The house was built in 1902 and is fully renovated according to the needs of the owners and their guests. The area where you will stay is called `Buiten Witte Vrouwen` and our direct surrounding is called in an informal way `Tussen Spoor en Singel`, which in English means ‘Between Railway and Waterway`. The Railway which is running along the house is out of use since many years and so will not cause any disturbances any more. It belongs to the National Railway Museum which is almost next doors to the house. Your room is furnished in a cosy and practical way and is located on the second floor of the house and is accessed by using stairs only. The shared bathroom and toilet are situated one floor above your room. The house is used in a quit way, since only the two owners live there while their 4 children left the house. The atmosphere will certainly please you. If you want to bring your bike, no problem it can safely be parked in the private barn.

If you plan to arrive by car, please take notice that within Utrecht you will have to pay for parking. It might be better to park your car elsewhere, near town at a P&R location which is far cheaper or even free.