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Apple Tree Cottage - charming studio in our city garden - is a historic house renovated in 2018 and located in a quiet private garden in the historic town center of Gouda. This place was truly outstanding. The cottage is located in a courtyard behind the owner’s house, and contains a kitchenette and bathroom on the ground floor, with a spacious bedroom upstairs. The location is excellent, however the best thing about it are the people who run it, who went above and beyond to make sure that my stay in Gouda was perfect, from recommending a place to get dinner, to letting me keep my baggage in the shed all day, even after I’d checked out so that I could explore the city unencumbered. I’ll definitely be back!
Het Suikerpandje is offering accommodations in Gouda. It is a small private house with 2 floors which can be exclusively used by the guests. The seating area features a smart TV. the apartment was just wonderful--so much space for 2 or even 4 people. Every thought was taken care of--there was wine for purchase and a stocked fridge with beer for purchase. the location was terrific if your plan was to the old center of Gouda--about one block away, really.
Located just 2.4 mi from De Goudse Schouwburg, Bed & Breakfast ‘t Westergouwertje features accommodations in Gouda with access to a bar, a garden, as well as a shared kitchen. It's right on a canal, and the scenery is beautiful. Clean, self-contained, with kitchen and bath - made our stay in Gouda very comfortable. Very close to our favorite club - Fun4Two, in Moordrecht.
This town has beautiful architecture, churches, street art, and historical sights. There also many unique shops and wide variety of restaurants. Try sampling the various cheeses, you will probably buy more than you can carry. There are many other sights of interest nearby, Gouda would make a nice base for the region.
We didn’t have much time to explore as we came for a friend’s birthday party but we had a couple of walks in the old town, really nice. We loved the architecture of the houses by the canals. Cheese is to die for!
very pretty tourist town, with beautiful historical church, and other buildings. Lots of great places to eat in the main town centre. Try and go when the cheese markets are on. the Stroop Koeke factory tour was also really great!
Gouda is a fascinating old dutch town. We took our time going through the 30 stations of the self-guided historic tour and thoroughly enjoyed learning about this small yet once very important merchant/trade town. The annual Beach Festival was going on during our visit and we got to watch some beach volleyball games on the market square (on sand that was brought in). Disappointingly, the Verzetsmuseum was closed (apparently being moved and re-conceptualized) but we could still soak up quite a lot of history--while tasting some great cheese, too! We missed the weekly cheese market, though. If you want to experience that, be sure to visit on a Thursday.
Fascinating and well-defined old town for those who are prepared to read up the available literature, which is not voluminous, and simply look around them at the multitude of fascinating historic buildings, nearly all of which are either lived in or used for various purposes. The choice of eating places was too large to have any list of preferences The inner, and old town, is essentially defined by a square canal system easily walked from one side to another in twenty minutes.
a breath of fresh air after the touristy crowded (dirty) atmosphere of amsterdam. the museum is nice (loved the Gouda pottery collection) and St John's Church is not to be missed!! We bought the combo ticket for the museum, church and a coffee....a good deal and it makes you do both! Leave enough time for the church in your travels--the 16th century Goudse Glazen is spectacular!