As mentioned in other reviews, the only negative was that the walls between rooms must be very thin as you can hear pretty much every noise in adjoining room(s) including conversations being held a normal volume. This didn't really affect us as other guests were relatively quiet but it could have been uncomfortable, or indeed embarrassing.
1. The countryside setting, but relatively close to amenities and Bruges.
2. The lovely garden and animals, etc. The very well appointed rooms. We had 2 neighbouring rooms across the front half of the barn conversion-type building to the right of the main house (from what I could tell, there were 2 further rooms behind ours at the back of this building). Each room was 2 stories using a mezzanne arrangement. The left hand room had a double bed downstairs, with a shower, basin and loo area adjoining, and there was a twin room upstairs. Upstairs is probably not suitable for young children because it is a mezzanne and they might lean over the side. But it was perfect for our 3 teenagers because it was effectively 2 separate rooms so they weren't all in 1 room bickering. The right hand room had a double bed upstairs and a sitting room-type area downstairs with a shower, basin and loo area adjoining. All very clean and nicely decorated & furnished.
3. The communal dining room/kitchen area. This is where you have breakfast. It is also where you can prepare a self-catering meal - or at least we were able to, with permission (I'm not sure if you need to ask for permission in advance or not). It has a microwave, toaster, kettle, oven, hob, sink, cooking pans & utensils, fridge, crockery & cutlery.
4. The very friendly and amiable hosts - Caroline and William e.g. we left some of our catering supplies out in the kitchen overnight, not thinking properly that they might be in the way of breakfast arrangements. They were, but Caroline had simply put them in a box and placed them in a storage area. She was very polite and laid back about it. We had also put some cool packs in the lower part of the fridge, mistaking that area for a freezer because it had drawers. She simply moved them to their own freezer and let me know. No big fuss or drama.
5. The homemade produce at breakfast - the farm makes its own yoghurt, cheese and jam.