Hotel Restaurant 't Klokje

Address: Rampweg 16-18, Renesse, Zeeland, 4325 LH, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rampweg 16-18, Renesse.
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Travel Blogs from Renesse

Wet and windy day!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 16, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... have had to wait for what seems like no reason to us. We went into the lock which had wooden piles to tie up to instead of a wall, which is the first we have seen like this. It had a fall of about 12” on to the old canal which took us through wooded and farming land up to the outskirts of Dordrecht.

We made an instant decision to have a night in the countryside rather than Dordrecht and enter a marina which we thought was small, but turned ...

Black Forest, Renesse (Holland)

A travel blog entry by windystevej on Aug 01, 2014

33 photos

... day was the barefoot walk at Gutach. It was about 2km long through a pretty valley and had loads of different surfaces for you to walk over. Mine and Phoebe's favourite was undoubtedly the mud, there's nothing like it squelching through the toes. There were other things around such as guess the smell, feel the animal fur and meditation rooms. Phoebe loved it and did some pretty impressive walking over some rough surfaces and up some slippery ...

Schoonhoven and Kinderdjk

A travel blog entry by shbell on Apr 06, 2013

9 photos

... 12 provinces of which only 2 are Holland, North Holland and South Holland. The name Netherlands came about in the time of Napoleon who combined what was Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg together. Later, they all split apart. About 40% of TN is below sea level. The dike system started in the 1600s where windmills were used to pump water out of areas and earthen dams or dikes were built. To drain a large area, the windmills had to be built in a row close together ...

Day 9

A travel blog entry by gypsydi on Jul 31, 2012

7 photos

Woke up to rain this morning in the tent but it cleared so I could go for a walk. Went along the dyke and walked past the museum that has been created in memory of the 1953 floods as this island was completely flooded. After breakfast Johan, Connie and I went to look through it. So interesting as my Mum was ...

Coming through!

A travel blog entry by jamie_pete on May 13, 2011

4 photos

The ship received a 'friendly' wake up call at 0630 and then it was a case of fighting my way round the army of OAPs (senior citizens) to get my breakfast before the ship sailed back to England!

I disembarked at 0745 on a lovely, bright, if windy, day, but only after a tiny scare when I struggled to find my bike on the vast vehicle deck (THAT tested the heart!) Quickly scooted past the queuing vehicles awaiting passport checks and ...