Hodshon Huis

Hodshon Huis


Hodshon Huis (Hodshon House) on the river Spaarne in Haarlem is a listed neoclassicist mansion which was built in 1794 for the extremely wealthy Catharina Cornelia (“Keetje”) Hodshon.

Modest and distinguished on the outside; rich, exuberant and delicate on the inside. In 1903, the house was extended with a magnificent, neogothic auditorium which overlooks the garden and the river Spaarne. Add to this exquisite period rooms in the main house and it is clear to see why this is the perfect venue for your reception, conference, presentation or dinner party. In short, Hodshon Huis in the centre of



  • Maximum group size: 150
  • Capacity of largest room: 150
  • Reception capacity: 150
  • Dinner capacity: 120
  • Cabaret capacity: 40
  • Maximum capacity: 150
  • Number of reception rooms: 2


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