From count’s residence, Patrician mansion and bank to printer’s: the building at Wijnstraat 153 has served a range of purposes. These days you can come to Huis Roodenburch for a glass of good wine in a setting that recalls the grandeur of a bygone age.
Huis Roodenburch is no ordinary listed building. It is one of the city’s oldest stone houses and is a treasure-trove of history, with period rooms, a medieval wine cellar, an Art Nouveau room and 19th century paintings, to name but a few. If you come here to drink a glass of wine or to sit down for dinner, you can feast your eyes. Even the terrace in a hidden urban garden is a gem, and in 2017 it even won an award.
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Huis Roodenburch stands on Wijnstraat, where there are lots of monumental buildings to be admired. These include Huis De Onbeschaamde with its Romanesque facade and Dit is in Beverburgh, once built for Mayor Van Beveren and his family.
|Address:||Wijnstraat 153, Dordrecht|
|Open:||restaurant Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wednesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to midnight; wine bar Fridays and Saturdays from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m.|