5 unusual places to sleep in The Hague
1) De Pier, Suites & Cabins
Ever since its opening in 1961, De Pier has reinvented itself over and over. One of the latest additions is De Pier, Suites & Cabins: the first place in the Netherlands where you can sleep over the North Sea. The suites are equipped with a Jacuzzi and glass ceilings allowing for star gazing.
2) Haagse Strandhuisjes / Beach Houses
Listen to the seagulls squawking, the waves breaking, the wind blowing through the reeds. See the sun rise over the dunes and set over the horizon. Be the first and the last on the beach when sleeping in one of the twenty remote Kijkduin beach houses.
3) Slapen op De Boot / Sleeping on The Boat
Amidst the greenhouses of the Westland, this charming B&B boat is perfect if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. The small boat has two clean bedrooms, a kitchenette, plus a shower cabin and private terrace on shore. Although you cannot take the boat on a trip, it is possible to fish, swim, or explore the surroundings by canoe.
4) Kasteel de Wittenburg
A monumental farmhouse around 1600, built into a castle-like mansion in 1899, transformed into the hotel it is today: this Wassenaar estate has seen many changes over the past centuries. Sleep in one of its ten exclusive castle rooms and suites and spend the night in the quietest and most upscale suburb of The Hague.
5) The Garden House
The tiny houses in this 1647 residential courtyard are only available for the extended stay of single women with limited means. There is one exception: the Garden House is slightly larger and available for couples as a B&B, offering a unique opportunity to experience life in an environment where over the centuries little has changed.
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