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bed & breakfast de Torenvalk

B&B de TorenvalkWell situated on the border of the provinces Noord-Brabant and Limburg

B&B de Torenvalk is located on the edge of the parish Grashoek, situated near several nature reserves and attractions. This makes B&B de Torenvalk ideal for walkers, cyclists and motorcyclists.

Our B&B is also great for people who are on a business trip in the northern part of Limburg or the eastern part of Noord-Brabant.

We are located next to a charming forest with several hiking and biking trails. Motorcyclist or classic car drivers can use our Bed & Breakfast as a starting point for several beautiful tours. For example a village tour along the Meuse River to the beautiful city of Nijmegen, or a loop through the southern parts of Limburg and back through Germany.

Our B&B is suitable for individuals, couples and small groups. We have 3 guest rooms including one room with two single beds. The shared bathroom and toilet are situated right next to the rooms. Breakfast is served in the common living room where you can also enjoy a drink, magazine or book in the evening. In good weather you can read or relax in one of the several seats in our lovely landscaped garden. Here you can watch the house martins fly along and with a little luck our Kestrel (“Torenvalk” in Dutch) is breeding. After an active day (or not so active day as you wish) you can relax while enjoying a drink by the fireplace on our cosy terrace.

Because of our own pets: dogs, goats, cats, chickens, and ponies we unfortunately cannot allow bringing your own pets. Horses are the exception of course.

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Will met een jonge torenvalkWill with a young Kestrel


About usNice to meet you! We are Gerrie and Will van England.

In 2007 we purchased a former farmhouse in the parish Grashoek with the intention to start a Bed & Breakfast in 2013.
The last years we have been busy turning 12000 meters farmland into a landscaped garden, with an orchard, vegetable garden and a toad pool. We have renovated the house with ecological living in mind. We use a solar water heater, rain water for our washing machine and to flush the toilets and our water is partially heated by a wood stove. We have split the farmhouse into the Bed & Breakfast and our own house.

We are thinking about building an ecological cabin on our property in the near future.