When the Pilgrims left Leiden in 1620 they passed under the Vlietbrug on their way to Delfshaven. In England they acquired the Mayflower, because their ship had developed a leak. Near the Vlietbrug a monument by sculpture Gert van der Woude commemorates their departure for a New World. Through this bridge they sailed into an uncertain future. The family names of the Pilgrims from a part of the monument. Have a look at Vliet 9, a good example of a house of the period.
Charm and personal attention
An intimate hotel right in the city centre of Leiden.
The Huys van Leyden is an intimate hotel right in the city centre of Leiden
Between the two main Leiden shopping streets
Both at 'De Barones van Leyden' and at 'Huys van Leyden', the emphasis is on personal attention, convenience, style and relaxation.
A magnificent view over the city
City Resort Hotel has a magnificent view over the city
A wide diversity in hotel rooms
Tripadvisor winner in 2015
Business guests, groups, meetings and families.
Right in the middle of the characteristic city centre
Family hotel with spacious rooms
Very tasteful, listed conference hotel
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