AddressWeert 9 MaastrichtSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Located a 5-minute drive from the historical centre of Maastricht, Buitenplaats Vaeshartelt originates from the 17th century and was once occupied by King Willem II and famous Dutch industrialist Petrus Regout. Free parking on site is possible.
All rooms feature a TV, a safety deposit box and a desk. The private bathroom is fitted with a shower.
The spacious park around the property, including a vineyard, potager, fruit trees and ponds, is accessible for guests. Regional and seasonal dishes are served in Vaeshartelt’s restaurant. In good weather, guests can relax on the terrace at the park side or in the Secret Garden.
The outlet shopping centre Maasmechelen Village can be reached within 20 minutes by car. The National Park Hoge Kempen, suitable for hiking, is a 30-minute car journey. Train station Maastricht-Noord is a 10-minute walk away. The accommodation also offers a shuttle service to Maastricht's city centre.
If you feel like walking, you can visit Rivierpark-Maasveile, Heuvelland or Sint-Pietersberg, all within less than a 30-minute drive.
Check out: until 10:30 - Monday until Saturday Check-out: until 11:30 - Sunday
Taxi vouchers to the city centre of Maastricht is available at a reduced price.
Free shuttle to the city centre of Maastricht on fixed timings with reservation. This service is only available on Saturdays.
Please note there is an extra charge for the cultural heritage of 1,95 EUR.
Please note that extra beds must be requested in advance and that the price of EUR 45 excludes breakfast.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- 24-hour front desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Shuttle service (free)
- Free WiFi
Runs a variety of boat cruises on the Maas.
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