Today’s Top B&B: B&B Phileas Fogg in Brussels, Belgium

June 14, 2010 at 2:00 pm Leave a comment

B&B Phileas Fogg in Brussels, Belgium at Set at the heart of Brussels, close to the European Quarter, is B&B Phileas Fogg, a small, cosy bed and breakfast with six colourful and quirky guestrooms.

This original nineteenth-century townhouse is a designer’s dream, with hardwood floors, marble chimneys, stained glass windows and Italian tiles.

In turning the house into a B&B, friendly hostess Karin has created a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Her personal touch can be seen throughout, from the eclectic décor to the lovingly prepared meals to the welcome drink which greets guests on arrival.

B&B Phileas Fogg in Brussels, Belgium at BedandBreakfastworld.comThe individually designed rooms carry themes such as the Blue Room and the Mezzanine Room, and are decorated with exotic furniture and antiques from far-flung destinations including India, Japan, Mexico and Morocco. The well-equipped bathrooms are modern and stylish, and other facilities include a guest kitchen and wireless internet access. Guests staying in the largest room also have direct access to the garden.

Book B&B Phileas Fogg from just €65 a night at

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