Mercure Deventer 3

Weg 121 Netherlands, Deventer, 7418DA, NL
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  • Families50
  • Couples0
  • Solo40
  • Business46

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Deventer seen from the A1 highwayDeventer seen from the A1 highway

Monkey in the middleMonkey in the middle

Brink squareBrink square

Sibella looking at a picture of me (?) hahaSibella looking at a picture of me (?) haha

Forum Posts

where to stay?

by morganspal

Any B&B?
Pension?
reasonable hotel?

Re: where to stay?

by ATLC

Gildehotel is a reasonable and nice hotel inthe € 68-92 price range.

See my Netherlands page Accomodation tips for more details.

In the same street is a B&B (above a bakery) but I don't know the exact contact details.

Or contact the Deventer tourist information at

www.vvvdeventer.nl/engels/index.htm

Re: Re: where to stay?

by ATLC

btw.... I stayed at the Gildehotel several times.

Re: Re: where to stay?

by Pavlik_NL

Hi there,

Maybe a bit late, but this I can tell you about the bookstown of The Netherlands in accomodations.

Most typical, but not that cheap, is the hotel in the centre called "De Leeuw" (The Lion). Information you find at www.hoteldeleeuw.nl

Very funny and not that expensive is
B&B Villa Kakelbont,
Zutphenseweg 8, 7418 AJ in Deventer, Telephone +31(0)570-606264
Mobile: +31(0)6 29333560

In the neighborhood (Salland) are many B&B's or Farmstay-possibilities.

Best regards and have a wonderful journey in The Netherlands and Deventer.

Regards,

Paul

Re: Re: where to stay?

by PeteNL

What other places would you like to visit near D? And when are you planning to travel? Around Easter and may holidays might be tough(er) finding lodgings, unless you book in advance.
I also know there's a motel near the A1 highway exit, and if I'm not mistaken this hotelchains offers some bargains in weekends. I'll let you know if I find more!
Enjoy your time there anyway!
WIetse

Re: Re: where to stay?

by ATLC

The following two hotels are just off the A1

1.
There is a Mercure hotel at the entry of Deventer (just off the A1) but it's a bit long walk if you come by train.

http://www.mercure.nl/eng/m/hotel_17.html

H2110@accor-hotels.com

Special internet rate double room € 79 (normally € 90)

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2
Near Apeldoorn is Hotel de Cantharel (on the A1 to Deventer) which belongs to the Van der Valk chain.
Apeldoorn is 24 km. from Deventer.

http://www.valk.nl/gb/vestigingen/body/show.phtml?nummer=9

info@cantharel.valk.nl

Single room € 65
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Note: I still recommend the Gildehotel which I mentioned earlier.
www.gildehotel.nl. It's in the center of Deventer, 10 min. walk from station.

Re: Re: where to stay?

by ATLC

Then there's B&B:

http://www.vvvdeventer.nl/logiesOntbijt.htm (a list of B&B)

and www.vischpoorte.nl

Travel Tips for Deventer

Multiple Sport Facility: De Scheg

by pieter_jan_v

De Scheg is a combined sport facilty with:
-swimming pool
-ice scate rink
-play garden
-squash
-sport hall
-health center
-dance center Vreugd
-indoor golf
and more

Ice Rink Hours Mid-October - Mid-March:
Mo: 10AM-3.30PM & 8.15PM-10.15PM
Tu: 10AM-3.30PM
We: 10AM-noon & 2PM-4.45PM & 8.15PM-10.15PM
Th 7 fr: 2PM-4.45PM & 8.15PM-10.15PM
Sa: 2PM-4.30PM
Su: 10AM-4.30PM

Entrance Euro 5.10 (adult) Whatever is related to the sport you want to do: from ice skates to swimgear.

The weighing-house

by OlafS

You could be in luck, I wasn't. Deventer's former weighing-house was completely in wraps in 2002. But restorations need to be made, and I still could see that the building is an attractive one. It's in a combination of Gothic and Renaissance styles. Of course one day I will have to go back to make a better picture. Not that I mind. The restoration should be completed by now and has re-opened as a historical museum, with expositions about Deventer in the Middle Ages and the history of the building itself.

De Drie Haringen

by OlafS

The Three Herrings is the lovely name of this building from 1575, the best example of early Mannerism in Deventer. It was built for one of many merchants in Deventer who sailed on Bergen (Norway) to buy fish.

Charles Dickens

by MATIM

The city of the 19th century from Charles Dickens relives every year in the Hanse-town Deventer.
More then 350 characters from the famous books of this English writer, become to live at the weekend before Christmas (Saturday 18 December and Sunday 19 December) from 11.00 till 17.00 hour.
Scrooge, the ghost of Marley, Oliver Twist, Mr. Pickwick, Christmas Carol Singers, every one is there.
The festival is at the Walstreet, the Golstreet and Roggestreet.
Every year more then 100.000 people visit this festival.

My sister and I gave my parents the Charles Dickens weekend as a present for their 45 wedding anniversary last year.
They enjoyed it very much.

This is a drawing that you can find in front of the women prison.
Behind this wall a restaurant is situated

playing at square de Brink

by MATIM

At the Brink there was a big suprise for our kids, every Wednesday and Sundays from May till October the local toy museum give the children the opportunity to play at the brink.

I have add some more pictures of my playing kids in the travelogue

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