Opposite Het Turfschip (The Peat Boat) lies the Leurse Haven; the historical departure point of Adriaan van Bergen's peat boat. In 1590, using Adriaan van Bergen's peat-filled boat, Prince Maurits captured the city of Breda from the Spaniards. A boat trip across these historically significant waters is therefore certainly worth the effort. You can also enjoy a lovely cycling trip through the woods and polders in the vicinity of Etten-Leur.
The rooms come with every modern convenience, such as a comfortable ensuite bathroom with a shower, a toilet and a hair dryer. The rooms also feature air conditioning, tea and coffee facilities, Internet, a small fridge, safe and a television.
iWhen would you like to stay at Het Turfschip Etten-Leur?
Further guest reviews will be added shortly.
You'll find many references to the world-famous painter Vincent van Gogh in Etten-Leur, including a statue and an information centre. Exploring Etten-Leur is ideal with Het Turfschip as your base. But you can also venture out to Breda, a great city for shopping with it's lovely boutiques, outdoor terraces and many good restaurants and cafés.
Food & Drink
Breakfast is served on weekdays from 07:00 until 10:00, and at weekends from 08:00 until 11:00. The restaurant is open for dinner from Wednesday to Sunday from 17:00 until 21:00. It is also possible to have lunch at the restaurant on Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 until 17:00. The bar is open daily from 12:00 until midnight.
from 15:00 - until 20:00
Number of rooms
Guests can make free use of wireless internet at the hotel.
The hotel offers free parking facilities for hotel guests.