Spacious room, private floor with large bath room, private desk, choice of pillows
The building itself has a rich history with many stories told by the people of Workum themselves.
The address Noard 66 goes back to 1658, whereas the foundations of the current building can be traced to 1896.
In 1908 the building was officially opened as a a Liberal Reformed Church.
Our rooms are equipped with the following amenities
- Cable TV
- Digital heating
- Free coffee & tea
- Free use of “Soxs”
- Free Wi-Fi
- Private bathrooms
Elfsteden Keamer - €129/night
Skûtsje Keamer - €109/night
Ground floor with garden view, private bath room, choice of pillows
Discover Friesland from Workum. Find out about what to do and see.
JOPIE HUISMAN MUSEUM:
People come from all over the world to see the works of Jopie Huisman (1922-2000).
He painted every day items with an incredible level of detail. His paintings tell stories of how people lived in these areas during the last century. [read more]
RENT A BOAT:
Whether with or without a sail, you access the Frisian lakes from Workum, or if you
dare, get out on the IJsselmeer for some serious sailing. [read more]
Hop on a (e-) bike and discover Friesland the way you’re supposed to, nice & slow.
Visit cheese farms, glass blowers, museum villages and pittoresque tiny villages all
within a 30 min bike ride. [read more]
The days in Friesland and Workum are filled with all kinds of events. Check out the
typical Frisian “Fierljeppen” (see pic) or check out the various “11-cities-races”
whether with old timers, bikes, canoes or … swimming… [read more]
The beach in Workum is world reknown among kite surfers. The waters are shallow and you can still stand for almost a whole kilometer from the beach side. Rent your gear at the kite & surf shop or just enjoy the spectacle. [read more]
Friesland has so incredibly much to offer culturally. Discover the many small towns (and small cities!) and learn more about their rich history and many traditions. A new experience every day. [read more]
Sustainability is a word and work in progress. It’s never done, but can always be done better.
Some things you will notice, other things are less visible.
Instead of a complimentary single use water bottle you will find a Dopper bottle on your bed.
You can keep it and refill it at all times. Your bedside reading light is a WakaWaka solar powered light.
We donate to the WakaWaka Foundation to Light Up A Life for every reservation.
And on your pillow: Tony’s Chocolonely chocolates, on a mission to make chocolate 100% slave free.