Guesthouse Nuit Blanche

Winston Churchill, royal dynaties and illustrious guests loved to stay in this medieval mansion. Belgiums royal coupe Albert and Paola enjoyed their honeymoon at Nuit Blanche.

The legendary house, along Bruges most picturesque canal, is melted together with the lovers bridge. Her interior and garden seem plucked from Jan Van Eyck's paintings.

Today, this gothic fairy tale is the guesthouse and art studio of the Flemish painter David De Graef.
The artist invites you to discover Nuit Blanche high end guestrooms with magical view upon "Hortus conclusus" our enclosed medieval city garden, the Church of Our Lady and the Gruuthuse palace.

Nuit Blanche, my open art studio and guesthouse, melted together with the emblematical lovers bridge.
The intimate medieval garden enjoys the most emblematic architectonic view of Bruges, looking upon the church of our lady and the Gruuthuse palace.
David’s art studio , with one of the seven gothic fireplaces in the house.
In this studio I create my paintings.
Nuit Blanche’s medieval interior.
The stained glass windows, dated between 1440 and 1520. Belgium’s most precious collection of medieval residencial stained glass.
Both rooms enjoy this idyllic view.

Rooms Nuit Blanche

Gothic Room

“Pasionaria”, the gothic room with its particular ceiling, irradiates most the mystic middle ages.

Lune de miel
Medieval Room

“Lune de miel”, the medieval room, is a bit larger and clearer.
In this bed our current royals king Albert and queen Paola enjoyed their honeymoon in 1959.

Breakfast Nuit Blanche

Nuit Blanche’s breakfast is a three courses menu according to your host’s mood.
You can enjoy this every day different breakfast in your room or in David’s art studio.
Your host David De Graef considers a abundant breakfast important in order to start a good day.
Therefore he makes sure that you start the day with a balanced and consistent breakfast.
According to the inspiration of the day, Fruit, vegetables, milk products, cereals and delicatessen are melted together into surprising breakfast.

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The medieval City

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