B&B The Hague

    114 Bed and Breakfasts in and around The Hague, South Holland, The Netherlands

    Your stay in a B&B the Hague

    The Hague is both a lively seaside resort and one of the largest cities in the Netherlands. Famous for the International Court of Justice, the city is an important centre for international diplomacy. A B&B The Hague will delight you with romantic northern beaches, historical sights and a rich cultural scene.

    What to eat in The Hague?

    Although the Netherlands is not famous for its cuisine, the Dutch love to eat out and, despite the weather, sit outside all year round. You'll find the Dutch sitting comfortably at outdoor tables with electric heaters and warm wool blankets, even in winter! The Hague is known for its variety of culinary offerings from all over the world. Have a quick 'borrel', Dutch for an aperitif, in one of the many bars, or try the typical herring, smoked or raw. There is something for every taste and budget. For an original experience, book a multi-course meal in the Hoftramm, a former tram-turned-travelling restaurant. It will take you from The Hague to Scheveningen and back.

    Can you go shopping in The Hague?

    Shopping enthusiasts will not be disappointed in The Hague! All kinds of boutiques and concept stores can be found amongst the historic buildings. Also, take a look at one of the most famous department stores in town: De Bijenkorf. Continue through the famous Haagse Passage, an expressionist-style shopping street covered by a glass dome built in the second half of the 19th century. If you've not shopped till you've dropped yet, visit Europe's largest open-air market in the Herman Costerstraat. In the more than 500 stalls of the Haagse Markt, you can buy everything you want, from exotic fruit to flowers, fish to clothes.

    Getting around The Hague

    The Hague is easily accessible from Amsterdam by train, about one hour away. If you are visiting The Hague for the first time, the tourist tram is a great way to get to the main attractions. With a one-day ticket you can hop on and off at your leisure. Since many attractions, such as the Mauritshuis, the Binnenhof, the De Passage, the Peace Palace and Chinatown, are located close to the city centre, you can easily explore the most popular destinations on foot. If you drive, the Park & Ride car parks outside The Hague are cheaper and are conveniently connected to public transport. Tip: if you still want to reach the centre by car, daily parking tickets can be purchased in advance online at discounted prices.

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    After staying in a small accommodation in The Hague, venture to the picturesque city of Utrecht and experience its charming canals. Next, make your way to Delft, famous for its blue and white ceramics, before continuing to Leiden, a hidden gem boasting an impressive array of bridges and canals, second only to Amsterdam. Finish your tour in Rotterdam, a modern, cosmopolitan city with a vibrant cultural scene. Enjoy breaks in beautiful Dutch B&Bs, each furnished with attention to detail and sophisticated, contemporary minimalism.