Rich historical backgroundHaarlem was once established as a Roman settlement and finally received its city rights in 1215. From that moment on, it developed into an important city in the Netherlands. With the first Dutch railway to Amsterdam and the first newspaper in the world called ‘Haarlems Dagblad’, Haarlem was considered to be a frontrunner in the field of technology. These important historical highlights are still visible in its cosy centre.
A gourmet's paradiseThe capital of Noord-Holland is a town for connoisseurs that spoils its visitors with exceptional gourmet restaurants. Have a high-quality cup of coffee in the morning, a local bite in the afternoon, or an exclusive dinner in the evening. Experience the Burgundian cosiness as well as a delicious breakfast in your perfect BnB. Book a BnB at Bed and Breakfast Haarlem for a culinary stay.
Stunning Church of St. BavoThis beautiful medieval church is in the top 100 of the Dutch UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The monument was built between 1370 and 1520 and has been the Symbol of the city for centuries. The tall facades contribute to the church’s beautiful exterior. However, the monument is just as breath-taking from the inside and is definitely worth a visit. It is open from Monday until Saturday throughout the whole year.
National Park Zuid-KennemerlandThe vast forest and dune area between IJmuiden and Zandvoort is famous for its particular animal species and its tranquil nature. Explore the amazing area by bike or hike one of the already existing routes. Are you into photography? Then the National Park Zuid-Kennemerland is the place to be for some extraordinary shots. Discover the perfect combination of nature, culture, and food in combinations with a pleasurable stay. Book your stay at Bed and Breakfast Haarlem and experience the charms of a B&B for an unforgettable weekend break.