Accommodation and Wine & Dine
Information about hotels, bed & breakfast, campsites, appartments, holiday cottages and group accommodation in the region, look in the left row under Search.
Enjoy your meal
The Dutch love coffee (preferably with a cream cake) so there are plenty of places where you can drink coffee or tea. High tea is perhaps not as popular as in the UK, but there are quite a few places where you can order tea with sweet and savoury snacks.
For lunch, Dutch people often eat a filled roll. Try a roll with kroket, a real Dutch product of meat ragout with a crispy crust. Pancakes and poffertjes also have a place in the typical Dutch cuisine. Poffertjes [very small pancakes] are eaten smothered in icing sugar and topped with a lump of butter.
Look for adresses of restaurants, eating houses etc. in the left row in the categorie Diner & Going out.