Benoordenhout – a protected cityscape of the Netherlands - is the greenest area of the Hague. The wealthy local and expat communities choose this neighbourhood for its safety and serenity on the one hand and very close proximity to the liveliness of the City centre on the other.
Family is at the heart of this neighbourhood, which is why many great schools and family-friendly food and drinks establishments are located here.
Don’t miss the magnificent Japanese Garden - the crown jewel of Clingendael Park – for its stunning atmosphere.
You will also find a great selection of sports facilities for tennis, golf, football and rugby. When taking a route down the architectural memory lane, see “the Nirwana”. Located on the corner of Benoordenhoutseweg and Willem Witsenplein, it is known as the very first apartment building in the Netherlands. Don’t miss Ruychrocklaan 221 where you will find a monumental bungalow built by R. Romke De Vries on the roof of a bunker from World War Two.house rules / manual general provisions