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Inviting two bedroom apartment, for up to four people, located close to the Noordeinde Palace in a delightful Hague neighbourhood.
Surrounded by cosy cafes and charming stores, the dwelling offers an authentic Dutch experience in a rewarding setting, perfect for a family or a group of friends. The apartment comes furnished with wooden floors, fresh décor and modern amenities. The living area allows you to unwind in peace after a busy day, providing a sofa, armchairs, a dining table and a flatscreen TV. Patio doors lead out onto the terrace, which makes a great spot for relaxing in the sunshine or enjoying al fresco meals during the summer months. The kitchen supplies everything you need for home-cooking, including an oven, microwave, grill, hob, fridge, freezer, toaster and a dishwasher. The two bedrooms feature pleasant wall hangings and a combination of two single beds and one double. The bathroom houses a washbasin, toilet and shower. Blending a welcoming interior with a friendly district, the accommodation guarantees a memorable adventure in The Hague.
The apartment makes a fantastic choice for visitors seeking both instant admission to the city’s attractions and an authentic, local neighbourhood to retreat to after the day’s activities. Situated within minutes of the king’s working palace, the accommodation inhabits the Zeehelden Quarter, surrounded by an array of cafes, stores and restaurants. A great collection can be found on the nearby avenues of Prins Hendrikstraat and Piet Heinstraat, which each boast an infectious atmosphere and a variety of worthwhile venues. Highlights include the cosy lunch spot of John and June’s, the burger haven of Ich Bin Ein Hamburger and the family run gem of A Taste of Persia.
The Hague’s most popular sights are easily reachable on foot, with the historical Binnenhof and the prestigious Mauritshuis Museum both accessible in less than 20 minutes. The city’s primary transport hub is also close at hand, with the nearest tram stop enabling admission in just 15 minutes.