“My arrival at Huize Druivelaar in Breda was like a magical experience, I was mezmerised by the beautiful grapevines and the traces of the recent harvest and tried to imagine the even bigger impact this place would have in summer when the grapes are ripe for the picking. Waking up in the morning it felt like I was still dreaming.”
Huize Druivelaar is a very special and magical guesthouse, hidden inside a greenhouse in The Netherlands. The former farmhouse used to be a part of a grand estate still marked by a beautiful white villa nearby. The property can only be entered through a narrow green alley leading you to its entrance, totally hidden from the street. The friendly fluffy chickens of their neighbors welcome you to the property.
The location of Huize Druivelaar couldn’t be more perfect. It’s easily accessible from the highway, near the forest, and a ten minute bike ride away from the city centre. The bikes are complementary. So no matter if you want to visit the beautiful historic center of Breda or want to enjoy some peace and quiet you’re at the right place. The combination of luxury and nature feels perfect. The guesthouse is surrounded by a large green garden dotted with apple and walnut trees.
The owners, Brenda and Florian, met each other during their shared time at art school. They both are creative souls: Brenda makes ceramics and Florian is a photographer. Their workspace is next to the guesthouse where you can find them during daytime. If you’re interested, they are happy to show you their work, be sure to check it out!