6 accommodations in Bunnik

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Postillion Hotel Utrecht Bunnik in Bunnik Hotel
Distance: 612 meter7.9
Postillion Hotel Utrecht Bunnik
Baan van Fectio 1, Bunnik

Ease of access and comfort guaranteed at this hotel, with a charming terrace and rail connectivity.

Stayokay Utrecht - Bunnik in Bunnik Hostel
Distance: 2,7 km8.3
Stayokay Utrecht - Bunnik
Rhijnauwenselaan 14, Bunnik

Distinguished hostel in a woodland near Kromme Rijn. Private rooms offered, breakfast served daily.

Camperplaats de Kersenpit in Werkhoven Camping
Distance: 3,3 km9.5
Camperplaats de Kersenpit
Werkhovenseweg 19a, Werkhoven

Camperplaats de Kersenpit: Unique farm campsite with alpacas in picturesque Werkhoven. Modern facilities, open all year round.

Camping Prinsenhof in Odijk Camping
Distance: 2,5 km8.9
Camping Prinsenhof
Werkhovenseweg , Odijk

Camping Prinsenhof: Enjoy rural meadows, fresh eggs and the comfort of caravans in Bunnik, near the Utrechtse Heuvelrug!

Buitengoed De Boomgaard in Bunnik Camping
Distance: 1,1 km8.7
Buitengoed De Boomgaard
Parallelweg 9, Bunnik

Buitengoed de Boomgaard, in Utrecht, combines lavish outdoor activities with nearby city attractions. Also for large-scale events!

Camping de Vliert in Bunnik Camping
Distance: 2,1 km8.7
Camping de Vliert
Rijsbruggerweg 2, Bunnik

Camping de Vliert in Bunnik: spacious, car-free and dog-friendly campsite with luxurious sanitary facilities, glamping options and close to Utrecht and Houten.

Information about Bunnik

Bunnik, located in the province of Utrecht, is part of the municipality of the same name, which also includes the smaller villages of Werkhoven and Odijk. The town of Bunnik is strategically located in the center of the Netherlands, close to the city of Utrecht and with good connections to other major cities. The municipality of Bunnik is known for its variety of historical sights, including Beverweerd Castle and the Dutch Reformed Church, both dating from the 13th century.

Bunnik's landscape includes typical Dutch lowlands, intersected by the Kromme Rijn river. Bunnik has a lot to offer for nature lovers, with extensive cycling and walking routes through the rural areas and along the waterways. The town is also home to Fort Rijnauwen, the largest fort in the New Dutch Waterline, which today serves as a nature reserve and open-air theater. With its diverse offering of culture, history and recreation in a natural environment, Bunnik is a destination that fascinates both local and international tourists.