Award winning B & B near railway station Our guest suite / apartment (€ 115/€ 135 a night for 2 persons, extra person € 25/€ 30 a night) is suitable for a maximum of a family of 3 adults or 2 parents and 2 children. The guestroom (€ 75/€85 a night for 2 persons)is suitable for a maximum of two persons. Our B & B is suitable for people who: * enjoy the city during daytime but want to spend the evening and night in a beautiful quiet, safe area with everything on hand. * don't come by car. Staying with us means you don't need a car really as we have excellent acces to public transport to and from Amsterdam, the airport and many destinations more. * arrive by car but don't want to use their car frequently and enjoy free parking. You can park here free along the road as long as you want. * want to have everything at hand. On just a short walk you'll find: a supermarket (open 7 days a week till 10 PM), shops, terraces, 5 very good restaurants, were you get real value for your money, take-away(Chinese, Thai, traiteur, Dutch snacks), swimming pool, boat and bike rental. The famous open air museum De Zaanse Schans with it's windmills, railway station Koog-Zaandijk (from December 10 new name Zaandijk-Zaanse Schans) with a direct connection with railway station Amsterdam CS right in the historical city center (4 x per hour, 17 min) We a middle aged couple, professional writer and musician, are living in a large U-shaped green wooden house a listed building dating 1694.
4.8 on October 21, 2014
My wife and I stayed at the B & B Zaanse Koopmanshuis Anno 1694 for 2 nights in September during our European road trip. This B & B exceeded our expectations. Kelly and Fred were very nice hosts. It is a short walk to the train station, restaurants and stores. It is located on a scenic river and there is a windmill just down the street. There was plenty of on street parking. The outside garden was filled with beautiful flowers. Amsterdam is about a 20 minute train ride away. We were particularly impressed with the history of the house as well as the wonderful way it is decorated. Jim & Lynda S. Columbia, Maryland USA
5 on September 03, 2014
Grazie,grazie,grazie!!! Non dimenticheremo mai l'accoglienza a dir poco calorosa, l'affetto e la gentilezza nei nostri confronti, la disponibilita' di affittare parte della vostra casa a perfetti estranei e farci sentire come in famiglia!! La camera dove abbiamo soggiornato e' stata arredata alla perfezione,ordinata,pulita,calda,e con tante accortezze che nemmeno potevamo immaginare! Un vero nido!! Non dimentichiamoci poi la colazione:per tutti i gusti,preparata con maestria e tanto amore,dal dolce al salato,con buonissime marmellate fatte in casa,il tutto servito su una stupenda tavola guarnita con fiori freschi tutti i giorni! L'unico rammarico e' di essere rimasti solamente 2 notti,ma speranzosi di ritonare al piu' presto perche' posti come questi rimangono nel cuore!! Con tanto affetto Giacomo e Selene. soggiornato i giorni 19 e 20 agosto 2014
5 on September 20, 2011
Wij hebben als stel een voortreffelijk verblijf gehad. In alle opzichten heeft het Zaanse Koopmanshuis ons bewezen winnaar te zijn van "Beste Bed&Breakfast van 2009". De communicatie was voorafgaand uitstekend. Bij aankomst zijn we ontvangen door de eigenaresse Kelly die ons een rondleiding gaf door het huis. We hebben ons op zeer ontspannen wijze laten voorlichten over alle voorzieningen in en om het huis. In de keuken stond ook als verassing een heerlijk flesje wijn klaar. Waarna als slot van de rondleiding alvast onze ontbijt "wensen" werden genoteerd. Het huis heeft veel historische karakterstieken en een intieme gesloten tuin waarin je gegarandeerd tot rust komt. Het bed was goed, ik had geen klachten als rugpatient. Maar wat mijn verwachtingen overtrof en het verblijf compleet maakte, was de badkamer met een 2 persoons jacuzzi EN een Finse sauna! Na een lange dag wandelen, is het heerlijk bijkomen in deze prive welness. De huis eigenaren, Kelly en Fred, hebben ons vriendelijk te woord gestaan en zijn goed van vertrouwen. Via deze weg willen wij Fred en Kelly bedanken voor onze voortreffelijke verblijf. Wij komen graag weer terug!
3.8 on August 09, 2011
No fue facil localizar la casa de Lagedijk 52-54 porque estaba lloviendo. Yo venia de Espana sin ropa de abrigo y sin paraguas. Al llegar, el matrimonio Snell me ofrecio un pullover, una cazadora y un paraguas para poder utilizar durante los dias de mi estancia. Me trataron muy bien y ademas me ayudaron a buscar informacion sobre el tema de investigacion que me habia llevado a Koog aan de zaan.
5 on April 16, 2011
Kelly and Fred are excellent hosts and run a lovely bed and breakfast. We have two children age 8 and 12 and stayed in the apartment for four nights. The breakfast is one of the best and most generous we have ever had at a b & b. The surroundings are very nice and clean. It is a very short walk to the train which takes you into Amsterdam in minutes. The area is safe for a family and for parking your car! The city has a wonderful historic area where there are a number of working windmills and demonstrations of the making of wooden shoes, cheese and lumber being sawed. I would love to visit again and would highly recommend this b & b.
5 on December 13, 2010
THe owners, Fred and Kelly, were outstanding hosts. I would stay at their Inn again without hesitation, and can highly recommend it to anyone. There were 5 of us in our party, and rented out the entire Inn. We had such nice conversations with our hosts, and they had bicycles waiting for us when we arrived so that we could cycle around the area (through windmill country) ... gorgeous. The food they provided for us was the highlight, for me at least. The garden and outdoor dining ... the quaint rooms ... the historic value of the Inn ... the hosts .. all made for a fantastic introduction to the Netherlands. A quick train ride took us to Amsterdam .. very easy to maneouver.
