x The average starting price for a place to stay in The Hague is £79 per night.
klove After Arnhem our next stop was Den Haag and we also booked the local Stayokay there. Since we couldn't really enjoy our stay at Stayokay Arnhem we were worried to face similar problems again, but we were glad to see that the Stayokay Den Haag was way cleaner than its Arnhem equivalent. The service was very friendly and helpful. The beds and room were clean and the hostel is centrally located. Unfortunately, it took 20 minutes by car to go to the coast, but that was alright. A minor con is the minimalistic facilities of the rooms which seems to be the case for all Stayokays.
sonitek This place is very colorful and have nice, surfers climate. It's perfect place for grab a cup of coffee or eat something. But camping? Nooo. This place is very messy. Theoretically you have available kitchen but there is nothing except sink and table. You can't get nowhere hot water for tea. In the shower is a lot of sand, campsite (for 6 tents) is dirty and there is a lot of old, unnecessary stuff. I'm not satisfied, I don't recommend this camping. But maybe you'll like it.
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