Quiet location in the village, a few minutes on foot from the Hoornse forest and the nature reserve "De Koegelwieck". The hotel has 3 cosy standard rooms with shower/toilet, TV and telephone. Furthermore the hotel features the new spacious "Ireland Suite" ´and the romantic cottage behind the hotel. Both have shower/toilet, TV, telephone, radio/CD-player, coffee/tea facilities and nice armchairs. The cottage also has a bath and private terrace. All rooms have wireless Internet. The Irish eating-house serve island and Irish specialities ´ from 5 pm onwards.
The three standard rooms are located on the first floor of the hotel. There are two rooms with a double bed and there is ´´one room with two single beds.
The cosy double rooms are clean and equipped with a LCD TV with DVD-player, telephone, shower, toilet and washbasin. Every room has a desk, two chairs and a hanging wardrobe/chest of drawers. The rooms have box spring beds.
Guest of the standard rooms can use the coffee and tea facilities for communal use on the first floor.
DThe rooms are tidied and supplied with clean towels every days.
Prices and availability
Eenvoudige maar comfortabele kamer, prima douche. Heerlijk eten in het restaurant (zowel ontbijt als diner). Fijne locatie.
Wel teleurstellend dat wij niet in de Koegelwieck konden overnachten vanwege het invullen van de verkeerde data van aankomst en verblijf
Vanwege de bovengenoemde reden. Er werd wel gezorgd voor een goed alternatief. De sfeer was er prima en heb genoten van de Ierse muziek
voor herhaling vatbaar
aardige mensen, goed verzorgd ontbijt, goede schoonmaak, goede matrassen
- Pets not welcome
- Non smoking
- Internet available
- Type of accommodation: Hotel
- Number of persons (minimum): 1
- Number of persons (maximum): 2
- Number of bathrooms: 1
- Number of floors: 1
- Time of arrival: 15:00
- Time of departure: 10:00
- Hot water shower
Audio / internet
Map & surrounding area
Hoorn is home to fascinating buildings and inhabitants. Next to 13th-century St John's Church, you see the 'Sjouw'. This ball was hoisted to indicate to farmworkers that is was time for lunch. These days, lunch or dinner can be enjoyed in one of the various catering establishments. One of Hoorn's prominent residents was Jean Dulieu. The writer and artist is the creator of Paulus de Boskabouter (Paulus the Forest Gnome). Nowadays a Kabouterpad (Gnome Trail) can be found on the woodland side. Hoorn is truly a place for both lovers of nature and tranquillity, and those seeking action and fun - with Hessel & Tess in concert for instance. A trip east worthwile.
- Sea: 2.4 km
- Beach: 2.2 km
- Dunes: 400 m
- Centre: 4.2 km
- Bus stop: 100 m
- Shops: 35 m
- Forest: 450 m
- Indoor swimming pool: 9.3 km