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History Valerius Boutique Hotel 

From praying, to dancing to sleeping

In 1905, the Reformed Church on Dorpsstraat in Wormer, North Holland, was built in the Neo-Gothic style. In 1968, new construction was added to the back of the church. The church served until 1983 when the new Dutch Reformed Church 'De Wijngaard' at Dorpsstraat 134 was put into use.

Following the closure of the church, the building has served various purposes, including a snooker center and a nightclub. During that time, the church likely lost its church spire. Around the year 2000, the church was renovated into a residential house, with a café in the newly constructed section.

From 2019, the renovation of the church into the current Valerius Boutique Hotel began. Preserving the historic building and transforming it for a new purpose is a wonderful way to maintain and revitalize the heritage. The former Reformed Church on Dorpsstraat boasts distinctive architecture and stands as a landmark in Wormer.

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