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Fletcher Hotel Frerikshof

Fletcher Hotel Frerikshof

Frerikshof 2, Winterswijk 7103CA

4.0 out of 5.0
3.7 out of 5 (22 reviews)

Situated in Winterswijk, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Winterswijk City Park, St. Jacob's Church, and Boogie Woogie …

Hotel Restaurant Stad Munster

Hotel Restaurant Stad Munster

Markt 11, Winterswijk 7101 DA

4.0 out of 5.0
3.7 out of 5 (35 reviews)

Situated in Winterswijk, this hotel is steps from St. Jacob's Church and Winterswijk City Park. Boogie Woogie Foundation …

Hotel - B&B Nieuw Beusink

Hotel - B&B Nieuw Beusink

Nieuw Beusinkweg 20, Winterswijk 7103DJ

3.0 out of 5.0
4.8 out of 5 (4 reviews)

Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Winterswijk City Park and St. Jacob's Church. Boogie Woogie …

Bed & Breakfast de Achterhoek

Bed & Breakfast de Achterhoek

Tinbergenstraat 26, Winterswijk 7102JL

3.0 out of 5.0
4 out of 5 (1 reviews)

Situated in Winterswijk, this bed & breakfast is within 2 mi (3 km) of Boogie Woogie Foundation Institute for Arts and Cultur …

Marveld Recreatie

Marveld Recreatie

3.2 mi from Winterswijk
3.0 out of 5.0

Situated in Groenlo, this holiday park is within 9 mi (15 km) of Winterswijk City Park, St. Jacob's Church, and Boogie Woogie …

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Pocket Guide: Winterswijk

Winterswijk is a beautiful town in the province of Gelderland, well-known as the home of world famous painter Piet Mondriaan. The city is very close to the border with Germany and is beloved for its nature and history. Winterswijk is surrounded by forest and heath land, which is perfect for long walking or cycling trips. It also has plenty to do in terms of shopping and sightseeing.

Hotels near Winterswijk

There are around seven hotels in Winterswijk, with many more B&Bs and campings as well. For a small town seven hotels is plenty of choice, and all of them are spread around town, so depending on your preference you could either stay close to the city centre, or just outside of town close to nature.

Popular sights around Winterswijk

Winterswijk has quite a few popular sights. The first good thing to know is that the tourist office is located in the old city hall right in the centre of town. The new city hall is also a beautiful building that is worth a look. Just outside of Winterswijk there are quite a few mills worth visiting. The Sevink Mölle is a well-known mill and is a good choice as they also give tours and tell you more about the history of the typical Dutch mill. Besides the mills and buildings there are also a few gardens and even some vineyards. The oldest vineyard in Winterswijk, De Reeborghesch, organises tastings and tours.

If you’re not looking to go outside of the town, or you’re visiting outside of the wine season, then there is plenty to do within the Winterswijk itself to keep you busy. One of the biggest sights to see is the house of Piet Mondriaan. The famous painter lived in Winterswijk from 1880 until 1892. The house is now a museum displaying his art. Another museum to visit is the Museum Kunst Ende in the centre of town.

Additionally there are plenty of shopping opportunities in Winterswijk. The largest amount of stores can be found located on the market, or ‘Markt’ in Dutch. It is a square located next to the Jacobskerk in the centre of Winterswijk.

Last but not least, outside of Winterswijk there is a large amount of beautiful forests and heathlands. Winterswijk is the perfect place to start a day of walking or cycling. You could even cross the German border and cycle there, as it is only 7 kilometres away.

Hotel Facilities in Winterswijk

There are a good amount of hotels to choose from in Winterswijk. Each hotel has its own qualities and specifications, so make sure to pick a hotel that matches your preferences. Stay closer to the border of the city to experience the nature in the area, or pick a hotel in the city centre to experience the daily hustle of the locals and be close to all the shops and restaurants your heart desires.