Laag-Holland (Low-Holland) is the collective term for the municipalities Beemster, Waterland, Purmerend en Zeevang. These small municipalities are located in the lower part of Noord-Holland and surround the city of Amsterdam. A few towns located in these municipalities are well known for their natural and cultural heritage such as Monnickendam, Marken and Broek in Waterland. Additionally, two of the seven UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Netherlands are located in Laag-Holland, namely the Beemster (1999) and Stelling van Amsterdam (1996).
VVV Laag-Holland (Tourist office Laag-Holland) developed a Dutch brochure with information about accessibility of restaurants, sites of interest and accommodation for people with limited mobility. The guide is written in Dutch, not in English, but below are some of the great suggestions given:
Accessible restaurants and sites of interest in Purmerend
Restaurant Eetcafé de Andere Oever, Oeverlanden 124. Wheelchair accessible entrance and accessible toilet.
Pancake restaurant de Pannekoekenhoek, Padjedijk 1. Wheelchair accessible, no accessible toilet.