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A stylish and quiet B&B in a beautiful art deco house
Our beautiful art deco house is located just outside the city centre of Maastricht between the river and Holland’s only ‘mountain’, the Pietersberg. Walking distance to the city centre is ten minutes, but there are also bikes free of charge to explore the city and the beautiful countryside.
We’ve got two quiet and spacious rooms each with two comfortable box spring beds, duvets, private en suite bathrooms with tub and shower, digital TV with extra film channels and wifi (free of charge), coffee and tea making facilities, a shared refrigerator and microwave oven to cater to your needs. We do not serve breakfast, but there is a supermarket and a bakery (wonderful French croissants and the best cakes in town) one block away. There is also a lovely café where you can have breakfast if you wish… and of course every guest gets a bike. Some people say that the second B of our B&B stands for Bike instead of Breakfast.
You will enjoy the best of both worlds: A quiet peaceful living environment with city life just around the corner.
We actually have two rooms, so if there is no availability with this room, please check the other.
During weekends ( friday and saturday) we require a minimum stay of two nights. The price for a room during the weekend is €80 (single and double occupancy).
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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Hello, I'm Ingrid. My husband Rense and I live in a wonderful art deco house just outside the city centre of Maastricht. Rense works at the department of psychology and neuroscience at the university, and I am a film translator. We have one daughter, one son-in-law and one grandson we're very fond of and we love to spend time with. We like travelling, especially to Asia and Rense is a dedicated jeu-de-boules-player. I like cooking, gardening, reading, watching films and getting together with friends and family.
Some years ago I decided I did not want to translate films all day anymore. We had enough space, so we started a B&B. It's a great way to bring the world into your house and to meet all kinds of nice and interesting people.