Welcome to Someren, the place where you can enjoy walking and cycling in the Peel and Strabrechtse Heide. A weekend enjoy a spacious appartment, cozy pubs and delicious eateries within walking distance. Direct connection to Eindhoven.
“What you see is what you get; a nice stay! Good price / quality ratio. You have a whole place with all basic facilities available for yourself, for a great price. You will also be received very hospitable; do not hesitate to ask questions Mariette is happy to help you. Communication with Mariette also ran smoothly. If I were to be in the area again I would definitely come back.”
U bent van harte welkom in onze BnB De Peelvos. Kort en krachtig geldt: ruimte en privacy!
“We stayed only briefly but the house felt super cozy and cozy. It was kind of coming home. First a warm welcome and then the house explored. We were surprised by the small details such as the goodies in the fridge, the crackers, muesli, tea bags etc. The towels, tea towels were also arranged. Furthermore, it all felt so peaceful and calm. Furthermore, the beds were wonderful. In other words, it was a great stay! Thank you Jo and Atie for letting us stay in your nice house! Thank you for your warm hospitality ”
The bungalow is strategically located between Eindhoven, Nuenen, Helmond and Geldrop on a very quiet road for destination traffic. The main entrance of both Golfresort de Gulbergen and Animal Park "Dierenrijk" are within 200 meters. With views of both the golf course and the "roof of Brabant". This highest point of Brabant is popular with ATB and MTB cyclist. The Luchense Heide is within walking distance. The first breakfast is ready for you on arrival. A Nespresso machine is available.
“Last week we really enjoyed the beautiful holiday home, the quiet location and the beautiful surroundings. Harm and Rianne are nice landlords, also their dog Gijs, who regularly visited us. That made our dog Chica very curious and she found it very exciting. Nice trips are, Dierenrijk, castle in Helmond and the Philips museum. Also walked a lot on the heathland and nearby forests.”