Where is South-Holland?South-Holland is the largest Dutch province situated in the west of the country. The main cities are The Hague, the official seat of the Dutch government, and Rotterdam, a busy port and a rich intercultural city. You'll also find many other well-known towns, such as Leiden, Gouda and Delft. Choose a B&B South-Holland in one of these lively spots or along the beautiful coastline. A curious fact is that since 2020 the country often referred to as Holland has been called the Netherlands. 'Holland' only really refers to two of the beautiful provinces of this country.
The Hague, capital of South-HollandIf you want to explore the province of South-Holland in the Netherlands, visiting their provincial capital is an obvious must-do. Staying in a B&B in The Hague is the ideal way to get to know this beautiful city, the royal family's residence. You'll also find the fascinating Mauritshuis, the Escher Palace or the iconic Peace Palace. If you fancy some more light-hearted entertainment, the Ferris wheel pier on the Scheveningen waterfront will surely delight!
Rotterdam - a plunge into modernityBooking a B&B in Rotterdam means being surrounded by modern architecture, even though it is one of the world's oldest and busiest ports. After the catastrophic bombings of World War II, the city was completely rebuilt from scratch. During your stay in South-Holland, take advantage of the famous Cubic Houses, the Markthal, the Erasmus Bridge or the Boijmans-van Beuningen Museum. In addition, you can easily reach other places in the Netherlands from Rotterdam, such as Amsterdam, less than an hour away by train.
Discover the windmills of Kinderdijk in B&B.Book a Bed and Breakfast in South-Holland near Kinderdijk and experience the charm of typical Dutch landscapes. Kinderdijk is a charming little village near which you can admire a perfectly preserved network of windmills, a World Heritage Site. You'll soon understand how the Dutch have skillfully managed the water that has always threatened their low-lying country! You can also visit the mill museum and discover the stories of the millers, take a boat tour or visit a pumping station. Best of all, you can take beautiful sunset photos!
Keukenhof: the most beautiful spring garden in the worldOnly open for eight weeks in spring, the Keukenhof is a dazzling spectacle of thousands of tulips bursting with colour! Close to the town of Lisse, with 32 hectares of parkland, Keukenhof is one of the must-see wonders of South-Holland. Book a unique B&B near the Keukenhof and experience the thrill of the Netherlands in bloom!