It's hard to find a better location in the historic centre of Ghent. Den Augustijn is right across the street of the Carmelite Monastery, nowadays an exhibition hall. From your room, you look at the Patershol area, the oldest part of Ghent, dating back to the 18th century. The bikes are included in the price of Den Augustijn and with Simon Says, we have one of the nicest coffee bars of Ghent just around the corner. A cosy, comfortable and well-located breakfast & coffee bar, just as Den Augustijn. Don't forget to reserve a table, because it can get really busy on weekend mornings. Another option is Bar Bidon. It's a little further away, but with the bikes, it's not even 5 minutes from Den Augustijn. And if you like cakes: Julie's House is definitely the place to be.

The room has a double bed, a bath, a lavabo, tv and free wifi. Decoration by Filip Naudts (Guarda la fotografia) and Karel Debaets (Mimicry).



Nicely decorated two-bedroom apartment in the historical "Prinsenhof"-area of Gent, where emperor Charles V was born. It's a cosy neighbourhood, at a 5 minute walk from the city centre. Very calm and quiet. A perfect place to stay in Gent.

The apartment has two double beds that can be separated in four separate beds. Bed linen and towels are not included in this apartment, but can be provided for 10 euros/person. There are four bikes available for our guests (included) and across the street, there's the possibility to park several cars (not included). There's digital TV, WiFi, a DVD-player and every room has his own TV. The kitchen is fully equipped with dishwasher, oven and microwave. There's even a Saeco coffee machine.

The apartment is decorated with a mix of modern and vintage Scandinavian furniture, with photos of photographer Filip Naudts and compositions of young artist Karel Debaets.



This wonderful one-bedroom apartment in the very city centre is named after the photography studio of Filip Naudts. Filip's pictures are everywhere in the apartment, that has been refurbished completely in the beginning of 2014. The building is located on a cosy square, named Kalandeberg, in the shopping area of the city. There's two bakeries on the square, so there's no need to worry about breakfast. ;-) There's a recommendable Italian restaurant next door (Fratelli d'Italia) and a more than decent wine shop across the square. Through the opened windows, you can see Saint Bavo Cathedral.

Bikes are not included in this apartment, but it's possible to rent them at a rate of 20 euros/weekend.

The apartment has a small kitchen with all necessary amenities, a cosy lounge (with a sofabed), separate bedroom (double bed) and a bath room with shower. There's WiFi and a Smart TV.