Romantik Blog

The country hotels of the Netherlands stand for stylish country life at any time of the year. You will find the Romantik Hotels & Restaurants mostly just a few kilometres across the German border: in the Twente park landscape, on the banks of the Meuse or in a sailing area near the North Sea coast. Among the Dutch country hotels is also one of the oldest inns in the country, which can look back on centuries of tradition.

Enjoy village tranquillity and fresh air at a country hotel in the Netherlands

Discover the green side of the Netherlands - your country hotel is surrounded by nature reserves, grassland and heath, dunes and waters. What else will you find here besides gentle nature? Village tranquillity and fresh air, of course. In addition, comfortable rooms behind the thick walls of a historic tower or the exclusive ambience of a 14th century fort await you. Enjoy the sun on the terrace of your suite, the open fire in the cosy guest room, or do something for your health in the hotel's wellness centre. For your fitness, there are of course hiking and cycling trails available. The flat Netherlands is best explored from the saddle of a bicycle: There are almost no inclines, "Fiets" have right of way almost everywhere - and are available for hire at almost every location. Go out on the water - for a sailing trip or a boat trip. Or test the greens of the nearby golf course.

Experience a lot and eat well

If you want to get a breath of city air in between, no problem: The Hague, where the Royal Family resides, Eindhoven for shopping or the cultural city of Arnhem are not far away. After an active day, the good food in your country hotel in the Netherlands tastes even better: look forward to top products from the region, fruit from your own cultivation, game from the hunter next door or fresh seafood. Check in at one of the finest country hotels in the Netherlands - book your Romantik Hotel & Restaurant today!

Parkhotel de Wiemsel

Romantik Parkhotel Het Gulpdal

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