If you are arriving by train, the accommodation is about half an hour's walk from the station, so if you don't feel like lugging a heavy suitcase for that long, take a taxi (about 10-12 Euros).
The Wi-Fi was strong in some parts of my guest bedroom, and a little bit weak in other parts.
I found this bed and breakfast wonderful. It was conveniently located about 15-20 minutes' walk from the historic centre of the city. The proprietors, an older couple, were very friendly and provided a map and helpful information on things to do and where to eat in the city.
The bed and breakfast has three rooms. Although the building has three floors including the ground floor, the proprietors put in a lift so access to the upper floors is no problem for those with mobility issues or (like me) big suitcases. The guest bedroom was very roomy, comfortable and clean. Each day, I was asked what I would like to have for breakfast the next morning, which generally included a selection of breads and pastries, cheeses and sliced meats, jams, fresh fruit, yoghurt, orange juice, and coffee and tea.
I thought the bed and breakfast was fantastic value for money, and would certainly stay there if I were to visit Bruges again.