De Hooglandhoeve is a restored farmhouse which originated around 1840, with charm, renovated by the owners themselves and converted into a Bed and Breakfast. As much as possible recovered and natural materials were used, such as wooden floors, old terracotta tiles and ironwork. The custom-made furniture is combined with antique furniture. The three guest rooms take their names, Skye, Iona and Harris, from the islands of the same name in the Hebrides, an archipelago off the west coast of Scotland. In this rough region we find the origin of the highland cattle from where the name "Hooglandhoeve" comes from. In the meadow behind the garden you can admire these beautiful animals in person. Breakfast is served in the rustic field barn. When the weather is nice, you can choose to have breakfast in the garden.


Kamer Skye


Room Skye has two extra long (2.10 meters), free-standing beds. The blue accents of this room provide a relaxing feeling.

Kamer Iona


Room Iona is equipped with a double, extra long (2.20 meters) bed. The red accent colors give this room extra warmth and energy.

Kamer Harris


The Harris room, decorated with green, soothing accents, has a comfortable double bed. The separate bathroom has its own toilet, shower and sink. Through the large, double window, this room is bathed in light.


The Barn

The Barn is used as a breakfast room. The oak building is located near the terrace. It is traditionally built with mortise and tenon joints and finished with loam.

Football table

Fancy a game of table football? You can enjoy this to your heart's content in the Barn.

Petanque court

In the garden there is a petanque court which you can use as a guest.

Scottish Highland Cattle

Behind the garden, in the meadow, Scottish Highland cows, from which the B&B takes its name, keep the grass (very) short.