Idéalement situé sur le bord de Leeuwarden, dans une ferme typique frison (1837), Taniaburg se compose de 2 chambres séparées, chacune pour 2 personnes proposant un hébergement confortable et bien conçu, idéal pour les clients recherchant des installations dans un environnement agréable. Taniaburg B & B dispose de 2 chambres, WC / douche, TV LCD, d'un accès internet wifi gratuit, un parking gratuit à proximité du centre des expositions FEC et à 15 minutes à pied de la vieille ville, et à proximité du centre commercial. et à proximité des arrêts de bus de la ville. Toutes les chambres sont bien aménagées et disposent d'une gamme d'équipements modernes, les chambres sont situées dans une ferme typique frison qui en fait une excellente alternative à la normale hôtel un hébergement de style.
Welcome to a typical Frisian farmhouse: Taniaburg!
The 5 person apartment is in the former milk basement build and has a nice view at the courtyard of the the historic and fully renovated farmhouse.
The terrace that belongs to the apartment is located near the old washing place.
The apartment has a private bathroom with a sink, a shower and a toilet.
A bedroom with a double bed and on the first floor is a bedroom with three single beds
A lounge with an open kitchen and a dining table.
The rates for renting the 5 person apartment can be found under the button "rates". The rates include all linen and towels, etc. The use of the washing machine is included.
The apartments are also equipped with a fast ADSL internet connection
and it is only 20 minutes away from the old city center of Leewarden by foot - which is very close to the town's central shopping street. You can also take a 5 minute walk and use the bus connections to get to the city or take your car. We offer free parking at Taniaburg.
Leeuwarden has a reasonably historical city center with canals and mounds (man-made hills) dating from the middle ages. Old store fronts and beautifully restored monuments adorn the city. Examples of these include the Oldehove a large slanted tower and the Waag an old weighing station in the middle of town. A walking tour through the city center is more than a trip around old buildings. This city has remarkable canals and small streets, cozy shops and interesting museums. When you look at a map from 1603 you can recognize almost every street, square, canal and building. In the 20th century, several canals were filled in and converted into streets. Fortunately the character of the streets surrounding these old canals has been preserved. A day strolling through the streets of the capital of the Province of Friesland has many high points. Get to know the past and the present.