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Hotel in the village of De Waal, the centre of the island
Location: Hotel Brasserie Rebecca is located in a farmhouse in De Waal, the smallest village of Texel. Centrally located on the island and close to the Waalenburg nature reserve. Here you will find special…Read more
Hotel Brasserie Rebecca is located in a farmhouse in De Waal, the smallest village of Texel. Centrally located on the island and close to the Waalenburg nature reserve. Here you will find special orchids and you can enjoy hiking, cycling and bird watching. The villages of Den Burg, Oosterend and Oudeschild are only 3 to 4 kilometers away.
The luxury suite is equipped with two single beds and a TV. The bathroom has a bath and toilet.
Stay based on bed and breakfast. There is parking. Hotel Brasserie Rebecca has a restaurant with BiB Gourmand award. In the bar with fireplace you can enjoy a nice drink. There is a large garden with a terrace. Jeu de boules courts are available. You can also rent bicycles.
The restaurant is closed on Mondays.
|Surface area||44 m2|
|Outside area||10000 m2|
|Location||In / near village <1km
>1 km from village
|Accommodation facilities||single beds
Half board available
toilet in bathroom
TV on all rooms
|Shared facilities||Car park
We are available from Mon to Sat from 9:00 to 17:00
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From the hotel it is easy to walk the Sommeltjespad.
The Sommeltjes pad is a walking path near the village De Waal. It leads you through “tuunwallen” and fields of sheep, over the oldest part of Texel and through nature reserve Waalenburg. The Lieuw has made a walking path from Oosterend to de Slufter. This crossing, over mainly farmland, shows how the northern part of Texel was reclaimed.