Subtropical water paradise on the German border
Welcome to Landal De Lommerbergen in Limburg. This part of Holland has a completely different landscape to that of the flat areas of the north. Wonderful rolling hills and green landscape come hand in hand with the generous hospitality of the little touristic villages that you will find here. You most certainly should treat yourself to a slice of ‘Vlaai,’ a famous sweet treat that this area is renowned for. The sweet scent of cherry orchards fills the air and even the odd vineyard of two can be found in this area. The cities of Maastricht and Valkenburg are must-sees when in this beautiful scenic part of the country. They are filled with historical and culinary delights as well as plenty of open areas to explore. Don’t forget to visit the wonderful caves of Valkenburg too!
Bollo the Bear is joined on Landal De Lommerbergen by Puk and Pelle who have their own little wagon which children can visit. Where Bollo’s club has its own full entertainment programme, Puk and Pelle add vibrancy and family fun with their theatre show. You can even take a tour in a covered wagon!
Come rain or shine you won’t be short of entertainment and activities on De Lommerbergen. There is a lovely little children’s farm where you can come and meet and stroke the animals or you can clamber on the playground equipment, play miniature golf or even give table tennis a little go. There is also an adventure island complete with playground for children to explore! Even more adventure can be had in the huge indoor play zone with its separate sections for different ages including a special toddler area.
The subtropical water paradise on De Lommerbergen is an absolute delight. It’s easy to spend hours splashing around in the toddler or jungle pools. Enjoy the waves and take a zoom down the slide: there’s plenty for all the family including a wellness centre, a swimmer’s bar, an open air pool and recreational beach! 2021 saw a renewal of the whole tropical water paradise with the addition of 2 new waterslides for older children: the Hurri Cone and the Duo Racer!
When it comes to dining you may well be spoilt for choice! The recently renovated on park shop is well stocked should you choose to cook in your accommodation. However, the park also has a number of restaurant and take-away options so you can let someone else to the washing up for a change! We like De Steeds Restaurant that has a Bollo buffet where the food counters are made at the perfect height for young children to serve themselves.
Should you wish to venture off park then why not hire a bike from reception and take a ride or walk into the woodland accessed directly from the park.
The bungalows on this park range from 1 to 4 bedrooms. They have a comfortable living and dining area with a standard kitchen inventory. The outdoor space includes a garden area with furniture. Most of the accommodation has been recently renewed.
“A fantastic family holiday”
A good value holiday park with lots to do for families. The highlights included a huge wooden play area, accessed by rope bridge, raft and bridges, children’s farm, sub-tropical pool complex, crazy golf and kids club amongst others. We stayed in a Kinder-bungalow, which was loved by our children (6 and 8 years), who used all the toys and puppet theatre in the room and was a couple of minutes walk to all the facilities – even so we were visited by red squirrels and rabbits and all sorts of birdlife including a flock of ducks who came for breakfast in the mornings.
In the standard bungalows it is advised to request cots and high chairs at the time of booking. However, the children’s bungalows are well equipped with all the necessities you will need for a baby or toddler. These include a bottle warmer, a baby bath, children’s cutlery, toilet reducer, cot, baby rocker and changing mat. Also included in the children’s accommodation are a selection of toys and games and safety covers for electric sockets.
Some accommodation types do not fit a cot in the main bedroom. This is indicated on the Landal website.
Take a short drive (2.7km) to the village of Reuver.
Visit the castle and gardens of Arcen just a half an hour drive away (34km). There are an impressive 15 different gardens to explore including the shadow, oriental and water gardens. When you’ve admired all its beauty there may even be time for a game of mini-golf or to visit the exhibitions in the castle itself.
Admire the natural beauty of the landscape and lakes of The Groote Peel National Park, just an hour’s drive away (45km). You may even spot some rare exotic birds along the way.
Experience the thrills of the rides and fun for the whole family at the magical themepark of ‘Toverland,’ just under half an hour (34km) from De Lommerbergen.
De Lommerbergen is situated close to the borders of both Belgium and Germany. The visitor center of Drielandenpunt takes you to the exact point where these countries meet and also has plenty of recreational activities to take part in too.
A hop, skip and a jump from the German border with the cities of Munich, Krefeld and Dusseldorf nearby.
Amsterdam city and airport are a 2 hour drive away (200km).
The Dutch ferry port of Rotterdam is a 2 hour drive (200km).
Eindhoven airport is just under an hour away (74km).Show on map
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