I suppose the only good thing about this place is that it is somewhat spacious. Other than that, I cannot think of anything that is good about it. My husband & I stayed in a ground floor accommodation here. When we arrived, the room had not yet been cleaned. It was very dirty with food & stuff on the floor, and smelled musty & bad. We were told we could leave our luggage & belongings, and that when we returned, the room would be cleaned. Later that night, when we came back to the room, the beds were made, and the floors swept, but it still smelled musty and unclean. Although there is supposedly free wifi, and they leave a code in the room, it was basically non-existent, except for an occasional connection which would almost immediately disconnect. There was music played until nearly 3AM, apparently part of a jam session following a music festival held that day. The drumming went on, and on, and on, and along with that, the bed was uncomfortable, so I almost did not sleep at all. In the morning, my husband went into the bar to ask the hours of breakfast, and was told that 'There is no breakfast.' Later, as we were checking out, the proprietor said he was sorry that his son told us that there is no breakfast, but it was because his son did not realize there were guests. Instead of offering to go next door (where there was an open bakery) to bring at least some bread, rolls, cheese perhaps (after all, we were in Edam!) for our breakfast, instead, he sat down to read his newspaper . . . I would say, never stay there unless you are stuck in Edam, and there is no where else to stay, and you like listening to music going on until all hours of the night, and you don't care whether you have the ability to use wifi, and if you are a person who does not like to eat breakfast, etc., etc.
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