Ter Duinen

Langerei 52, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium

4 Reviews

Hotel Ter Duinen
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Travelocity Hotels.com Expedia.com


Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good


Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Solo
  • Families97
  • Couples98
  • Solo100
  • Business92
  • catherineneill's Profile Photo

    Ter Duinen - Lovely traditional hotel in Brugge


    Welcomed by the hosts in this charming hotel along the Langerei canal I was pleased to see the hotel had charm as well as modern amenities. Certainly enjoyed my breakfast sitting in the dining room overlooking the canal. There's a cosy sitting room, cute courtyard and rooms with views over the old town rooftops.

    Recommended 100%!

    Unique Quality: The views over the rooftops from one of the balcony rooms is astounding, and stepping out the front door right beside the canal on a fresh morning is a real treat. Breakfast is great too, and the hosts are more than happy to help you out with tips.

    It's not in the centre of Brugge which is great - a 10 minute walk along the cobbled streets has you in the main square, and there is a bus if you don't want to walk.

  • Astraeus's Profile Photo

    A warm welcome in a cold town


    STAYING in Bruges at the beginning of February meant temperatures of -10, frozen canals and snow-covered roads. The chill thawed at the door of the warm and welcoming Hotel ter Duinen, however.

    We arrived by taxi in blizzard conditions. The hotel is about a 6-minute drive from the station on a good day but the snow had slowed the town to a near standstill. Immediately we were welcomed knowingly by the hotel's proprietor who offered us a larger Room #34 or Room #38 with a double. We opted for the latter, not discounting the fact that it would be much easier to warm up a smaller room as the temperatures outside plummeted overnight.

    The ground floor to the hotel looks indulgent with a wonderful conservatory and small garden adjacent to the high-ceiling breakfast room. With a brief nosey around the ground floor completed, we walked up to our room and settled in.

    The room was not particularly large, as can be seen in the picture below, but it needn't have been. The view over the canal was a lovely one to wake up to each morning although the hotel's proximity to what appeared to be a main road meant frequent buses and lorries passing audibly by the window, in spite of us being on the second floor.

    The bathroom was adequately-sized with his-and-hers sinks and a decent-height shower - something of a requirement for a man of 6' 3". We did find hot water a struggle, however. The taps were capable of putting out tepid water on-demand but hot showers weren't possible and it was very difficult to get hot water in the sinks. I suspect this challenge was insurmountable given nature's contribution to cooling the town's - and hotel's - water supply.

    The hotel is about a 10-minute walk from the Markt which can reasonably be called the 'centre' of Bruges. The walk takes you along the Langerai canal which is a beautiful walk to take on in any case, arriving in town at Jan Van Eyckplein. The footpaths on this walk are narrow and, certainly with them being slippery on account of the snow, we were moved onto the road on several occasions. The location is very likely to be a boon come summertime when the tourists flock en masse - I can quite imagine being grateful to be able to escape the maddening crowds at the Markt and Djiver.

    Breakfast is a plentiful and relaxing affair. We were brought fresh, hot croissants along with grapes and pineapple and the offer of tea or coffee. A self-serve system allows access to cereal, breads, a cheese board and a charcuterie. Absolutely plenty to keep those stomachs swollen.

    Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel - although the signal did not make it to Room #38 which necessitated us venturing onto the landing in order to use it. For those without their own devices, the hotel has kindly provided a laptop for use between 8.30 a.m. and 10.30 p.m.

    When we return to Bruges to see what the town looks like underneath all that snow, I'll contact ter Duinen immediately. Unless willing to fork out for the likes of Relais Bourgondisch Cruyce in the very heart of town, there is no reason to look any further than this beautiful, friendly little hotel.

  • Great Place


    We stayed 2 nights there recently and couldn't have been more satisfied. Owners were very gracious, room was very comfortable, location was away from the hustle and bustle of crowds, bath towels were great, and breakfast was delicious. Marc and his wife go out of their way to make sure you're comfortable and are extremely helpful. It was interesting to browse their photo album showing the work they put into creating their Hotel...you can tell it's a labor of love for them.
    When I return, I'll stay here again.

