TRIED & TESTED
Where architecture and art come together
4 August 2021
Friday in Gent is a guesthouse in a 17th century townhouse for up to 8 people. For those of you who like to stay in a quiet area within walking distance of the city center.
When you arrive at Friday Gent you’ll immediately notice The Knitser, a bronze sculpture by French artist Jean-Pierre Clémençon. You haven’t even unpacked your suitcase yet and you can already tick off your first sightseeing stop in Gent. The townhouse dates back to the 17th century and although the owner renovated it to modern standards, you’ll notice some of the historical details. Such as the brick walls, the narrow staircase and the beams throughout the house. In contrast the guesthouse has a spacious kitchen, a fantastic pink bathroom and intimate rooms.
As there are three bedrooms (one with a double bed and two more single beds) it’s the perfect place to take your family, friends and/or kids. They also have the Green Key, a label for sustainable entrepreneurship. The guest house uses green power, you can drink tap water and they give recommendations on local entrepreneurs to support.
Check out: www.friday.gent
Zilverhof 35, 9000 Gent, Belgium