Traveling through Europe be like taking a trip back in time to a fairytale land. The continent is packed full of personality, and the best bed and breakfasts in Europe let us get a little closer to all that action.
40 Winks, London
This bed and breakfast has just two rooms making it the perfect cozy spot for someone looking to enjoy a personal London experience. There are vintage toys on offer as well as whimsical handmade decorations and fittings throughout. Plus, the yard is fully decorated with statues while the large breakfast helps fuel our days.
Sint Niklaas B&B, Bruges
This building was once the hospital for the city and has been standing since the 14th century meaning Sint Niklaas is filled with history. Guests can look over the famous bell tower as well as enjoy the open fire in the B&B. Still not enough? There’s a medieval map of the city that dominates the entire entry wall to help visitors get around.
Les 3 Chambres, Paris
Les 3 Chambres helps us take a step back in time as this 19th-century French building is filled with delicate pastel colors and decorations. The wall-to-wall bookcase even includes a vintage puppet theater while the furnishings are mainly designer. The best bit? Berries are used from the yard to help make some of the jams and tarts on offer at breakfast.
Ca’Riccio is perfect for people wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle while still being close enough to Venice to enjoy the action. Six cozy rooms fill the property where guests can enjoy personal touches that ooze from every corner of the property, such as the Murano glass lamps.
Castello delle Quattro Torra, Siena
Have you ever wanted to stay in a castle? Now could be your chance! The bed and breakfast is found in the Italian countryside where a family cares for the three guest bedrooms. There are many Italian features still found in the property, but guests will need a car if they want to explore the area further.
Hommage à Magritte, Berlin
Anyone who loves surrealist art might want to book in a stay at Hommage à Magritte as it’s dedicated to René Magritte – a Belgian artist. There is minimalist furniture as the high ceilings and spacious rooms are filled with his art instead. The B&B is also in the middle of Berlin, making it the perfect stop for anyone wanting to be in the heart of the city.
The Old Lady, Amsterdam
Believe it or not, but this bed and breakfast is found in a 400-year-old canal house. The interior has been upgraded, so the rooms are now light and airy. That’s not all. The owner, Gijs, lives on the top floor meaning they’re on hand to show visitors the wonders of the city.
Casa Amora, Lisbon
Each room in Casa Amora has been dedicated to a prominent artistic figure for the last 100 years meaning everyone’s stay is unique. However, there are also many period features of the property, including the wrought-iron balconies, which help to inject this B&B with a blast from the past.
Exploring Europe could be about to get a little more interesting. It might be time to pack our bags and head off to the best bed and breakfasts in Europe as we take in these cities with some incredible accommodation.