Central though quiet location. Spacious studio on upperfloor. Nice view from kitchen onto garden and park.Historical centre just round the corner.
The studio consists of two large airy , bright rooms on the topfloor of our house.
The kitchen-dining area overlooks our garden and the adjoining park. Next to it is a (to be fair) small bathroom with shower. The bedroom is on the streetside. It is very spacious. There s a foldable guestbed in case of three persons.
There is television, a desk and free Wifi.
Towels and bedlinnen are provided. Breakfast on demand. Free tea and coffee.
The studio is located in a quiet street near the city centre. The castle is a five minute walk. The studio is two flights of stairs up but we ll insist and carry your luggage upstairs. All part of the service.
Fresh Fruit , bottled water and local beers are offered as a warm welcome.
Free coffee & tea.
Ghent is a relatively small city so all the major sites are best explored on foot. The major museums (SMAK-STAM and mSk are a ten minute tramride)
An ideal location to explore and enjoy Ghent but excellent as a basis to explore the nearby cities of Bruges (30 min) , Antwerp (1 hour) and Bruxelles (40 minutes).
Wifi-Kitchenette-DVD Collection on demand flatscreen TV with Cable.Mini hifi. The entrance is communal. We live downstairs.
Interaction with guests
We respect and like privacy but are ofcourse in for a good conversation. We live downstairs and are always willing to help or give more information.
Other things to note
The studio is located two flights of stairs up.
We expect you to enjoy Ghent as we do.
So go out and come back as you please.
The entrance is communal though , we expect the same respect as you would from your guests. But always lock the door going out or coming in!!! This is our one basic rule.
We love and live in Ghent. Travelling, movies , english literature and nights on the town are my passions but most of all the dog: Perro, light of my life.
I love to cook mediterranean style greatly inspired by Jamie Oliver, Nigella Lawson and Ottolenghi.
-Better to be fooled than to be suspicious all the time- E.M. Forster