À propos de ce logement
Hello! I am offering a complete self sufficient apartment in a quit neighbourhood in Scheveningen: Scheveningen Dorp.
An indoor stairway leads you to the apartment which is a part of a whole 4 floorbuilding.
The basement, ground floor and second floor is our actual home (my husband and my 6-year old daughter).
The apartment consists of an L-shaped livingroom with a sleeping area in the back.
Toilet and shower are separate from each other. You can reach the kitchen from the hallway. At the back there is a little balcony. Until 3 p.m. it’s sunny there.
Total: 50 square metres.
Our apartment is filled with designer furniture; for you to enjoy during your stay!
Diningroomchairs by Philippe Starck, Charles Ray Eames and Pierre Paulin , a fruitbasket by Piet Hein Eek, a lovely fauteuil by Gerard van den Berg, bedcovers by Snurk, readinglights by Verner Panton, a childrens chair by Gerrit Rietveld, the livingroomcouch by Kho Liang Le, a Christian lounge couch, etc.
The bed (160 cm x 200 cm) is fully electrical. If you want, we have a spare bed for a child and toys for boys and girls.
The location is superb!
Tramway 1 is a three minute walk and will take u to the center of the Hague.
If you stay in tram 1 for about 40 minutes, you will be in Delft.
Tramway 9 is also a three minute walk and will take u to the Hague Central Station.
Bus 21 is a 2 minute walk.
In the apartment you will find a paper with everything you need to know about the tramway and bus directions and timetables.
The Badhuisstraat is a five minute walk. It is a street with some shops and a nice restaurant called De Dis. The Keizerstraat is a ten minute walk. This is a slightly larger shopping street. Here you will find a large supermarket (the Albert Heijn), some boutiques and a nice and cozy bar/café/diner: De Maatschappij.
When you walk even further you will be in the touristic and sizzling part of Scheveningen. Think: the Pier, the recently renovated boulevard with lots and lots of beachclubs, a cinema, a casino, etcetera.
If you walk into the other direction you will find another shoppingstreet; de Frederik Hendriklaan. This street is even larger than the Keizerstraat. Here you will find more clothesshops, lunchrooms, farmecies, bars, etc. In the apartment I have an overview of all the lunchrooms and restaurants in that area (and the Scheveningen area). Also a townmap.
Also in walking distance: lots of museums. Het Gemeentemuseum, GEM (picture museum) and Museon (especially interesting for children). Madorudam is a ten minute walk.
Be careful: in our street you have to pay for parking. Free parking is only 5 minutes away on foot.
My husband and I would like to accommodate you and make your stay in Scheveningen as pleasant as possible!
Hope to see you soon!
1) graag de meubels en inboedel behandelen zoals uw eigen spullen.
2) geen harde muziek na 22.00 uur.
3) roken alleen op het balkon.
4) geen huisdieren.