The medieval feel of the picturesque town of Bredevoort – the birthplace of Rembrandt’s wife Hendrikje Stoffels – is extended in the atmosphere, interior and exterior of Boutique Hotel & Brasserie De Heerlyckheid.
This national monument is located on the market square in the heart of Bredevoort. The hotel’s large terraced garden borders the beautiful Vestingpark. In the midst of all this tranquility you can eat, drink and, if you wish, sleep in one of the 21 luxurious rooms of the former sanatorium Huize Sint Bernardus, where the nuns once lovingly cared for their guests.
The restaurant exudes taste in both dishes and interior. Take your breakfast, lunch and dinner inside or on the lovely terrace. Every dish has been conceived with classic French cuisine in mind, and every now and then there’s an Asian twist to discover. From bitterbal to lobster, from oyster to carpaccio or just a great sandwich; here everything all possible, in style. De Heerlyckheid produces its own chips and, from April to September, hosts an ice cream parlour with real gelato from an artisan Italian ice cream master.
From 15 October to 23 December you can also book the special Game Package, with local meat served at your table (with or without overnight stay).