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Comfort Room A well kept room with air-conditioning, adequate for the shorter stay. It comes with a small double bed; we rent out the Comfort as a single room and also as a double. Everything you could…Read more
A well kept room with air-conditioning, adequate for the shorter stay. It comes with a small double bed; we rent out the Comfort as a single room and also as a double. Everything you could wish for in a hotel bedroom is available. The space arrangement is practical. Besides the box-spring bed there is a desk and a small sitting area. The bathroom has a shower and a toilet. The room is perfect if you only want a room for the night, with the use of all the hotel’s facilities, like internet and the two restaurants.
A rich history, a glimmer of nostalgia and great comfort. De Lindeboom is a three-star hotel in the heart of Den Burg, where hospitality has been the tradition for a long time. The building, dating back from 1891, combines an authentic atmosphere with modern facilities. Take some time out and let the real pleasure begin.
The rooms in Hotel De Lindeboom breathe nostalgia. Every room has a unique layout, formed by the contours of this historical building. It is stylishly decorated with warm colour accents, giving the rooms a classic charisma.
It goes to say that all modern facilities are standard. Individually regulating air-conditioning, free broadband internet, a colour TV with alarm radio, box-spring beds and key card system with dimmer switches create a comfortable stay. Extra luxury can be experienced in the hotel rooms with bubble bath, steam shower cabins and private sauna.
Location of Hotel De Lindeboom
Hotel De Lindeboom lies in the heart of Den Burg, the largest place on Texel. As soon as the shops open there is life on the streets. The centre has clothes shops and even a Hema (general store). There are also smaller shops to discover with an interesting array of goods. On market days the main square in front of De Lindeboom is buzzing with life. Many people who live on Texel and tourists enjoy a cup of coffee on the terrace. During the evening Den Burg breathes peace and has a good atmosphere. De Lindeboom is known for attracting culinary lovers.
The Brasserie, with her sunny conservatory, is a culinary meeting place for hotel guests, inhabitants of Texel and tourists. You will quickly feel at home with the wonderful hospitality. The doors are open the whole day for breakfast, lunch and dinner or for a delicious something in between. Our tip: taste the homemade tart with “Ervaring” (Experience), the house liqueur from De Lindeboom.
Drink and Spice room 't Schoutenhuys
On the spot where the schout (sheriff) ate with his companions, is now a characteristic restaurant. The modern kitchen provides a glimpse to the VOC history. The chefs use a range of spices from the East. Eating in the ‘t Schoutenhuys is a definite adventure. We serve the greatest dishes, sized down. “Taste and experience Texel” receives a new dimension.
Our hotel is located in the beautiful historical center of Den Burg and therefore we have not enough private parking places available to serve all our guest. You can reserve a parking place (upon availability). We charge € 6,50 per car per night. To make a reservation please contact us by phone (0031-222-312041) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If we have availability we confirm this before your arrival. Free parking places are available at 6 minutes walking distance.
We can arrange your parties, seminars, meetings or other events for up to 700 persons in our multi-functional rooms.
|Location||In / near village <1km|
|Accommodation facilities||single beds
Half board possible
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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Het hotel staat midden in Den Burg dus alle winkels en eetgelegenheden zijn vlakbij. Tijdens het ontbijt, dat overigens bijzonder uitgebreid is, heb je vanuit de serre ruim uitzicht op het grote plein. Overdag is het altijd erg druk in Den Burg maar 's avond wandel je er vrijwel alleen en krijg je een heel ander zicht op de interessante gevels.
Schoon hotel en schone kamer, vriendelijk personeel, prima en uitgebreid ontbijtbuffet en prima diners.
Sehr ruhig und sauber. Das Frühstück war sehr lecker.
Sfeer in hotel en restaurant, locatie, ontbijt en het personeel was goed. Jammer dat op maandag het restaurant naast het hotel was gesloten. We hadden daar graag ons 'afscheids' diner gehad.
Gezellig en schoon wel een beetje ouderwetse kamers. Wij hadden en kamer met een tussendeur en daardoor konden we de buren letterlijk verstaan.
Het hotel is erg geaellig ingericht ,vrienselijk personeel, lekker ontbijt en je kon er warm eten in de brasserie wat zeer lekker was en gezellig ingericht was. Kamers wereen goed onderhouden
Dit hotel ligt centraal voor zowel wandelen als fietsen en is met de bus makkelijk bereikbaar
gewoon alles is goed. conform verwachting
alles was ok behalve de parking vanwege verbouwingen,
Vor allem die Chefin....sehr nett. Und das Essen spitze!
Alles was netjes en het personeel heel vriendelijk
Alles was er piekfijn in orde
Très bon accueil du personnel ( réception et en salle) , hotel bien tenu, confortable et calme, excellent petit déjeuner dans une jolie salle en verrière
prima hotel, goede ligging
Tip: The Oudheidkamer. Hotel De Lindeboom is situated in the historic centre of Den Burg. Why not visit the Oudheidkamer (the antiquities room), the smallest museum on Texel? It's the ideal place to discover just how rich the history of Texel's biggest village is. The most impressive objects on display are the letters written by Aagje Luitsen. A resident of Texel, she wrote tens of letters to her husband Hermanus Kikkert. As a VOC officer, he was often away from home for years on end.