Apartement Jacob van Ruisdael
Jacob van Ruisdael (1628-1682) was a Dutch painter, draughtsman, and etcher, known for his landscapes and seascapes. This apartment is suitable for four people.
There is a lot of speculation about the life of Van Ruisdael because there is little known about the painter: for example, his birth date and death place are subject to heavy debate. As far as is known, there is no portrait or self-portrait preserved.
Van Ruisdael became a Haarlem Member of the Guild of Saint Luke in 1648. The rules of the Guild provided that someone got the status of a pupil for three years and then was referred to as ‘free guest’ for at least one year. Ruisdaels’s talent was already apparent at a young age and we can take it as truth that he was admitted to the Guild as soon as he had reached the minimum age of 20.
Comfortable and modern two-room apartment (45 m2) with private shower, toilet, sink and luxury toiletries. You sleep in a double box spring with two single mattresses and separate duvets. The living room has a comfortable sofa bed, armchair and a dining area for 4 people. A flat screen tv and free fast and stable internet.
The attractive apartment, located next to the main building, is surprisingly complete and equipped with the following comforts:
- Relax Chair
- Dining area for 4 people
- Flat-screen tv with a large number of (inter) national radio & TV channels
- Tea/coffee making facilities
- Air conditioning in the bedroom
- Hair dryer
- Bed and bath linen
- Plates, cups, cutlery, etc.
- Fast and free wifi connection