Summary — ’t Achterhuis

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Nearby airports

‘t Achterhuis is easily accessible for international visitors. With Eindhoven Airport about 30 kilometers away and Schiphol, Rotterdam Airport and Brussels Airport up to 120 km away.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
110 km (A2 / A65 / N65)
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Rotterdam Airport
90 km (A16 / A58 / A65 / N65)
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Eindhoven Airport
30 km (A2 / A58 / A65 / N65)
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Brussel Airport
120 km (E19 / A58 / A65 / N65)
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Nearby hotels

In the nearby region of ‘t Achterhuis there are several possibilities to spend the night. In addition to the hotels, the region also has a wide range of bed and breakfast options.

Hotel Wilshof (walking distance)
“simple but charming hotel with few extra facilities”
Kreitenmolenstraat 7
5071 BA  Udenhout
Tel.  031 (0)13 511 1929 (Café ‘t Centrum)

Hotel Druiventros (5,6 km from ‘t Achterhuis)
“4-star hotel”
Bosscheweg 11
5056 PP  Berkel-Enschot
Tel. 0031 (0)13 533 9115
www.druiventros.nl

Hotel de Leijhof (5,3 km from ‘t Achterhuis)
“stylishly decorated rooms, culinary restaurant “The George and PERK’S Treasure Lounge”
Heusdensebaan 7
5061 PM  Oisterwijk
Tel. 0031 (0)13 523 1123
www.leijhof.nl

Van der Valk Hotel Tilburg (9,7 km from ‘t Achterhuis)
“Brand new luxury hotel with many extra facilities of the famous chain. Centrally located in the heart of Brabant”
Dr. Bloemenlaan 8
5022 KW  Tilburg
Tel. 0031 (0)13 800 0800
www.hoteltilburg.nl

Spend a day in the region

A visit to ‘t Achterhuis is an excellent combination with a day out in the region. Make sure you reserve enough time for the 30,000 m2 experience that ‘t Achterhuis has to offer.

Amusement Park the Efteling
Europalaan 1
5171 KW  Kaatsheuvel
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Safaripark the Beekse Bergen
Beekse Bergen 1
5081 NJ  Hilvarenbeek
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Museum De Pont
Wilhelminapark 1
5041 EA  Tilburg
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