Westerkwartier has some very special options for overnight accommodation. Spend the night among the lord’s pew benches that once belonged to noble families in a charming church in the village of Den Ham. Enjoy the stylish chic and comfort in the countryside of Opende or Lettelbert. Meet the animals and enjoy stunning panoramic views of the lands at the Oosterheerd farm. There’s so much to see and do in Westerkwartier.
Holy nights in Den Ham
Den Ham -
Sleeping in a church is certainly a different way to get through the night! And Den Ham is the place to do just that. Beautifully located in a pastoral setting, this charming small church with a kitchenette and bathroom also features a couch, a bed and four beautiful lord’s pew benches from the 18th and 19th century that were once used by members of noble families. Admire the bright blue ceiling from the comfort of your bed. No need to bring any food, because the Den Ham villagers serve breakfast upon request.
Camping de Watermolen
Opende - De Watermolen campsite is perfect for a well-deserved active stay in a tranquil, spacious and scenic area with plenty of lakes and canals. If you’re looking for just that little more comfort during your holiday, choose a glamping tent or a stylish water villa. In the high season, the campsite is a magnet for families looking for quiet countryside holidays. Take a fresh dip in the lake, go angling, explore the area, climb a tree and roast marshmallows. It just doesn’t get any better than this.Read More
Aan het Diepje
Lettelbert - Aan het Diepje combines that great feeling of the outdoors with some indulgence and comfort: the perfect ingredients for a lovely holiday. Located near the city of Groningen, come and spend the night in the ecolodge, a safari tent or a traditional wooden caravan. In addition to cows and sheep, this rural spot also has a sandbox and trampoline. Take a dip in the Lettelberterdiep canal, go canoeing or set sail in an electric boat. Worked up an appetite? Feel free to collect some eggs and pick some herbs from the vegetable garden to whip up a yummy snack.Read More
In 't Holt 1654 Grandcafé & Lodging
Zuidhorn - The first craftspeople arrived in ‘t Holt in the village of Zuidhorn in the 17th century, during the days when the innkeeper provided guests with a warm welcome for an overnight stay. This is also where he made sure he gave them the very best the region had to offer. Things have not really changed much through the centuries, with the current owners still obtaining their products from the region, serving good food using fresh ingredients, pouring a good wine and ensuring that the rooms are well taken care of. Feel free to come by for a drink and snack.Read More
Leek - If you love animals, you should check out the Landgoedboerderij Oosterheerdt. Daily life at this impressive farm at the Nienoord rural estate in Leek revolves around their animals. With over 300 sheep that graze the farmlands, in summer Groningen Blaarkop cattle take their turn. The B&B opens up to the contemplative garden with a stunning view of the Nienoord lands.Read More