6 accommodations in Harmelen

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Logis Hotel Het Wapen van Harmelen in Harmelen Hotel
Distance: 111 meter8.7
Logis Hotel Het Wapen van Harmelen
Dorpsstraat 14, Harmelen

Renowned locale for corporate stays, delivering superior services, comfort & amenities.

farm Hazenveld in Kockengen Bed and breakfast
Distance: 4,2 km9.3
farm Hazenveld
Laag-Nieuwkoop 36, Kockengen

Hazenveld Farm - Unique stay between Utrecht and Amsterdam with spacious B&B rooms and modern camping locations, near De Haar Castle.

B&B Bij de Baron in Kockengen Bed and breakfast
Distance: 4,3 km8.1
B&B Bij de Baron
Laag-Nieuwkoop 30, Kockengen

At the Baron B&B: Monumental farm on the De Haar castle estate. Ideal for walking, cycling near Amsterdam, Utrecht. Fully equipped apartment.

Polderhaan in Harmelen Camping
Distance: 1,3 km9.9
Haanwijk 23, Harmelen

Camper site Polderhaan: hospitable, historic places, cycling routes and outdoor activities in the green heart of Harmelen, overlooking the Oude Rijn.

B&B De Boerenzwaluw in Harmelen Bed and breakfast
Distance: 2,0 km9.9
B&B De Boerenzwaluw
Breudijk 58, Harmelen

B&B De Boerenzwaluw in Harmelen; book at least 3 nights between March and November or during the Christmas holidays, online or telephone reservations possible.

Mourits Hoeve in Woerden Bed and breakfast
Distance: 2,9 km9.1
Mourits Hoeve
Breeveld 15, Woerden

Mourits Hoeve B&B: Historic farm stay along the Old Rhine. Perfect for longer stays, close to Utrecht, Amsterdam and cycling routes.

Information about Harmelen

Located in the province of Utrecht, Netherlands, Harmelen is a distinctive village surrounded by a multitude of waterways. It is part of the municipality of Woerden and can be reached both by car and by public transport. Harmelen is known for its rich history, which is reflected in the historic architecture spread throughout the village. There are several monumental farms and brick houses dating from the 17th and 18th centuries.

The village is not only a resting place for history buffs, but also offers space for nature lovers. The surrounding landscape of Harmelen is typical of the Dutch countryside with green meadow landscapes and wetland areas. The Bijleveld nature reserve, an old peat canal, offers beautiful views and varied flora and fauna. Harmelen is therefore an ideal destination for walkers and cyclists. There is also the smallest church in the Netherlands, the Reformed Chapel, which is an attraction for both locals and tourists.