Below you can find the things to do, events and more entertainment listed in random order. 

Thermen Bussloo 

Thermen Bussloo is a 20-minute drive from the hotel. A very popular sauna complex. It has lots of saunas, rest rooms, baths, special weekend and a hammam. Now also a salt water bath. Ideal to combine the sauna with the cozy city center of Deventer.


Museum More in Gorssel at 5 kilometers from the hotel. Beautiful museum with Modern Realistic art.

For more information see: Museum More

Carel Willink
Carel Willink: Dubbel women portret


Walking routes around and through Deventer.

All walking routes run past the hotel, so you do not have to search for a place to stay when you visit us. At least if there is still a place in our inn.

Known routes are:

IJsselvallei route

A lot of cycling and walking information through the VVV Deventer:


Cycling routes:

And the cycling routes also come along the IJssel and therefore along our hotel. We have a closed and covered garage so your bikes can be parked there for free.

Landgoedroute (30 km) 
IJsselvalleiroute (35 km) 
Kikkerroute (57 km) 
Lebuinusroute (27 km) 
Heks van Lettele (27 km) 


The Scheg at about 3 km. away from the hotel.

The sports company of Deventer.

At the Scheg you can swim, skate, play, relax and much more. Really nice for children.

De Scheg is located in the Colmschate district and can also be reached by train.

For more information about one of the above activities you can visit the website:

Scheg skate and swim


Havenkwartier Deventer 25 about 2 km away from the hotel.

The Havenkwartier is a characterful area where industrial heritage, creative entrepreneurs, can and culture, catering, building and living are combined with the inland port. In addition to residents (including entrepreneurs and organizations), many types of events also take place here for the public.


River landscape of the most beautiful river in the Netherlands, De IJssel. Many good fishing spots on the IJssel. (Barbel, Carp, Roofblei, Convolvulus, Perch, Pike-perch, Pike, Whitefishing with Feeder fishing rod).


Deventer’s history and the other Hanseatic cities.
Deventer is an old hanseatic city and was immediately the most important Hanseatic city for the Netherlands. It competed with Bruges and Lübeck and then did very well. The flowering period of Deventer was the years of the early Middle Ages around 1400. It was then one of the most important cities in the Netherlands and perhaps also Europe. The city was famous for its 6 year markets that lasted 2 weeks per market. The whole of Europe came to trade in Deventer. The Good Friday market is still a remnant of this.

Until the seaports removed a lot of trade and Deventer had to do it with the IJssel, which was also bogged down. The trade was taken over by the Dutch Cities and Deventer was left behind with a beautiful city, but it did not yield much trade anymore. The Industrial Revolution in the 19th century changed this again. Bicycles, lighthouses, food cans, beds and everything else to do with metal, was made here. The iron ore (primal) was won at Deventer. The longest road from Deventer is still called the Oerdijk.

That is why Deventer is also called an industrial city with many metal companies (Auping, Ardagh and Nefit) and the printing industry is also well represented here (Roto Smeets) because of the printing press that made its appearance here early on. Much more information about the Hanseatic cities can be found at:

Recreation area Bussloo:
Plenty of opportunities for swimming, walking or golf.


Paleis het Loo in Apeldoorn
The preciously decorated rooms give a picture of three centuries of habitation by the Oranjes, while the reconstructed gardens with their waterworks and gracefully lined flower beds breathe the atmosphere of the 17th century. Because of its beautiful location in one of the most beautiful nature areas in the Netherlands, a visit to the palace in every season has its charm.

Paleis het Loo Apeldoorn


Apenheul Apeldoorn
The principle was simple: people have more fun with animals when the animals are having a good time and can do their thing. So no monkeys in cages and no bars. But large, green and natural outdoor stays in a wooded area.



Juliana Pretpark in Apeldoorn

For over 100 years the most fun family amusement park in the Netherlands for the whole family.

With more than 60 crazy attractions the children do not get played out here ….


Kröller – Müller Museum Otterlo (Van Gogh) 
The Kröller-Müller Museum: unique in every season The Kröller-Müller Museum has a world-famous collection of mainly 19th and 20th century visual art. Central are the extensive collection of works by Vincent van Gogh.



Teuge airport:
Teuge airport is used for all kinds of aviation. The traffic for the next generation of professional pilots forms the basis of traffic. In addition to business taxi and charter traffic, all kinds of flights are being carried out for the government (police, environmental inspection, animal counts, etc).
In addition, sightseeing flights and flights by private pilots give color to the whole. Parachute jumpers and gliders make the scene complete. Every year, the airport attracts some 170,000 to 200,000 viewers.

Vliegveld Teuge


Nature reserve a short distance from Deventer:


What does the Holterberg have to offer you?

– Large nature reserve (National Park de Sallandse Heuvelrug)
– Nature diorama Holterberg. Nature museum with many European animals
– 5 restaurants
– Canadian War Cemetry – in the middle of a forest with a beautiful garden.
– Minigolf course with fantasy golf
– Information point NP