  • Great small quiet hotel


    In a quiet part of the town, away from the tourist throng, the Hotel is located on a canal and is about ten minutes walk from the main square. The room was very large (for Europe) and was well furnished. The beds were on the hard side - but being a back-sufferer this was a definite plus point! Free internet and wi-fi is available. Dispite being formerly a family house, all floors are serviced by a lift - great if you have heavy luggage. The great added benefit was parking in a lock-up garage about 50 metres from the main door.

    A wonderful breakfast (buffet style) is served in a delightful dining room at the front of the house. This opens onto a small lounge and then onto an internal courtyard.

    The only negative point was no coffee in the bedroom!

    Unique Quality: Really friendly and helpful staff.

More about Ter Duinen

Hotel Ter Duinen is a Great little place!!

by TripAdvisor Member b5c9

Very nice hotel which is situated very close to the center. The hotel staff is really friendly and helpful. The rooms are standard European rooms with decent size. I would recommend calling the hotel and booking as they gave me a really good deal since I was booking 2 rooms. Breakfast is good and good canal views. I am definetly going back again. Brugge was also a very nice city to visit. We also visited Dammes which is a medieval city about 10 KM away from Brugge. I thought Brugge was a much nicer city and that Dammes was a waist of time.


A True Gem!

by TripAdvisor Member LDG-Vancouver

Last month we spent two nights at Hotel Ter Duinen with my brother and sister in law, who have stayed at this hotel many times over the past 10 years and who promised us an unforgettable experience.

We were not disappointed. The hotel itself is a gem and our newly renovated room on the ground floor very well appointed with comfortable beds, a flat screen tv, a fast and free internet connection and air conditioning.

The hotel is well located on a canal, about a 10 minute walk to Brugge's city centre or a 3 minute bus ride.

Although 'buffet breakfasts' are usually a disappointment, the one served at Hotel ter Duinen is one of a kind: as you sit down you are served coffee/tea, freshly squeezed orange juice, a boiled egg, fresh fruit and a basket of freshly baked breads with the best croissants we have ever tasted. The buffet has an assortment of wonderful cheeses, meats, good quality yogurt, cereals and nuts. The breakfast room is airy, light and beautifully decorated. But it is the owners, Marc and Lieve's gracious hospitality who make your stay an unforgettable and special experience. Helpful and caring, they did everything to make our stay special and very special it was!

Elegant, friendly hotel

by TripAdvisor Member Bayzand

I booked 3 nights at this hotel as a weekend break with my wife. We wanted a place that was comfortable, that was by a canal and had character. We checked the Tripadvisor Reviews and thought: Hotel Ter Duinen is the place! It surpassed even our expectations. The things we liked best about this hotel were:
the husband and wife team who own the hotel live on site, serve at breakfast and really make guests feel that they are at home;
the breakfast room and sitting area as well as the little patio garden were a delight;
the room was very comfortable and quiet and had a good bathroom;
it was great having a room looking out onto the canal;
it was lovely walking from the hotel along the canals into the town but you could also take a bus if you wanted to;
the hotel provided a card which gave us discounts on attractions, boat trips etc.

We feel that we have found a little oasis and hope to return. There is so much to see in and around Bruges. We would particularly recommend hiring a bike and cycling along the canal to the pretty village of Damme

What a wonderful find.

by TripAdvisor Member mrsduck123

We have just returned from a long weekend staying at the absolutely charming Hotel Ter Duinen. From the moment we entered the hotel to the moment we left we were treated wonderfully. The staff were all so friendly and helpful offering advice and suggestions as to how we might get the best from our visit to Brugge. Our room which overlooked the canal was charming and wonderfully quiet. The bathroom was beautifully clean with excellent facilities and there was plenty of storage space in the room. We had a Junior Suite which had 2 single beds which were put together giving plenty of room and the beds were very comfortable and as a bad back sufferer this is very important to me. The hotel was decorated tastefully to a very high standard with individuality and style. It was a pleasure to take breakfast in the light, airy breakfast room and the food was beautifully fresh and there was a wide range of breads, meats, cheeses, and fruits. If you are looking for your egg and bacon breakfast this is not the place for you but what is on offer is far nicer. All in all we had a wonderful and stay and will be returning again shortly. A fantastic choice if you want a quite tasteful hotel with attention to detail and that personal touch which is so often missing.

