Rooms

Boardroom

The contemporary boardroom is located on the second floor. This room looks out over the classical formal garden on the one side, and the cityscape on the other. This room includes a large projection screen as an integral feature. New works of art are continually placed in the boardroom. We are more than happy to inform you further about the artwork at  Huize Frankendael.
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Salons

The salons on the first floor look out over the surrounding gardens. The fireplace in the big salon was originally located in the mayoral residence. The ceiling is decorated with the earliest rococo stuccowork to be found in the Netherlands. The grand, striking salons are truly exceptional event venues.
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Garden room

The garden room on the first floor was added in the 18th century and boasts views across the formal gardens from three of its windows. This truly is a unique and inspirational space for a private meeting or dinner; in fact the garden room is often utilised as a breakout room.
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Coach house

The coach house is the space that still most resembles an atmospheric farmstead right in the city centre. It offers endless possibilities. A mobile bar allows for events both in and outdoors. Its covered patio is a feature unique to this space.
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Old kitchen

The 18th century kitchen remains intact. The atmospheric yellow ochre room with its china cabinet is popular with companies looking to have lunch or dinner in an ambient, tranquil setting.
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