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Large hotel room in De Koog with wheelchair accessible balcony
The hotel contains 3 Rooms for disabled.
The room for disabled has a shower with chair, toilet and balcony.
Hotel Tesselhof (opened in March 2002) has 48 excellent spacious rooms with facilities such as a sauna, steam shower cabin and/or kitchenette. The hotel is situated close to the town centre and on walking distance from the woods, the dunes and the North Sea beach.
Adapted for handicapped, own car park, use of a bicycle shed, a bicycle hire service, a reception area, a lift, a lounge, a guest restaurant with large pavement café, a conservatory, children's furniture, a children's play area and a table tennis table.
Wi-FI is available in all areas and is free of charge.
The rooms are spacious and all have a comfortable sitting area, cable television, a telephone, a safe, a desk, an Internet connection, a tiled floor, a bathroom with thermostat taps and a choice of bath, sauna or steam shower cabin.
Many local specialities are prepared in the island kitchen. In the morning you can enjoy an elaborate breakfast buffet. In the evening the à la carte menu offers a broad selection of fish, meat and lamb specialities.
The Brons family and their staff look forward to welcoming you.
In / near village <1km
in /near the forest
|Accommodation facilities||single beds
Half board possible
Lockable bike shed
toilet in bathroom
TV on all rooms
|Shared facilities||adjustm. handicapped
We are available from Mon to Sat from 9:00 to 17:00
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De Koog has everything for a pleasant holiday, but you mustn’t forget to go to the beach – it’s only a walk away and it’s very liberating. So pull on your hiking boots and feel the wind in your hair or walk along the tide line in your bare feet and feel the soft sand ooze between your toes.