House of Eliott
A vast toilet-roll ‘sculpture’ humorously marks the back side of this museum, whose collection specialises in furnishings from baroque...
The Counts of Flanders’ quintessential 12th-century stone castle comes complete with moat, turrets and arrow slits. It’s all the more...
To admire Ghent’s towers and gables at their most photogenic, stand just west of the little Grasbrug bridge at dusk. It’s a truly...
In winter, tongues of flame lick the entrance portal of this heavy-beamed stone café. The oldest building on Graslei (late 12th...
Rustic bakery and tearoom serving lunches, breakfasts, soups and savoury snacks. They also have simple, colourful B&B rooms with...
Lonely Planet review
Oozing pseudo-1920s charm this gently camp, canalside gem is full of flapper mannequins and sepia photos inspired by an old British TV series. Their little balcony terrace perches just above the canal waters. Gastronomically, lobster dominates.