The one bedroom Almshouse III Apartment is a design apartment located in the city centre close to the Lange Voorhout and is suited for 2 persons looking for a good time in The Hague.Almshouse III
This apartment has a classy and modern atmosphere with its beautiful designer furniture and wooden floors. The open area on the ground floor features a living/dining area and an 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 thriller movie on the DVD player or watch one of the cable channels on the flat screen. Wireless internet is available so you can use your laptop see what is going on in The Hague.
The open kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, a fridge and a microwave to prepare an extensive meal for your partner and for yourself. And after the meal you can also make two fresh cups 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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Your apartment is in a very nice part of The Hague. The Lange Voorhout is a street with many tall lime trees and monumental old buildings. Some of these lime trees date back to 1536 when Emperor Charles V ordered the first trees to be planted. But this street is even older. Dominican monks built a small stone church in 1404 and also a road leading to this church. You can visit this Kloosterkerk or church but through the centuries this church was rebuilt. It was a Catholic church till 1566 and then it became a protestant church. Another nice building is the former palace the Lange Voorhout Palace. It is now a museum dedicated to the Dutch graphical artist Escher.
The Hague has been the political heart of Holland since the early Middle Ages. The Binnenhof means in Dutch the inner court and it is 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 next to a little lake that still exists today and is now called the Hofvijver or the Court Pond.
On the Binnenhof you will find the Ridderzaal or the Knight’s Hall where the queen holds her annually speech in September to inform the Dutch about the political decisions for the next year.
City area: City Centre - Buurtschap 2005