Hellingweg 54a, Scheveningen
About the apartment
This luxurious 2 bedroom 153m2 (!) apartment is part of the Nautical Center Scheveningen located at the second inner harbor of Europe's largest and fashionable bathing resort of Scheveningen, only 15 minutes away from the vibrant city center of The Hague with hotspots like Madurodam and the Louwman Car Museum. Apartment no.54a has a spacious terrace facing sea side and one balcony with harbor view overlooking the exclusive seaworthy yachts. It includes a secured private parking from where you can take an elevator to the apartment entrance. The apartment itself has been beautifully designed and furnished to the highest standard. A 'SONOS' music installation makes for a very unique, musical, experience throughout the whole apartment. In addition, the apartment offers essentials such as high speed internet, a large SMART TV, a fully equipped kitchen, a spacious bathroom, a separate toilet and laundry facilities. The comfortable boxspring beds guarantee a good night sleep. The living comes with a high quality bed sofa which sleeps very comfortable making this apartment even suitable for up to 6 guests! Within walking distance you find South beach, some of the best restaurants, a supermarket and the 'world famous' local fish shop Simonis, known for the best fresh fish in town. Holland's most famous seaside resort Scheveningen has an abundance of attractions and beach pavilions. So take a stroll along the boulevard to the famous pier with its new ferris wheel and put on your dancing shoes after sunset to enjoy the best of The Hague's nightlife. Beach life and city life go together in The Hague which explains why so many people come back to this wonderful apartment every year again!
Please respect our no pets policy for this apartment.
3D overview of the apartment
The 2nd harbour of Scheveningen was built around 1930. It was connected to the 1st harbour through a narrow passageway locally known as “the pipe”. In the surrounding area many smokehouses and fishmongers settled. After the Second World War the importance of fishing gradually disappeared and the smaller vessels vanished. Since then the 2nd port was becoming more and more a recreational and tourist area. Today a lot of old harbour related buildings have been replaced by residential buildings, shops and restaurants, attracting thousands of visitors during all seasons of the year. In 2018 this harbour will be hosting the final of the Volvo Ocean Race, a yacht race around the world held every three years. We dare to say that there is no other place in The Netherlands and maybe not even in Europe where tourists will find this unique combination of city culture and beach life on such a small surface.