. Visited November 2017. Sent 8 Jan 2018.
You enter this establishment and there is a sort of reception desk with two counters. There are two rooms, one to the left and one to the right. Smaller one on the left (side of the street) comes with a kicker table and about 15 comfy seats. The right one is bigger and provides about 25 seats and a billard table. In-between there are about three or four internet computers with costs. Seats are all oriental living room suits by the way, quite comfy. There is an oriental theme going on anyway and dimmed lights. We were greeted by a young team of friendly Moroccan guys in their early twenties. Menu was about three types of wiet (Northern Lights, White Widow, Orange Bud and one Liberty Special) and about the same for hashish (all from Morocco). Got recommended their best which was Hia (10€/g) which wasn't that dark and tasting fruity, nice one! They weigh up for you here by the way! Crowd was mostly Arabs and Berbers, also bit of a men's club but there were several women sitting down, too. During our stay staff looked well after that tidy place! All in all: would return here!
. Sent 16 Nov 2006.
I spent a month touring the Netherlands and stopped at maybe 25 coffeeshops during my stay and the Liberty was by far the coolest and friendliest shop! The gear was right on par with any other shop I went to but the two Arab brothers that own this place were absolutely the nicest people I met on my entire trip. Very cool and comfortable seating on clean big couches and plenty of tables to work on. Internet access was a plus and various table games. This is a must stop if you are ever in the area!
. Sent 28 Jun 2006.
A large shop with lots of seating mostly on nice couches. Got a 2.50 pre-roll, and 6 E bag of White Widow. Well pleased with both. Computer came to about 1 E for a half hour. Friendly/helpful staff. Menu included such staples as Jack Herrer, and White Widow, which were sold in 6 or 12 euro bags. Recommended stop in this very cool town.