The house with 'De Drie Vlasblommen' (the three flax flowers) is a listed, historic building dating back to the 14th century. The house was extensively renovated in the 17th century, as well as in the 19th century by the architect H.P. Berlage. The striking canal side house with its white facade is located on the Hoge der A, one of the most splendid wharves of Groningen.
Staying in this historic canal side house is like travelling back in time.
The B&B has a beautifully furnished historic interior, but at the same time it provides all modern amenities. The double suite is equipped with a television, a DVD/CD player and Wi- Fi. There is space for two additional guests, who can sleep on the sofa bed next to the fireplace. The bathroom has a double washbasin and a bath with a shower. If the weather is fine, you can sit on the outside terrace at the end of the long town garden. The B&B offers a private parking space at the back of the house (Lutkenieuwstraat 18-20). In the morning a generous breakfast is served, at any time you wish.
The B&B is located in the beautiful A-kwartier (the north-west quarter of the city centre), with its many terraces, shops, the market, guesthouses, museums, the A-kerk church and the Martini church and its tower just around the corner.