Not a good night's sleep

by TripAdvisor Member DSSM

Very cute hotel, good breakfast, would have been a great stay had it not been for two terrible nights sleep. To begin with, the mattress in our room was extremely hard. On the first morning we were woken up at 5:30 a.m by an alarm clock that had been set in the unoccupied room beside us. It didn't shut itself off, and I eventually had to find the receptionist to get it turned off. When we asked in the morning about switching to another room with a softer bed, the receptionist said she would let us know later in the afternoon. We inquired later in the afternoon and were told that we in fact had the softest mattress in the hotel. We asked if we could move to a different room anyway, as we both found this mattress uncomfortable. We were told this wasn't possible. Now, we were there in February, and the hotel had very few guests. Given that it was the same receptionist that I had to find to turn off the alarm, I guess I was hoping they would be more flexible. Anyway, if it's true that we had the softest bed in the hotel, I wouldn't recomment this hotel for a good night's sleep, as it certainly was the hardest mattress I've encountered in a long time.

Ter Duinen is a winner

by TripAdvisor Member FAMRAU

Just got back from a twelve-day holiday with my family of four to Belgium and the Netherlands[including a wonderful but tiring day trip to Paris via the high-speed Thalys]. We intentionally placed our two-night stay in Brugges between Brussels and Amsterdam as a respite from the big-city vacation experience that we so enjoy. We got to Brugges by train out of Brussels and took a quick taxi ride to the hotel for about $20.
For this break we chose the Ter Duinen Hotel-- we were not disappointed. This hotel suited our needs perfectly. It is classically designed, beautifully decorated, clean and, most important, LOCATED RIGHT ON A LOVELY CANAL. The management couldn't have been kinder or more attentive. We had room 41--big enough for two adults and two kids.
Every day the local church's bells are singing to you regularly between 8 am and 9 pm- how civilized. Breakfast is provided free of charge in the large tastefully decorated breakfast room on the first floor. Check out the sunroom and the garden in the back.
Brugges is a city that satisifies the vacation shopping requirement[even for your teens], the historic appeal, plus canal boat rides. It attracts a large day-trip tourist crowd-- which is fun; and it tends to empty out in the evening--which is fun too. Oh, and just my opinion but, the Grand Place in Brugges easily beats out Brussels in terms of the quintessential coffee/tea, crepes, Belgian waffle outdoor dining experience.

A relaxing getaway in Bruges

by TripAdvisor Member IAK50

My husband and I and our 2 teenage children stayed for 6 nights here. Contrary to popular belief, that this is a good place to stay for 3 nights or less, we found it very relaxing with many good things to do every day including bike trip to Damme and train to coast. The reservation was made online very easily and they offered an online discount as well. I requested 2 rooms and was perfectly accommodated. The web site gave a good representation of the look and feel of the place. Not too fancy, but very fresh, clean and cozy feeling. Breakfasts were sumptuous.
The hotel was very easy to find; bus takes you right there from train station. The owners and staff were very friendly and helpful with all questions and gave good advice for restaurants etc. Renting bikes is so easy and a must. We especially liked that this hotel was located about a 10 minute walk from the market square, so it was in a very quiet neighborhood along a canal. You will not be disappointed.

A very pleasant stay.

by TripAdvisor Member DessieWestMidlands

I stayed here five nights with my wife from 16th to 21st September 2007. I brought my car from the UK using the Ramsgate to Ostende route which only left 15 miles or so to drive to Bruges. I do not recommend either driving or parking in the centre of Bruges but Ter Duinen was a very good choice because the Langerei is just off the ring road making it particularly easy to find and unload. We took advantage of renting a nearby lock up garage via the hotel. Do not imagine you can bring a car and just park it up on the street for free. Parking is as important as the accommodation for a visitor to Bruges.

Once inside the hotel we were very impressed with the overall cleanliness and decor. The ground floor facilities and the breakfast room immediately exuded real quality. We had a canal view room. It was basic but very very clean and perfectly adequate for our stay.The only downside was the absence of cupboard/drawer space which we felt could easily be remedied with appropriate bedside cabinets. The soundproofing provided by a second interior set of double glazed windows kept any traffic noise to a scarcely discernible distant murmer. Apart from the rush hour, it was very very quiet ouside Ter Duinen. We endorse all the other positive reviews concerning breakfast. Free Internet access and a small safe in the room were nice touches.

