The one bedroom Almshouse II Apartment is a modern apartment located in the city centre close to the Lange Voorh 2 ou 1ffe t and is suited for 2 persons who want to spend time in The Hague.Almshouse II
This apartment has a modern and classy touch with its beautiful designer furniture and wooden floors. The open area on the ground floor features a living/dining room and a fully equipped open planned kitchen. The living area has a modern sofa with a matching armchair and a coffee table. You can sit on the sofa and watch a film of your own choice on the DVD player or down load your emails on your laptop because wireless internet is available. Or you can watch cable TV on the flat screen.
The open kitchen has all the appliances like an oven, a fridge and a microwave to prepare a nice meal for two. You can also make a fresh cup of coffee with the coffee machine.
On the next floor you will find the bedroom. This bedroom has a double bed, a closet with an integrated flat screen and air conditioning. The bathroom has a shower, a sink and a toilet but also a washing machine and a dryer.
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The Lange Voorhout is an old street and it dates back to 1404 when the Dominican monks built a monastery church. This church has been modified over the centuries and it is still on the Lange Voorhout. The Kloosterkerk is a protestant church and it is the church which Queen Beatrix attends. This street is also known for its lime trees and some of these trees were planted in 1536 by the emperor Charles V. The Escher Museum is located in the former Lange Voorhout Palace and it features the work of the Dutch graphical artist Escher.
The two oldest buildings in The Hague are the Grote or St. Jacobs Church and the Binnenhof. This church was originally a wooden church in the 13th century. In 1335 this church was finally rebuilt with stones and in the Middle Ages this took 30 to 40 years to accomplish. Go inside and see the old organ made in 1760.
The Binnenhof means in Dutch the inner court and it a complex of buildings. It has been the location of the meetings of the Dutch parliament, the Staten-Generaal, since 1446. Count Floris V of Holland built his mansion in the 13th century next to a little lake that still exists today and is now called the Hofvijver or the Court Pond.
City area: City Centre - Buurtschap 2005