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Hotel Bryghia is part of “Oosterlingenhuis”, built between 1478 and 1481. This Oosterlingenhuis was designed by architect Jan vanden Poele en built by the German Hansa trademen. In 1486 the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III gave them an arm of coats representing a two-headed eagle, which you can admire above the hotel's entry.
This small-scale hotel, with a view over the canals, is situated on a small square, only a few hunderds of meters from Bruges marketsquare. Romantics have always treasured the character of the picturesque Bruges canals. The wonderful, central location of our hotel will surely make your visit memorable.
Enjoy the extensive breakfast-buffet in the morning and a fine selection of Belgian beers in the evening.
Our 18 hotel rooms are traditionally decorated and all have television, minibar, safe, and coffee and tea making facilities. The bathrooms have bath/shower, toilet and hairdryer.