Overasselt is located by the Meuse river and there are plenty of walking and cycling opportunities. It is 2,5 km distance from the nature reserve the Overasseltse and Hatertse fens. The formerly fortified (small) city of Grave lies across the Meuse at 5 km.
The center of the oldest city of the Netherlands, Nijmegen is 12 km from the B&B. Both cities offer plenty of dining opportunities.
If you want to see a bit more of the Netherlands: Arnhem and 's Hertogenbosch are at 45 km. Amsterdam is 120 km.
Some of the best mountain biking in the Netherlands can be found in the woods around Nijmegen. If you can not bring your own: mountain bikes are for rent in the area.
There are plenty of cycling opportunities. Through the cycling junction network you can easily chart your own route.
Some of the best mountain biking in the Netherlands can be found in the woods around Nijmegen.
If you can not bring your own: regular bicycles and mountain bikes are for rent in the area.
Nijmegen and Grave offer plenty of bars and restaurants for a magnificant night out. You can of course find many options online, but we're more than happy to provide our personal recommendations.
Nijmegen and Maastricht rival over which town is the oldest city in the Netherlands. Both cities had Roman presence. In Nijmegen you can see the remains of a Roman bath house in the foundations of the casino on the bank of the Waal river. Since Nijmegen is a university town, it has a lively city center that has plenty of bars, restaurants and shops that cater to a wide range of tastes.
The formerly fortified town of Grave lies across the river Meuse. It has a small and cosy city centre with some nice shops and restaurants. Grave is worth a visit and only 5km from the B&B. The bridge over the Meuse to Grave was one of the bridges that the Allied forces captured as part of operation Market Garden in WWII. A monument commemorating the paratroopers landing in the fields around Overasselt can be found on your way to Grave.