Catch a breath in an absolutely rural environment
De Zeelandsche Hof
Zeelandsche Hof is a beautiful terp farm dating back to 1850. Arable farming is still practised and there is a camp-site with 10 hikers’ cabins. The hikers’ cabins have comfortable beds and a complete kitchenette. Located in Millingen aan de Rijn and part of the Gelderse Poort nature reserve. Millingen aan de Rijn has been part of the municipality of Berg en Dal since 2016. An ideal starting point for various cycling and walking routes. A cycling trip to Millingewaard nature reserve with, among other things, the tea garden, Nijmegen, Kleve, Emmerich, the Veerpontjes route and the Ooij polder, to name only a few. Strolling over farm trails, the well-known Pieterpad passes by us. Relaxation, space, birdsong and wonderful views—it is a joy to be surrounded by all this natural beauty!
Warning: Hiking in Germany is allowed!
It is allowed to walk across the German border as a Dutch hiker, provided that no acces is made.
Read more about the rules on the ANWB website.
Camping & Hikers’ huts
Open from April through October.
Check-in after 02:00 p.m. Check-out before 12:00 p.m.
We have 25 camping sites with electricity, with room for the campers on the camping field.
- Wastewater disposal
- Water tap
There are 10 hikers’ huts, 5 of which are suitable for 2 adults and 2 children.
- 2 / 4 persons
- Required utensils
- Clean sheets and pillowcases
Different prices and times apply to the four-day trip.
- A pleasant week
International Four Day Marches Nijmegen
The International Four Day Marches Nijmegen
Always a special and very pleasant week! Different prices and times apply during the four-day trip.
(Taking into account a module for deviating prices)