Restaurant Posthoorn is housed in one of the two adjoining 17th century buildings. One can feel the richness of the Golden Century with a stunning blend of modern design and a classical Dutch regency house with high ceilings and vintage decor. Since 2008 restaurant Posthoorn is honored with a Michelin star and belongs to one of the 100 culinary hotspots of the Netherlands. Noordeinde 43 Monnickendam (10 minutes drive from the Inn)
The Broeker House
The Broeker House was built in 1775 by the Amsterdam city architect Abraham van der Hart. It shows the characteristics of a stately Amsterdam canal house and a large rural mansion. The building was built for the Deaconie of the Dutch Reformed Church, who used it as an orphanage and later poorhouse. It was then donated by the wealthy widow Neeltje Pater, on the condition that it would be used at all times for the benefit of the citizens. In the post-war years, Het Broeker Huis was transferred to the Municipality. In addition to Dorpshuis, required by Neeltje Pater’s perpetual clause, it was at that time one of the largest youth hostels in the Benelux. Today it still serves as a restaurant & Village Hall; it is also a busy location for parties and business meetings. As a House of the Municipality, it also offers the opportunity to legally marry.