Our stay was only a one-night stopover after long drive from Sweden, which meant late arrival after their restaurant was closed. However, the very friendly young lady on reception volunteered to prepare food for us: as we don't eat meat we turned down the offer of meatballs and she presented us with huge plates of good crispy French fries and lovely crunchy salad served at proper table in the bar area. This, together with excellent beer, meant we were satisfied travellers and returned to very comfortable, clean room with twin beds. Shower room had heated towel rail and two sachets of toiletries but no hand soap: after long journey it's nice to wash hands before tackling the luggage so it would be a useful addition to overall comfort. Shower area tiled with nowhere to put toiletries being used. Room was peaceful and quiet with no audible sign of others. Breakfast (included in price) was typical Dutch from my experience but lacked any fruit, fresh or tinned. Having stayed in wide range of overnight accommodation I thought it strange in this day and age when everyone is used to their "Five-a Day". Even very basic places usually offer the (cheaper) apples/pears and/or tinned fruit. The coffee was excellent, served with hot milk requested. Plenty of cheese, cold meat and boiled eggs, cereals plus a few bread rolls left (rest was packet sliced bread), quality jams and plentiful spreads,
There is ample free parking on site and reception always open as someone will appear: they seem to cover bar area too, at least during the day.
This is small and friendly, not a "modern chain" style, set on edge of small town with walks/cycle tracks and countryside. It is also a restaurant but as we only sampled our late evening salad and chips we're not in position to comment on it. Excellent stopover.
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