AROUND THE APARTMENT
Welcome to the 14th century cellar of the Vergulde Fontein in Bruges, Belgium. This cellar, which is located beneath the holiday rentals ‘De Drie Koningen’, is steeped in history and mystery. This piece of architecture only came to light in 2002 after archaeological and historical research. Built in the 14th century, this cellar has seen centuries of use, from serving as a wine cellar for wealthy merchants to being used as a storage space for the city’s trade. Today, visitors can descend into the cellar to explore its winding passages and learn about the rich past and the many legends and stories that surround it. Whether you’re a history buff or simply looking to experience a unique and fascinating part of Bruges’ cultural heritage, the 14th century cellar of the Vergulde Fontein is a must-see destination that will transport you back in time to a bygone era.
Today, it is the perfect setting for a unique and atmospheric reception or beer tasting. On occasion, it is also the setting to welcome our guests and exchange information.