Canal Garden Apartment 229
The Canal Garden Apartments are located in a completely renovated monumental building, in the heart of Utrecht ’s city center. These 11 apartments, that are located on ground floor, 1st and 2nd floors, are located in a former monastery courtyard that is connected to Utrecht’s main canal ‘The Oudegracht’ by the Zwaansteeg. The apartments vary from four loft style apartments on the ground floor, to one bedroom apartments and larger two-bedroom units, each of which has been decorated in a modern and comfortable style.
This apartment overlooks a garden which makes this location not only a very nice and quiet place in the heart of the city, but also a location that contributes to the background of Utrecht’s historical city center.
The serviced apartments inside this lovely building have recently been completely renovated and offer a modern interior that includes a dining area, comfy sofa, a brand new fully equipped kitchen, a bathroom, a separate toilet, one or two bedrooms with a double bed, an attractive view from the apartment at the front of the building, and a communal garden has been added to the apartment on the rear of the building. Combine the cosy interior of this location with its position in the heart of the city yet away from the daily fuzz of the city then you have the perfect location for your short stay experience in Utrecht.
We do not have a 24 hour reception, but we will make sure we are present at the apartment at the desired time to check you in. Please inform us of your estimated time of arrival.
Nearest busstop (Catharijneconvent) can be found on the Lange Nieuwstraat 38. Line 2 takes you to and from Utrecht Central Station.
This medieval grain warehouse finds its origin in second half of the 14th century (Zwaansteeg 11) with an extension later on, that can be accessed from Oudegracht 229. This building was originally accessible via a road under the Oudegracht building 227 and one can image it has a rich and long history.
The grain warehouse was significantly enlarged to its present size in the second quarter of the 17th century and its destination changed over time. The name ‘Pandhuis'(pawnshop) was given to the building after a bank of loan was established in the property in 1719. In conjunction with this, the original older building Oudegracht 229, renewed in 1764, was used as a home and office connected to the Pandhuis.
Oudegracht 229, Utrecht, Nederland