The comments below are more cautions than things I "didn't
Based on my one-week stay (Bruges and Brussels), Belgians don't seem to be outwardly friendly. They don't smile much and are reserved. So you might interpret this as "unfriendly," but probably is just a cultural difference. The owners at both hotels we stayed at fit this description, but they treated us well.
Fevery is in a REALLY quiet area, almost eerily quiet. We were afraid of the noise of the city center, so that's why we chose this location. As it turns out, at least in mid-September, noise is not an issue anywhere in the city. So if you like being around more action, then Fevery is not for you.
For those who are not in good shape or don't enjoy walking/biking, Fevery is a little far from the main attractions. A brisk walk gets you to the main square in 10 minutes, but probably closer to 15 for most walkers.
The street is pin-drop quiet, except for the church bells, which are
pleasant. So you should have no trouble getting sleep. Paul was helpful,
and the complementary breakfasts were tasty, although basic. Bikes were
available for rent: 10 euros per day. Definitely rent the bikes! Biking
through Bruges and into the countryside to the village of Damme, on
successive days, were the highlights of the trip. The hotel was clean
and near a pretty church and canal (not one of those postcard canals,
but a canal, nonetheless). Fevery is not exceptional in any way, but a
good choice if you want a clean, quiet, simple place that is relatively