Hotel Golfzicht

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Golfweg 15, , Noordwijk aan Zee, Zuid-Holland 2202
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Costs about the same, but rated 17% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Looking for a studio/appartment

by sandina

Salut,

I am mooving to Noordwijk in June for one year. I don't know how is the accomodations market there, expensive or not ??? I am looking for an studio there and if you had any tips and informations - websites , advices - Please let me know ...
THANKS

sandy

RE: Looking for a studio/appartment

by pedromandoval

Hey man i had the same problem like you when i arrived to Holland.Then somebody told me to look a realestate agency, and i did.There is a lot of them im Amsterdam.What i did i registerd myself in some good agencys and ask them to reply me when something came in.I found the agencys threw a buisness directory called teleinfomedia bv and they had a site called www.telefoongids.bz there you could find a lot of real estate agencys.
So good luck finding a house

RE: Looking for a studio/appartment

by roominkatwijk

Hello Sandina,

What you can do too is stay in my room the first time only(minimum 1 month, but only 180/month). I know it is not the best place on earth. And then look for better if you are here. Other Estec-trainnee(I think you are) did it too.

More info on my website: www.home.zonnet.nl/mailboxvanjohn/kamer/indexeng.html

best regards,
John

RE: RE: Looking for a studio/appartment

by pieter_jan_v

I saw a 3 room offer for Euro 450 per week (!!) at: http://www.woninghuren.com/index.php?plaatsnaamID=60

PJ

Travel Tips for Noordwijk aan Zee

Parking

by ealgisi

Parking in the town is allowed under payment.
I wasn't able to find a parking place without pay and make sure you pay it otherwise the ticket can be 50 EUR.

From 9 PM to 10 AM parking on the road that goes right in front of the sea, is free.

Sacrifice Of The Be-killed

by RoyJava

This beautiful war-monument you can find in Noordwijk. It is designed by sculptor Corinne Franzen-Heslenfeld, born in The Hague, and, placed in Noordwijk on November 15th. 1952.

It is all made of white, natural stone and the young woman kneels with naked upper part of the body. She is in total devotion, looking down. She is partly Dutch, and partly Indonesian (named an Indo, or half-cast). The statue want to express her alliance with the war-victims of the colony of Dutch-Indies who gave their lives in freedom (1945-1950). The kneeling young Indo woman symbolizes this sacrifice with her body and attitude ... next to this war-monument is the socle, made of white, natural stone, too. Included the words of the prominent Wim Ramaker and Ben van Bohemen.

It is located on a small square, at the corner of the Rembrandtweg and the Berckelstraat, Noordwijk.

Seaside Resort Noordwijk

by RoyJava

"Number Three"

As far as I know this little seaside resort used to be a small village named Noordwijk where there is nothing to do. Sorry Madame Noordwijk for that conclusion! Apologize for that!

For now I do know Noordwijk already existed 2000 years BC (!!!) and the first citizens, probably fishermen, lived there around 1200 AD. It was written down as "Norwige, Northeke, Norwik", and some other simular names. And around 1860 Noordwijk became a seaside resort for the rich and famous who specially came for the medical sea-water of the North Sea ... just like in Scheveningen near The Hague.

Noordwijk turned into number three seaside resort and got famous for its flowers all around, named the Bollenstreek (Area for Flower). My elder pictures of Noordwijk I lost, and returned on a very cloudy day with a beautiful, dramatic, really Dutch grey background ... I promise to place some sunny photographs soon, ok?

Thanks anyway for visiting

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