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“Our estate is nestled amidst 3500 hectares of undulating, wooded surroundings that offers endless possibilities for outdoor activities on the hotel grounds. Horseback riders set off with their horses, we rent out bicycles for GPS mountain bike expeditions, and in partnership with the National Trust, we organise thrilling evening excursions through the woods. Our guests can play tennis on our estate, play boules, dive into the swimming pool in summer, indulge in a picnic in the rose garden, play golf on the (private) golf course close to the estate, or explore the Veluwe in a classic Cabriolet. While jogging through the woods, it is exhilarating to experience a sunrise shrouded in morning mist; at any time of year.”
“Our English landscape garden offers a magical setting for an al fresco lunch, a high tea, a luxurious picnic, or a champagne sabrage workshop. Guests can select their own spot in the rose garden for an intimate dinner for two. Romanticists, families or bridal couples can savour delightful food/wine combinations in a pop-up restaurant on our estate. Our chef and his team delight in welcoming our guests for an introduction, a workshop in baking sweet treats under the guidance of our patissier, or festive pizza making sessions for children. We host dinners with a private chef and private sommelier. Our private dinners are served in one of the stylish spaces in our distinctive villa. In the Manegehuis, the private villa on our estate, you will have a private chef, sommelier and servers at your disposal – if desired.”
“Boots on and into the woods! Building huts, an adventurous tracking excursion for young nature lovers, mountain biking, or playing tennis. Children experience an unforgettable adventure at Het Roode Koper: riding ponies from our stables, roasting marshmallows over an open fire, making pizzas in the kitchen, playing football or boules on the lawn. The villa is equipped with an air hockey table, drawing and arts and crafts materials, and children can play ping-pong or board games. Fancy a day out? Visit the Hoge Veluwe National Park and the Kröller-Müller Museum, Het Loo Palace, the zoo, an intriguing castle, or hire a sailing boat on the Randmeren: Het Roode Koper is a children’s paradise.”