Apartement Pieter Teyler
Pieter Teyler (1702-1778) was a wealthy cloth and silk merchant, Haarlem banker and philanthropist. This apartment is suitable for four people.
Just like his father, Teyler worked in the textile industry and after his father’s death the, then 48-year-old, Teyler took over the business. Later in life, he focused more on the banking system with which he earned a lot of money. Teyler was best known for his 2 million Dutch gulden legacy. In his will, he wrote the legacy had to be donated to arts and science and building a garden for the elderly. Teyler is buried in the large Sint Bavo Church.
Comfortable and modern two-room apartment (45 m2) with private shower, toilet, sink, kitchen and airconditioning. 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