There is a lot to see in Bruges and we were able to get everywhere on foot, the main square being but ten minutes walk away. We embarked on a voyage of discovery by simply following our noses. Be sure however to bring comfortable trainers to combat the cobbled streets.Also beware being ambushed by the ubiquitous cyclist! Eating out in the evening was no problem and the places recommended by the hotel were to our liking although I suspect that we came at a time when things were not as busy as they might have been earlier in the season. We walked to the village of Damme along the canal - it is literally turn left out of the hotel and then more or less straight ahead. We came back by the canal boat but watch the times - it was every two hours when we used it. There is not a lot in Damme but the walk is very pleasant and relaxing enough.It merits a half day visit and there are several nice restaurants and cake shops there.

Turn right out of the hotel and within two hundred yards you will find a small supermarket - perfect for well priced wines, Belgian beers and chocolate - but you will encounter other small supermarkets as well on your sojourns.

We took the car out to Ypres to see the In Flanders Field WW1 museum which, along with the Menin Memorial gate in Ypres, is well worth a visit. We also had time to visit Talbot House (the original Toc H which provided a respite for troops in WW1)which is in Poperinge but ran out of time to see other WW1 sites connected with the Ypres salient. One can visit some of the WW1 sites by daily tour from Bruges which we did not use because we prefer to do our own thing and at our own pace.It takes about an hour to get to Ypres.All the information you need is on Google. I recommend investing in a Satnav. I use Mio version 3 with the maps of Western Europe. It zeroed us in to within a few yards every time. Helps with driving on the right as well I found.

We have no difficulty in recommending Ter Duinen.For visitors from the UK bringing a car it represents a very good choice.The Ramsgate to Ostende route with Transeuropa makes things easy.

All the best to the folk at Ter Duinen and thank you for contributing to making our stay so pleasant.

Loved Ter Duinen!

by TripAdvisor Member FireDrag0n

Ter Duinen is a lovely hotel situated very near (10 min walk) the main square of Bruges. (In fact, the town itself is very walkable.)
The staff are incredibly helpful, polite and accommodating.
(The owner even rushed out to our car as we were leaving to make sure the passport that was left at the counter wasn't one of ours!) Upon check-in, we were given a map of town that had special discounts at a variety of local shops, attractions, etc. that was good for the duration of our stay.The continental breakfast was delicious and surprisingly generous. The rooms were very comfortable and pretty. In fact, the whole premises were simply lovely - very characterful.
Even though a few minor things went wrong while we were there (Lift was broken all day and being serviced, partially blocking entry to our room; our hair dryer quit right in the middle of my blow-drying the last morning...), it was still a fabulous experience. A definite return destination!!


Popular Hotels in Brugge

Ter Duinen

4 Reviews

Langerei 52, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium

Show Prices

Premier Hotel Navarra

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars 6 Reviews

St-Jakobsstraat 41, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium

Show Prices

Heritage Hotel

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Niklaas Desparsstraat 11, (formerly the Hansa Hotel), Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium

Show Prices

Hotel Fevery

2 Reviews

Collaert Mansioenstraat 3, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium

Show Prices

View all Brugge hotels

View all Brugge hotels

Latest Brugge hotel reviews

Martin's Orangerie Brugge
138 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 14, 2014
Hotel Jacobs
138 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 3, 2014
Absoluut Verhulst
224 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Hotel De Tuilerieen Brugge
713 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
Bed and Breakfast Lut and Bruno Setola
192 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 5, 2014
Relais Oud Huis Amsterdam H&P
317 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 23, 2014
433 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
Ibis Brugge Centrum
522 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Azalea Hotel Brugge
112 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 2, 2014
NH Brugge
588 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Hotel Loreto
131 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 28, 2014
Hotel Prinsenhof
1114 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Arabesque Bed and Breakfast
3 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 24, 2004
Etap Hotel Brugge Centrum Station
732 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Hotel Die Swaene
210 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014

 Ter Duinen

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Ter Duinen Hotel
Ter Duinen Bruges

Address: Langerei 52, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium