Brahms Bed and Breakfast is located in the heart of the historic centre of Utrecht, behind the Town Hall in a historic building from the 16th century that was rebuilt in the 19th century. Close to the Central Station, Jaarbeurs, Beatrix Theater and Stadsschouwburg. There are several museums around the corner, many shops, cinemas, restaurants, theaters, the famous canals of Utrecht and, of course, the Dom.
We are easy to reach by public transport or on foot (Central Station is only at 7 minutes walking distance).
There is an art gallery Rob Rademaker on the ground floor of our building.
Our Bed and Breakfast has two rooms, a sitting room and a bedroom. We can accomodate two persons.
The bedroom has a two-person (box spring) bed and the living room has a comfortable couch. TV and WiFi is available. In addition, there is a utility room where you can make your coffee (Senseo) or tea.
The bathroom has a bath-shower combination, toilet and a sink. There is also a hairdryer available.
The Dom Tower (with a carillon that srtikes every quarter of an hour!) is within hearing distance! There is also a cat in the house. She is reason that mice avoid this property, so we are very happy with her. If you do not want her in the B & B rooms, it is generally sufficient to keep the doors closed.
The rate of Brahms Bed and Breakfast is 100 Euros per night.
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was a German composer and pianist of the Romantic period, 19th century.
He was born on May 7, 1833 in Hamburg. His father, Johann Jacob, was a versatile musician who played both the French horn and double bass. His mother was a coupeuse.
Brahms became a real artist in Vienna and added great symphonic works to his already extensive oeuvre in the field of chamber music. He became famous everywhere as a pianist, accompanist and conductor and he went on tour in Hungary, Poland, the Netherlands, Russia, Denmark, France, Austria, Switzerland, England and Germany. He also became doctor honoris causa in Cambridge and in Breslau.
In 1870 Brahms stayed here in the house during his visits to Utrecht.
Read more on Johannes Brahms at Wikipedia