Just outside The Hague lies the theme park Drievliet. In the 17th century it was a farm and later on a country house with a large garden park. The Faaij family rented the house in 1937. They started a local bar and later on there came a tea garden with a playground. After World War II the tea garden was doing real good so they could buy the entire property in 1950. Each resident of The Hague has ever visited Drievliet. First as a child with parents and later with school trips. And so it goes on for generations. In the early days it was mainly a large playground. Over the years, however, there were more and more scary and high attractions. On some days, when is is not as busy, it is possible to take the same ride over and over again. However, it may be possible that you will get nauseous. Some people are already getting sick of seeing a floating mill. Besides, the first floating mills existed hundreds of years ago. Initially you had to propel yourself, hanging from a rope. Around 1700 a horse pulled the loaded carrousel around. Today the flying chairs are powered electrically. To make it even a bit scarier the swinging mill in Drievliet can be tilt.
This short stay apartment depends in several respects from the other rental apartments in Residence Copes. Below you will find which features apartment Flying Dutch contains.
The rental apartments in Residence Copes have a number of features. Below you will find all features which all short stay apartments contains.
The Residence Copes is located in a safety area in the center of The Hague. The apartments building is easy to reach and near highways like the A13, A4 and A44. To reach the apartment building you can also use the public transport. The central station of The Hague is at a stone’s trow of the Residence Copes. With train from Schiphol Airport you will arrive at the central station of The Hague in 30 minutes. To move in the city of The Hague you can also use the tram which stops near the Residence Copes.