand is the perfect base to explore Bruges. The hotel offers a free, daily walking tour of the city through the medieval cobbled-stone streets. It’s a 5 minutes’ walk from most of the main sights and there are several excellent restaurants as well as the main shopping area close by. Located in a quiet side street, one can explore the town by day and enjoy the cosy and nostalgic atmosphere of The Pand by night.