This incredible castle doubles as a bed and breakfast (which is the biggest understatement ever, ever). I was lucky enough to stay here for two nights while in Bruges. Out of the five hotels I stayed in on my entire trip (and probably all the hotels in my entire life), this one easily takes the cake. Even better than the Oberoi Amarvilas in Agra, although they did do some research on me and my traveling partner prior to our arrivals, which was both creepy and awesome.
I was stupefied by this castle. The inside could have been a museum (maybe it even was). All of the paintings (and there were many) were of previous inhabitants -- dukes and barons and so on -- and family crests adorned each and every room. There was a small chapel inside, right next to the bar, which functioned on an honor system because after 3PM there wasn't any staff in the castle.
This was on one hand exciting, and on the other hand completely frightening -- especially due to the possibility of there being no other guests for the first night. I crossed my fingers that it wasn't haunted, at least.
If you clicked the above link, then you can tell that this picture underwent some major adjustments, starting with a perspective correction and crop, then total reworking of the curves with manual dodging to bring out certain parts on the front of the castle. I juiced up the sky a little bit, as well as the overall saturation (which I double-juiced, since the 365 uploader usually eats up all of my saturation), and finally finished off with some high passes to bring out the details and to replace some of the contrast I eliminated with my adjustments.