Een der Koningshoeven

  Torentjeshoeve 7, Berkel-Enschot      (+31) 651 99 19 52     more than a year ago

The beautiful Een Der Koningshoeven farm is situated near a forest on a country estate that, as the name suggests, used to be part of one of the five farms that King William II had built in 1832. Many of these buildings have been used by the Cistercian Order, otherwise known as Trappist monks, since 1881. However, two of the holdings were sold to random buyers and one has been converted into lovely accommodation. There is space enough for two people in this little house, which has been designed with natural materials, but if you’re with a large group you can make use of the dormitory in the attic.


Outside seating
Guarded parking




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