8 March 2021
After renovating ‘t Witte Huis and turning it into a holiday home, Lemelerberg Lodge came available. This anything but typical Dutch lodge was brought as a building kit by train from Austria in 1925 by Dutch banker Abraham Ledeboer. He turned it into his holiday home on the 60-meter-high hill called Lemelerberg. By Mölle and Landschap Overijssel kept the lodge as it is, but redecorated with beautiful furniture, accessories and of course their linen.
A stay at Lemelerberg Lodge is for those who love nature, disconnection and adventure. An unpaved road brings you to the lodge. Once you step out of the car you hear nothing else than birds and the sound of the leaves blowing in the wind. The black wooden lodge brings you to Africa with its large porch – with space for a hammock and a dining table – and its view over nature.
Inside there’s a living room with a comfortable sofa, a fire place and a dining table overlooking the nature. There’s a kitchen, a toilet and upstairs you’ll find two bedrooms (space for 2 – 5 people). There’s no bathroom, but you can use the shower at the campsite nearby. And you can get extra drinking water at the nearby farm. From the lodge you can start on a hiking trail or cycle through the impressive surrounding landscape.
Check out: www.bymolle.com/page/lemelerberg-lodge