5 unique places to stay in Den Bosch
Den Bosch is a charming city in the south of the Netherlands where ancient churches, cobblestoned town squares and well-appointed museums reflect a picturesque piece of Dutch history and culture. Visitors can learn more about Den Bosch by booking a stay in one of the distinctive hotels located in its historic centre. Whether you want to unwind at a bucolic bed & breakfast set in an antique workshop, a renovated monastery or a colonial townhouse, these unique accommodations offer a taste of Den Bosch’s history and culture.
- Step back in time with a stay in a historic building, including a monastery and antique workshop.
- Experience the culture and cuisine of beautiful Den Bosch.
- Have an unforgettable experience at Den Bosch’s most unusual and stylish hotels.
‘t Keershuys is a beautiful hotel and bistro conveniently located in the centre of Den Bosch. It is easy to reach by taxi, public transport, car, boat or even on foot. The historic building stands proudly on the corner of a picturesque cobblestone lane, while the rooms echo the allure of the area, with luxury touches like king-size Auping beds in every one. Each suite is individually designed, showcasing natural elements like exposed brick and wooden beams, giving every space its own distinct character and warm atmosphere.
B&B Achter de Sterren
Situated on the ground floor of a renovated antique workshop, B&B Achter de Sterren is a lush hideway in the city centre. Guests will have the entire detached house to themselves, complete with a private entrance and sunny terrace. The self-service breakfast can be enjoyed under the apple tree in the courtyard, nestled behind the sprawling garden grounds of what was once a 17th-century farm. The private and peaceful surroundings ensure a restful stay in Den Bosch.
Hotel De Blauwe Pauw
The spacious accommodations in this city centre villa lend Hotel De Blauwe Pauw the grandeur of a bygone time. The hotel is set in a colonial townhouse that dates back to 1899. The building was once a tobacco factory and store, then later it was used as a doctor’s office. In 2017 it was renovated and transformed into luxury boutique lodgings. While some of the design elements reflect its Belle Époque style and 19th-century heritage, each of the seven rooms is outfitted with all modern comforts and amenities.
Hotel De Soete Moeder
The feel-good, do-good Hotel De Soete Moeder in Den Bosch’s vibrant centre was built in 1928 as a monastery. The grande dame, adorned with a statue of Mother Mary and surrounded by gardens and greenery, has the stately beauty of a monastery, but the rooms are far from ascetic, equipped with WiFi, flatscreen TVs and king-size beds. The hotel no longer has any religious association, but it continues to foster the convent’s community-outreach work by employing and training at-risk and disadvantaged youth. A weekend here rejuvenates mind, body and soul.
Little Duke Hotel
Little Duke Hotel is a stylish and affordable option in the centre of Den Bosch. Billing themselves as ‘little, but grand’, the 16-room hotel is a creative spinoff launched by The Duke Boutique Hotel. The high-design rooms each have their own look and feel, and range in size from 10 to 25 square meters. Even the smallest room is packed with extras, like a TV with free Netflix, heated mirrors, and free organic cosmetics. A special breakfast for Little Duke guests is served daily at The Coffee Lab restaurant.