This idyllic B&B "Landgoed Nederhoven" is very suitable for guests who like an aristocratic entourage in a rural environment. These former horse stables can accommodate up to ten guests.
Landgoed Nederhoven is located in Beegden a rural area between Horn and Thorn. In the village the house is also known as “the little castle”. The hunting lodge and canal was built in 1614 on older foundations. Those who are looking for peace and quiet in the vicinity of the Maasplassen, forests and heather-land, will find it here. Small scale and personal attention are central to this special accommodation.
The Bed&Breakfast in the guesthouse consists of two floors. On the ground floor is a sitting room with wood stove, kitchen, dining area, shower and toilet. And also, a 2-person sofa bed. Through sliding doors, you enter the terrace on the canal, south facing, and in the shade of 200-year-old oak trees. On the first floor is a double room with washbasin. Via a second staircase there is a mezzanine, with a double sofa bed and a room with four single beds with washbasin.
“Het Koetshuis” is centrally heated. Firewood is for sale. Children and pets are welcome (please check first). There is free Wifi. And a cupboard with books, puzzles and games. The castle residents, the Van Basten Batenburg-Dahmen family, will provide breakfast with organic, locally sourced produce if required. In the immediate vicinity are special restaurants.
Besides tranquillity, the estate also offers sporting opportunities. Such as cycling and walking tours on the Beegderhei, in the Leudal, Groote Peel. The LAW Pelgrimspad, the Meinweg area and the Pieterpad are in the immediate vicinity of the Estate. The Nodes routes even pass by. You can also do water sports in the area. Water recreation is possible along the Maasplassen, Heelderpeel and 'Fun Beach'. Riding schools are located at a distance of 3 to 25 km. There are golf courses in Weert, Herkenbosch and Hunsel.
Places such as Roermond with the Designer Outlet Center, the white town of Thorn, the Belgian Maaseik, Stevensweert, Maastricht and Venlo are all worth a visit.