Here are some more photos taken on my recent weekend in Bruges, staying at the wonderful B&B - Bread & Butter. You can see my last post about our weekend away here.
Belgium chocolate for breakfast? Yes please! Fresh melon and peaches, cheeses, pastries, homemade museli and yoghurt was all served on gorgeous mismatched china, including Zara home, Wedgewood and hand made pottery pieces. Multigrain and rye breads were served in mini wooden boxes. A giant glass jar of homemade museli sat at the end of table. All glowing golden in soft candlelight, it looked like it was straight from the pages of an interiors magazine. We sat down to a gloriously beautiful feast each morning. Breakfast at my work desk is just not the same!
The resident cat was a bit shy but would sit safely on the other side of the doors to the back garden and watch us drinking our coffee through the glass.
This is unfortunately the only shot I have of the amazing vintage wallpaper that was in our loft bedroom.
I couldn’t resist adding another shot of the bath tub.
We had amazing perfect blue skies.
We spent many hours getting happily lost in the winding cobbled streets along the pretty canals, fuelled by the delicious breakfast and strong coffee at the Bread & Butter.
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Sorry. I’ve been away from the blogosphere for a little while. Life just got in the way for bit. Here are some photos of a recent weekend trip to Bruges. We stayed at a gorgeous B&B, Bread & Butter. With just one bedroom in the loft of a big old house, incredible breakfasts from the lovely host Frederika, vintage wallpaper, velvet curtains and your own private 60s orange bathtub, it really doesn’t get much better.
I miss that bath.
There's even a mezzanine floor in the loft...
so you can climb up and hang out watching Flemish telly.
Comfy bed for a cosy sleep-in
Photos by Lukulele.
This is a just a taster. I have a load more pics to post, including the vintage 60′s wallpaper from the bedroom and some of the exciting things I blew my cash on during our stay.