At the prins Hendrik Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Venlo (called the German corner) the Snijders family will be delighted to welcome you. Our B & B is a beautifully renovated city building from 1900 with 4 rooms, completely authentic renovated. The rooms are located on the 1st and 2nd floor and are tastefully furnished with comfortable beds. All rooms have their own bathroom and toilet. The entire building is non-smoking. Our prices include breakfast, to be consumed in our eatery on the ground floor or in the room (in consultation with our staff).
Our eatery, which is chosen one of the 50 most authentic eateries in the Netherlands. The corner building on Geldersepoort / Monsignor Nolensplein in Venlo still exudes the atmosphere of the past. Surrounded by a rich shopping area and well-known department stores such as 'Die Zwei Brüder von Venlo', this area in the heart of Venlo is often referred to as 'the German corner' because of the German buying tourism that has been traveling to Venlo for decades.
The authentic eatery offers the opportunity for a varied breakfast, lunch and hot meal to your heart's content with a choice of; luxury fish dishes and tasty meat dishes. With two market days a week at your doorstep, it is almost obvious that fresh products and ingredients are the order of the day. So something for everyone! We are open on Sunday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Snijders family warmly welcomes you to our cozy establishment where quality, hospitality and cosiness are of paramount importance.
Eetcafé Prins Hendrik is named after prins Hendrik, husband of Queen Wilhelmina. prins Hendrik was born on April 19, 1876 as Heinrich the fourth child of Friedrich Franz II von Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Heinrich and Wilhelmina were related to each other. The Russian Tsar Paul I and his wife Maria were their common ancestors. The arranged wedding took place on February 7, 1900. On April 30, 1909, daughter Juliana was born. prins Hendrik was known for his many extra-marital escapades. He died on 3 July 1934 in The Hague.