‘Great view on Murgtal and Black Forest’

Michelin

‘The Löfken family runs a hotel, where you feel at home’

Michelin

‘A Country House straight from a picture book, with one of Germany’s best country kitchens’

Der Feinschmecker
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Hotel Prinsenhof

Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands
  • One time residence of the Head of State
  • Two restaurants under historic roof
  • Stylish interior design

De Prinsenhof was founded in 1436 as a monastery for the Brethren of Common Life. Later it became the residence of stadtholder Willem Frederik of Nassau-Dietz (1613-1664), before being used as barracks and a military hospital.

From € 159 per night More info
Picture perfect. The small Hattem castle is postcard pretty SpecialBite

Kasteeltje Hattem

Roermond, Limburg, Netherlands
  • Smallest castle in Holland
  • French dishes with a Mediterranean twist
  • Staying the night in the coach house

The smallest castle in the Netherlands, Kasteeltje Hattem, nestles in Roermond city park. Surrounded by trees and greenery, complete with a moat and pond, this authentic castle now is a little paradise for connoisseurs.

From € 169 per night More info
Warm and friendly reception in a historic ambiance Seasons

VAN ROSSUM Café, Restaurant, Stadshotel

Woerden, Utrecht, Netherlands
  • Heritage from 1762, design interior
  • Mini local produce market
  • Warm and friendly bar

The arsenal in the centre of Woerden is a listed building dating from 1762. Carefully restored and sustainably renovated, it has been transformed into Van Rossum café and restaurant and Stadshotel Woerden.

From € 115 per night More info
Fresh quality produce transformed into Italian design, lively and always elegant Gault&Millau

Winselerhof

Landgraaf, Limburg, Netherlands
  • Historic estate farm
  • Superb Italian cuisine
  • Aken and Maastricht nearby

The Winselerhof from the 16th century was originally a charming country manor. Currently the manor farm is a unique hotel with Italian restaurant.

From € 99 per night More info

Kasteel de Wittenburg

Wassenaar, South Holland, Netherlands
  • Dine and stay in a castle
  • Top museums in The Hague
  • Not far from the sea

Kasteel De Wittenburg was built in 1899 by the aristocrat Helenus Marinus Speel­man, a descendent of Cornelis Speelman, a 17th­-century governor of the Dutch East Indies – modern­-day Indonesia.

From € 160 per night More info

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