Reviewed by 10 guests
Excellent location near river Maas
Hotel De Keurvorst enjoys a history, which is centuries old. In the past this hotel was a renowned magnet for travelling tradesmen. Nowadays this hotel is much-loved by tourists visiting Ravenstein to explore its surroundings, as well as business people seeking to escape the chaos of city life. The hotel has over 10 different rooms, each with its own character. The rooms come with age-old features, yet also offer guests all the comfort and luxury of our modern age. All standard rooms are equipped with an ensuite bathroom with a shower and toilet. The rooms also have a television with cable channels and a telephone. Furthermore, the hotel has a luxury room with a bath for guests looking for that little bit extra. This room can also be transformed into a honeymoon suite on request.Surroundings
Ravenstein lies in the characteristic surroundings of the river Maas, old dykes, water meadows and breathtakingly pretty villages. This makes the area extremely suitable for walking and cycling trips. A 15-minute walk from the hotel will take you to Ravenstein's train station. You can be in the city of Nijmegen within 15 minutes or in Den Bosch within 25 minutes by train. Hotel De Keurvorst can easily be accessed by car, as it is just a 2-minute drive from the A50 motorway.Food and Drink
Breakfast is available from 07:00 until 10:00 on weekdays, and from 09:00 until 11:00 at weekends. In the summer months you can enjoy a delicious à la carte lunch and dinner on the outdoor terrace or in the bar. The bar is also the place in Ravenstein where everyone stops by for a drink and a nice chat. You can enjoy a game of billiards, and the bar has a separate smoking area. During the winter months you can take a seat in the dining room, offering 24 covers. Here you can enjoy dinner from 17:00 in an intimate and stylish ambience. The restaurant serves outstanding European cuisine accompanied by good pre-selected wines.
10 Reviews100% of guests recommend this hotel
In the heart of Ravenstein