Hotel de Eik

Spoorlaan 43, Valkenburg, Limburg, 6301 GB, The Netherlands
Hotel de Eik
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Spaans Leenhof

by Roeffie

Dates back to 1661 (Land of Valkenburg was devided in to land belonging to Spain and dutch 'Staats' part). It served as a seat of the Spanish feudal lord. Since 1964 TIC Zuid-Limburg has it's base here so if you need information on where to stay and what to visit got to the Spaans Leenhof on Theodoor Dorrenplein in Valkenburg.

Tennis anyone?

by Sprucebeer

Yes this is a resort area and tennis is among the possible activities. When we were walking along the trail, we saw a tennis court in the back of another hotel? Anyways there was a tennis court. You can probably rent a tennis racket if you didn't bring yours. Running shoes, or sneakers to some people, are needed.

A monument of war

by tompt

The Bronsdael Groeve, just walk further along the Geul in the direction of Meerssen, is a monument of the second world war.

In 1944 the Germans started to spread their industries over a wider area in Europe, amongst others in Valkenburg. In july 1944 the 1500 dutch people were forced to work in Valkenburg. Under codename Valerie15 work started to build a repair-station for BMW 801 aircraft-engines. In September it was ready. Full capacity was planned for october/november, but it never got that far, because this area was freed in september by the Americans. All that is left now is concrete, lots of concrete. Legend has it that this was a launching base for V2 boms, but that is probably just a legend.

The Velvet Cave, a tour through the underground

by Pavlik_NL

Now, there are many more caves in Valkenburg aan de Geul. Five, to be exact, among which the "gemeentegrot" (municipal cave), the aquarium-cave and the "catacomben" (a copy of the famous ones in Rome). Most popular, and also recommended by me in combination with the ruins of Valkenburg-castle, is the "Fluwelen grot" (Velvet Cave). In the tunnels here, are various "charcoal"-drawings that give an extra dimension to the tunnels underground. The walls have been blackened and after that the artists carved out the image ... a technique that amazes when you stand eye to eye with it.

Kasteel den Halder

by tompt

In the 14th century kasteel Den Halder was first mentioned. Originally it was a strengthened tower, that together with the still remaining walls, the Berkel- and Grendelpoort , formed the defence line of Valkenburg. Todays building dates back to 1635.

The castle is not open to the public.


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