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    Hello I’m your Event Space

    Sharing is caring is what I believe in. With that in mind I created not 1 but 2 places for events like private dining and team building. I host private dining up to 40 people and everyone is welcome.
     
    My house is your house and I love to make you feel at ease. With my patio garden and my separate living area around the corner, I have 2 locations that can be adjusted to your wishes.
     
    My patio garden has a fire place for the starry and cold nights and an adjustable roof suitable for all kinds of weather. It is right in the heart of my home and next to my reception and living room. Depending on how you would like to do seating this location is perfect for groups between 10 and 35 people.
     
    My separate living area is located around the corner in the Spaarnwouderstraat in a monumental building and is self-contained. I wanted to share my love for plants, vintage items and local art. So I filled the 60m2 space and outdoor patio with fireplace with just that. I have my own small outdoor patio with big opening doors. I can host events for up to 40 people here. Have a look inside right HERE.
     
    An endless long table filled with fresh and local products. I’m one step ahead of all your needs and always ready to spoil you. Where I’m the go to person for everyone’s needs so you can sit back, relax and enjoy your event.
     
    I came up with a number of shared dining options ranging from E10.- up to E39.50. All made with local products and with local love.
     
    So let’s meet so you can tell me all about how you envision your event. The only thing you have to do is email me at melle@helloimlocal.com to schedule your coffee by my fire place.
     
    WARNING: Life is short, why not turn your diner into a sleep over. I have 13 unique rooms waiting for you to sleep in. You can even rent out my whole place and have it all to yourselves.
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