Boutique Hotel De Blauwe Pauw

Experience the grandeur of the 1900s in today’s comfort in De Blauwe Pauw (Blue Peacock) Boutique Hotel in ’s‑Hertogenbosch. This warm and hospitable bed & breakfast is housed in a colonial town house dating back to 1899 with an Art Nouveau conservatory and highly decorated ceilings. This fits in perfectly with a stay at the most hospitable city in the Netherlands and its rich history, listed buildings, museums, shops and many cafes and restaurants. Or to quote a previous guest: “A warm welcome, good beds, a wonderful shower, great breakfast, and all this in a beautiful building. You will be really pampered here and we’ll definitely be back. The hospitality was outstanding, wonderful luxurious accommodation and a delicious breakfast.

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Experience the grandeur of the 1900s in today’s comfort in De Blauwe Pauw (Blue Peacock) Boutique Hotel in ’s‑Hertogenbosch. This warm and hospitable bed & breakfast is housed in a colonial town house dating back to 1899 with an Art Nouveau conservatory and highly decorated ceilings. This fits in perfectly with a stay at the most hospitable city in the Netherlands and its rich history, listed buildings, museums, shops and many cafes and restaurants. Or to quote a previous guest: “A warm welcome, good beds, a wonderful shower, great breakfast, and all this in a beautiful building. You will be really pampered here and we’ll definitely be back. The hospitality was outstanding, wonderful luxurious accommodation and a delicious breakfast.

Spacious rooms
De Blauwe Pauw offers seven rooms each with its own ambiance and character. With sizes between 30 and 37m2 it can accommodate a total of fifteen guests and is accessible via the stately staircase. The hotel does not have a lift, but it does have a lovely town garden where you can enjoy unexpected peace and quiet within walking distance of the historical centre. Ton, your host ensures that guests are made to feel very welcome and speaks English, Dutch, French , German and Italian!

’s-Hertogenbosch and surroundings
's-Hertogenbosch is of course famous for St John’s Cathedral, generally regarded as the highlight of Brabant Gothic. The town is also home to the Noordbrabants Museum, the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center and ’s-Hertogenbosch Stedelijk (Municipal) Museum . While taking a boat trip through the Binnendieze you will experience the centuries old defences from an unusual viewpoint. Or go shopping in one of the modern boutiques and enjoy genuine hospitality in one of the numerous eating and drinking places. If you want a trip out, the Groene Woud nature reserve, the Loon and Drunen Dunes, the Kampina and Vughtse Heide heathland are all within a short distance, as it the fortified town of Heusden and Efteling theme park.

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Hinthamereinde 13
5211 PL 's-Hertogenbosch
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