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Welcome to Huyze Clementine, our charming guesthouse on the outskirts of Bruges, a 15-minute walk from the historic city center.
Huyze Clementine has 3 guest rooms for the same travel group of maximum 6 people.
We hope to offer our guests a relaxing and memorable stay in the heart-warming interior of our guesthouse!

Heidi & Lore Clement

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Huyze Clementine offers its guests free parking. You can leave 2 cars safely, with confidence and without worries, on our private parking space at the back of our guesthouse, which is closed off from the street.


All facilities

On our fully south-oriented terrace you can enjoy a nice cup of coffee in the morning or chat after an exciting day in our historic city center. Enjoy the sun all day long! Our terrace is equipped with a table, 6 chairs and a parasol.


All facilities

Huyze Clementine offers you every comfort in terms of furnishing and ease of use to make your stay in our guesthouse as pleasant as possible. A cozy & charming interior makes you feel so at home. In addition, we provide all bed and bath linen and bath products ourselves. We are also a baby and child-friendly accommodation.


All facilities

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Our guesthouse (for the same group of max. 6 people) is standard equipped with the following amenities:

  • Bathroom with bath
  • Bed and bath linen
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Sitting area with digital TV

Huyze Clementine is a charming guesthouse with 3 guest rooms, on the edge of the historic city center. We are fully licensed and approved by the City of Bruges and Tourism Flanders

Room 1: double bed 180x200
Room 2: double bed 160x200
Room 3: 2 single beds 90x200


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Brugge ‘die Schone’

Brugge ‘die Schone’:

Bruges, 'that Beauty', a fascinating place! Bruges' range of cultural-historical heritage and museums is nothing short of impressive. The entire historic city center was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2000, after the Beguinage was recognized in 1998 and the Belfry in 1999. Since 2009, the Procession of the Holy Blood has also been included in the list of intangible world heritage. With its 13 museums, Bruges offers a diverse range of collections that reflect the rich past of this ancient trading city. The authentic inner city as it was known in the Middle Ages has been preserved almost completely. That is precisely what gives Bruges its picturesque romantic character, so come and enjoy the historical wealth that our city propagates!

Must do’s

Must do’s:

The Venice of the North, a special place! Just walking along the charming courtyards, over the many bridges, strolling around in the beguinage, ... a boat trip on the canals, or a carriage ride through the city center, ... there is always romance in the air. Drinking a locally brewed beer on a cozy terrace with a lovely view on the many historical buildings and monuments. There are also several themed walks with a guide, private or in group, to discover our historic city in all its facets! You can also shop to your heart's content in one of the many established specialty shops and original Bruges makers.


Resto’s & Bars

Resto’s & Bars:

Bruges is a great destination for foodies! From award-winning Michelin-starred restaurants, authentic ‘brown cafés’ and world-renowned ice cream parlours to trendy lunch spots, brunch places and fancy cocktail bars, Bruges is sure to delight your taste buds.
The city puts itself on the map with an impressive list of top restaurants. No fewer than 32 Bruges chefs are recommended by Michelin, GaultMillau and Bibgourmand. The people of Bruges have always liked a glass or two of good beer. Unsurprisingly, the city can boast several typical beers locally brewed: right in the city centre, you can visit the De Halve Maan and Bourgogne des Flandres breweries. And just outside the centre is Fort Lapin, a craft brewery. Convinced? Then you should also visit the Bruges Beer Experience on the Market Square in Bruges to broaden your beer knowledge even more.

Brugse Ommeland

Brugse Ommeland:

The Bruges woodland and wetland is the only region of Flanders that lies by the sea and within a stone’s throw of the historic town of Bruges. The region bursts with variety. From Bruges to the coast you pass the wide and open polder landscape with picturesque villages such as Damme and Lissewege. From Bruges to the innerland you are out in the wooded Bruges green belt, famous for its forests and castles. Explore the region by bike thanks to the Brugse Ommeland Cycling Network with over 930 kilometers of cycling fun, map out your own cycling route and enjoy from node to node. There are also dozens of thematic walking routes fort he hiking enthusiast! Enjoy!


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  • Easily accessible from motorways E34 (Antwerp), E40 (Ghent-Brussels) and E403 (Kortrijk-Tournai).
  • Internationale luchthavens: Brussels Airport (60′), Airport Oostende-Brugge (20′), Brussel South Charleroi (75′).
  • Bruges station (several train connections from every airport) at 2 km. A taxi service on the station square.
  • Bus stop at 100m

Do not hesitate to use the form or our contact details to get in touch:

Gistelse Steenweg 351A 8200 Brugge

+32 (0)474 37 17 34