I specially furnished one room of my apartment for guests to feel at home whilst visiting The Hague. You will have the room for yourself, we share the bathroom and the living room. There is a balcony and you can sit outside in a common garden.
The room has two comfortable separate beds put together, which can be taken apart too. The room is available for two persons maximum.
You will find a Wifi code in the room.
We share the bathroom with toilet.
Accès des voyageurs
My doorbell nr 48 is left of the entrance door of nr 44, I live on the first floor. There is an elevator.
You will have the private room for yourself,
You may use the living room for chatting, writing or just relax on the sunny balcony. I sleep in a corner of the living room.
On warm days you may want to sit in the garden.
There are paying parking facilities in my street.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
While you are my guests and if we are both at home and if you feel like it, I will be delighted to share some time with you. I like discussing and listening to your experiences. If you want to withdraw to your room, that is ok too of course. If you want to stay in your room, I respect that. But if you want total privacy, I am afraid my flat is not suitable for you, as we share the bathroom and lounge.
There is free wifi connection.
You are welcome to use the refrigerator.
Bike rental possible nearby or at the train station, which can take you through the lovely parks and to the beach. You can go by foot to most tourist attractions or you may hop on a tram.
TOURIST TAX to be paid in cash upon arrival, which is € 3.35 per person per night.
Please be quiet after midnight and take your shower before 11.00 pm or in the morning.
Check in time is between 5 and 10 p.m. If you want to check-in earlier, please tell me at what time you want to arrive so I do my uttermost to be home to welcome you as from noon.
Live and let live. And to live means to me: meeting other people, different people from all over the world. To learn from one another, to share, to laugh. I have always been interested in different cultures, that's why my life until now was a long travel to many different places. I lived in more than 10 countries, And France was my last country for 12 years. But time has come to settle down, so I moved back to my home town which I left more than 60 years ago. Now it is my turn to welcome travellers at my home. Actually, I have been trained at the Hotel management School, because I like to host people.
I like to share our life experiences, to chat around a cup of tea. And laughing, humour is so important, being able to laugh about ourselves. As a real dutchie I love my bike, it takes me to the nice parks and the beach or even further inland. I could take you for a bike tour.
This time, by renting a room, the world comes at my doorstep. Being in touch with different people is very important to me.