De Durgerdam hotel takes over 17th-century sailor’s inn on dyke outside Amsterdam

Dutch hospitality company Aedes has pushed Amsterdam‘s building restrictions to their limit to convert a heritage-listed tavern into an all-electric hotel.

De Durgerdam hotel occupies one in a row of almost identical gabled buildings perched on a seawall on lake IJmeer, which together make up the small village of Durgerdam near Amsterdam.

Constructed in 1664, the building originally served as an inn for sailors and fishermen, its white-painted clapboard facade acting as a beacon for boats that could pull right up to its deck in the Zuiderzee bay of the North Sea.

De Durgerdam hotel is set on a seawall outside Amsterdam

Due to recurring flooding, the village was cut

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