Let us spoil you at our Le Grand Café at Park Berkenrhode. Good food and drinks in a pleasant ambiance. We use regional products in our cooking as much as possible! The terrace is heated and has a view of the outdoor swimming pool and the playgrounds.
The swimming pool was completely renovated recently and was opened again on April 19th 2019! The water always has a pleasant temperature. Even during autumn. There is a children's pool for the very smallest ones. There are recliners around the swimming pool to enjoy the sunshine. Closed during low season.
Monday to Sunday 09:00 – 21:00
(depending on the weather, closed during low season)
Your stay at Park Berkenrhode starts at reception. Our helpful team will answer all of your questions. Reception is opened daily. A cup of coffee will always be waiting or you and we love to have a pleasant chat!
Monday to Friday 08:30 – 17:00
Saturday 08:30 – 16:00
Sunday 11:00 – 15:00
Enjoy rolling around and getting dirty! That is what every dog loves to do, but no worries! With our new Dog Wash, your faithful four-legged friend will be fresh and fruity again within 10 minutes!
You can use the launderette at our park to wash your clothes as well.
At Park Berkenrhode we believe sustainability is a very important thing. This is the reason why we have sustainable holiday houses é n facilities, such as charging points for your electric vehicles.
Ede is a medium-sized city with a pleasant center. Located at only nine kilometers from Park Berkenrhode. Ede is known for the battle for Arnhem. During the Second World War, the town played an important role because of the airborne landing of the Allied troops in September 1944 during Operation Market Garden. The area of Ede has many monuments in memory of this period. In the city, you will find a large indoor swimming pool (De Peppel), plenty of restaurants and a great theater.
At the Kröller-Müller Museum, you stand face-to-face with the most beautiful works of art. From Vincent van Gogh to Piet Mondrian and from Futurism to contemporary art. You'll find it all at the Kröller-Müller Museum!