Groups from Canada and northern U.S. states will be right at home in The Netherlands during the fall season, where there are plenty of venues that are perfect for taking in the seasonal transformations.
Het Glazen Huis
Glasshouses are the perfect vantage point from which to view fall foliage. Het Glazen Huis, a former greenhouse in Klarenbeek, has been transformed into a comfortable setting with a capacity of 80 that fits the bill as both meeting venue and a place to view the colours of the season.
In an added touch that is guaranteed to delight your guests, Span of Control, a truly unique equestrian program is available.
A national treasure, Hulstkamp Gebouw is one of the few historical buildings in Rotterdam to survive World War II. This event venue, which was once a cheese and butter factory and later a gin distillery, is happily situated on the banks of the Meuse river. 30 to 1,000 guests can enjoy the view of the Erasmus bridge and the river in this building that has been through an extensive makeover in 2012.
The Winter Garden continues to be a crowd pleaser and Amsterdam and Rotterdam Halls have been modern furniture and fixtures in a historical setting.
The fall is the perfect time to host a meeting at this country estate in Lattrop. With 41 guest rooms, 8 meeting rooms, and ample green space, small to medium groups will be comfortable. Between meetings, groups can unwind in the 20-meter swimming pool or get a workout on the all weather tennis courts or at t he driving range.
With 30 guest rooms and 4 meeting rooms, one of Holland's oldest castles in the heart of the forest in Zeist, is an ideal environment for executive retreats.
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