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Make yourself at home in a room in our 4-star hotel in Nijkerk, close to De Hoge Veluwe National Park. You’ll be able to discover Gelderland, a green province in the heart of the Netherlands, where life feels as good as going for a walk. You’ll not only benefit from upscale services, you’ll also take in the natural and cultural richness of your surroundings.

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What to do in Nijkerk?

In our hotel in Nijkerk, you’ll benefit at once from a peaceful environment and from being close to numerous places of interest, from historic monuments to towns with a focus on art, and natural parks. An unmissable site in Nijkerk, the old Demis Roussos museum is now home to a permanent exhibit dedicated to Dutch pop music. In the picturesque village of Appel, a couple of miles from our hotel near Amersfoort, the De Hoop mill is a genuine nineteenth-century flour mill. It was recently restored and is still active; it grinds grain for animal consumption. Continuing your journey into the countryside, you’ll get to Nuldernauw and Nijkerkernauw lakes, which are adjacent to one another and are separated by a dam. Here, you’ll be able to go on a boat trip or go for a walk on the water’s edge, either on foot or by bike. In the evening, you’ll continue to make the most of the nature surrounding you, as delicious seasonal meals await you in our Golden Tulip restaurant…
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Things to see around Nijkerk

A stay at our 4-star hotel in Nijkerk is the perfect opportunity to discover Gelderland. After a hearty buffet breakfast served at our Golden Tulip restaurant, get on your bike or jump into your car and head to Kimbos Garderen. A lot of excitement, as well as some wonderful fresh air, await you in this adventure-climbing forest, some 12 miles from our establishment. Less than a half-hour drive away, Amersfoort is a town filled with art and history, with the river Eem running through it. While there, your day’s schedule will be filled with a walk alongside the canals, a visit to the house in which painter Mondrian was born, and a discovery of the houses built on the ramparts. Finally, about 9.3 miles south of Nijkerk, in the Oude ambachten & speelgoed museum (museum of toys and old vehicles) in Terschuur, you’ll be full of childlike glee as you travel back in time.
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Good to know before you go

  • Going canoeing on vast lake Eemmeer
  • Visiting the many art and history museums
  • Spend an afternoon at the zoo
  • Go for a hike in a protected natural setting
  • Taste the game in Achterhoek, the focal point of local gourmet life
  • Discover Amersfoort, the historic neighboring city


Discover our hotel in Nijkerk

Located on the city’s periphery and surrounded by a sprawling park, our 4-star hotel in Nijkerk is the ideal point of departure for a discovery of the Dutch province of Gelderland. In the air-conditioned rooms at our establishment, everything has been thought out for your comfort. You can also enjoy a moment’s relaxation as a family or among friends in our communal areas. Our hotel near Nijkerk city center, is less than an hour’s drive from Amsterdam International Airport, and can be reached within a few minutes when driving from the A28 highway. It’ll take you a few minutes on foot to get to the bus station, from where the bus network covers the city, as well as its surrounding area. From the Demis Roussos museum to the Hoop flour mill, numerous places of interest are within your grasp. When in the surrounding area, why not hire a bike to discover Nuldernauw and Nijkerkernauw lakes?