The floor of the Bacchus cellar e.g. was rescued from a 500-year-old church, where it should no longer be used and, together with pews, the self-designed and self-built bar, with its stools and tables, lends an extraordinary atmosphere.
In the attic of the house a bed with lion’s feet from Belgium found its place and gave the “Albert-room” its name, on the upper floor it was a heaven with the year of birth of Emperor Franz Josef, who set the crown on the “Sisi-room” and much more that underlines the unique atmosphere in Klein-Holland.
As a glass artist and glass painter (active also for the Dutch royal family) built the former landlord windows, doors, lamps and furniture in loving craftsmanship for the entire house. He applied his wife’s creative ideas with dedication and craftsmanship. Sketches and drafts of his work can still be seen in the house today.