4.4 on September 25, 2010
Our first time staying at a B&B. We were very happy with our accommodations. We arrived earlier than expected, surprising Kelly, but it was no problem at all. Both Fred & Kelly were easy to talk with and were always very interesting and helpful. Once we got used to our surroundings, it felt like home. Our room was fresh and clean and all the amenities were as advertised. The use of a laptop and free WiFi was very helpful in planning our travel routes. Parking on the street was convenient and a short walk to the train station - a definite plus. All in all, a great place to stay. Would definitely come back again! Thank you Fred & Kelly for making our stay enjoyable. Say hi to Tigger from us.
4.8 on June 28, 2010
We had biked all day from Amsterdam and didn't have a reservation for a place to stay. We found Kelly and Fred's place on the map in town and crossed our fingers - and it was more than we could ever hoped for. The jacuzzi tub and beautiful bathroom was a dream come true and breakfast in the morning was just what we needed to start another day of biking. Everything was excellent!
5 on August 13, 2009
Kelly and Fred were perfect hosts for our 5 days at their wonderful historic home. Not only were they flexible in our comings and goings but the breakfasts were amazing and served meticulously. We felt very welcome plus they were so knowledgeable and answered our questions. We had a very gracious stay in their home.
4.4 on July 26, 2009
We - a couple - spent three nights at t Zaanse. The room was gorgeous and with bathing gowns provided and the make up of the room and entire house we felt like in a posh hotel. The owners were friendly and helpfull and the cold breakfast really nice. Our room and bathroom were under the roof and very tall people might feel a bit cramped. We found it cosy. The area - a mixture of industrial sights and very old, traditional houses, canals and windmills - is very quiet and nothing for people who want to feel right in the middle of things. But the B&B is close to a trainstation and trains to Amsterdam run every 30 minutes. We would recommend this B&B any time.
Winner Dutch Bed & Breakfast Award 2009 Guestroom on the first floor of the quiet backside of our house, a national monument, listed building dating 1694. The room has its own stairs and hallway, two single beds standing next to each other but which also can be separated on request, two comfortable chairs with a table, television, DVD-player, radio/alarm clock, radio/CD-player, free Wifi and coffee- and tea making facilities. The private bathroom has a wash basin with illuminated and heated design mirror, a wellness shower’ with infrared light, toilet, design radiator, hairdryer, luxury towels, bath robes and toiletries. At the private hallway you’ll find a safe, a small fridge, microwave, plates and cutlery. You can use the garden terrace. Maximum two persons. As our guestroom and guest suite have no connection we are sorry not to be suitable for large families or groups.
Nightly Rate: EUR 85 - EUR 85
Nightly Rate: EUR 85 - EUR 85
The guest suite (50 m2) is suitable for a maximum of (a family of) three adults or two adults and two children. Sorry, no exceptions. Prices are for two persons. Extra bed € 30 a night (<12 years € 25 a night). You'll all sleep in the same room. Minimum stay two nights. No connection between guest suite and guestroom, sorry not suitable for large families or groups Luxury guest suite with fully fitted kitchen diner, jacuzzi and private Finnish sauna with light therapy. The guest suite facilities include a comfortable sitting area, a desk, 40 inch flat screen TV with chromecast (Netflix), DVD, CD, alarm clock, free Wifi, washing machine and drier, and a fully fitted kitchen-diner as well as luxury bedding, bathrobes, towels, sauna accessories and toiletries. On just a short walk you'll find our small railway station with a direct connecton with Amsterdam Centraal Railway station. The train runs every 15 minutes and it will take you only 17 minutes. Free parking along the street.
Nightly Rate: EUR 125 - EUR 135
Nightly Rate: EUR 125 - EUR 135
15 min from Amsterdam historical centre., 6 miute walk to famous open air museum, Volendam & Marken, Haarlem, Alkmaar (cheese), the coast, Countryside, Downtown
Amsterdam, Netherlands (AMS-Schiphol) 15 miles
From Amsterdam: From the ring road (A10), follow the A7/A8 motorway towards Alkmaar. At the Zaandam intersection continue along the A8 motorway towards Alkmaar / Beverwijk, and leave the motorway at the exit Zaandijk/Koog aan de Zaan. On the exit road keep to the right, and at the end turn sharp right. At the T-junction, turn right under the viaduct and immediately after the viaduct turn left. At the next T-junction, turn left under the same viaduct. Drive past the factories: our house is the 2nd on the right, wood finished with green paint, Lagendijk 52-54.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, In the spring, many flowering bulb fields, Zaanse Schans open air museum with many windmills, the sea, dunes, beaches, Dutch poulders & dikes , Amsterdam, Haarlem, Alkmaar, Leiden, Delft, On a short walking distance 12 windmills,, Monnickendam, Volendam, Edam, Marken , Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Winery, Zoo
Other, Historic Inn, Homestay, Apartment
Washer/dryer , Apartment: jacuzzi and privat Finnish sauna, Guestroom: infrared light in bathroom, Apartment: washingmachine and dryer, Bikes for rent € 7 per day, Apartment: a fully fitted kitchen-diner
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Windmills, Windmills, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Kelly is author of non-fiction books, Fred is a musician.
Dutch, English, French, German
What began with a request from friends to provide accommodation for 'their' interim manager for one or two nights a week soon developed into our Bed & Breakfast. Our U-shaped house - with nine rooms, three bathrooms, and a large enclosed garden - is ideally suited both to receiving guests and to our work as a writer and musician. Moreover, we have discovered the enjoyment of welcoming guests. Since March 2008 a steady stream of guests, ranging from businessmen/women to tourist have visited us.