Centrally located at Ghent’s scenic Coupure, at walking distance from the historic town centre and the Saint-Pieters train station, Fred & Breakfast has been an ideal, homely base to explore Ghent’s centuries-old history and culture for tourists from all over the world since 2006.
For the more actively inclined, the “Watersportbaan” is nearby – Ghent’s green sports paradise with facilities for athletics, water sports as well as relaxed, child-friendly leisure. You will love strolling along the Coupure – which locals like to refer to as “Ghent’s beach trail” – which takes you to the world renowned Saint-Baaf’s Cathedral in minutes, as well as to many of Ghent’s restaurants, pubs and trendy shops. Ghent’s Saint-Pieters train station is conveniently nearby, perfect if you’re planning to visit Bruges, Antwerp, Brussels or other parts of Belgium while based in Ghent. Fred & Breakfast, housed in 2 interconnected historic houses right at the Coupure, has recently been entirely renovated, and offers 4 comfortable, colourfully decorated rooms with views onto the scenic Coupure. Fred & Breakfast is a member of Ghent’s official tourist association – De Gilde der Gentse Gastenkamers – and has been awarded in the category “Comfort” by Flanders’ tourism association.
“We Would Be Together And Have Our Books And At Night Be Warm In Bed Together With The Windows Open And The Stars Bright.” – Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast