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Enjoy a culinary stay in this historical marvellous castle with cities like Aachen, Düsseldorf, Luik, Maastricht and Heerlen in the direct surroundings. Room was very clean and spacious. Loved the bathroom and surroundings of the castle. Great location!
Located in Vaals, 2.1 km from Vaalsbroek Castle, hotel vallis provides accommodation with a restaurant, private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace. The hotel features family rooms. Very friendly and motivated owners despite the current Corona situation. Had a nice relaxed stay.
Bed and Breakfast Allure offers elegant, simply furnished rooms with a view and free Wi-Fi in the centre of Vaals. The Vaalserberg, Holland’s highest hill, is 5 km away. Good central location, with restaurants nearby. The pub next door is ideal for a drink at night. Located near drielandenpunt and Aachen, this is an exelent place to stay. Hospitality was great. Could not have wished for a better b&b
Nicolaye is located on the countryside of Vaals and offers a self-catering accommodation dating from 1740. The German city Aachen is only 7 km away. The location was perfect! wonderfully peacefull amaizing view and the forest at your back door. Our host was very friendly, loved to see the pictures on how he had renovated such an old heritage site. Like stepping back in to time, loved every second
This B&B is located on the edge of the Von Clermontpark, only a 5-minute walk from the centre of Vaals. It offers a terrace on site and non-smoking accommodation. The individual attention was really good and the wonderful breakfast was much appreciated. Being a separate annex means you can come and go whenever you please. It is only a few minutes walk to the centre of Vaals and close to the bus stops, for both Aachen and Maastricht, with buses every 15 minutes. John and Ivonne are the perfect hosts, with perfect English spoken.
Featuring garden views, Het Mergelhoek offers accommodation with a patio and a kettle, around 2.4 km from Vaalsbroek Castle. Excellent host, clean, comfortable and excellent value for money. Would go back if my travels take me back to this part of the world.
Situated in Vaals in the Limburg region with Vaalsbroek Castle nearby, Landal Hoog Vaals features accommodation with free private parking, as well as access to a Turkish bath.
Nicolaye is located on the countryside of Vaals and offers a self-catering accommodation dating from 1740. The German city Aachen is only 7 km away. The location was perfect! wonderfully peacefull amaizing view and the forest at your back door.
Situated in a rural area in Holset at a 10-minute drive from Vaals and a 30-minute drive from Maastricht, B&B Einrade offers free Wi-Fi access. Free parking is available opposite the street. Great, warm and flexible hospitality.
On average, 3-star hotels in Vaals cost £0 per night, and 4-star hotels in Vaals are £144 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Vaals can on average be found for £0 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
I was there the days before Christmas. The village was charmingly decorated with lights. Perfect bus connections to Maastricht and Heerlen. Beautiful surroudings (with hills) for hikes, and a lovely evening stroll through the center. I also went to the nearby Triangle border where Holland meets Germany and Belgium: within a few seconds you are in a different country haha. And very special: you are at the highest point of the Netherlands! I definitely want to come back soon and rent a bike and cruise through the beautiful nature. And I want to visit the museum. Oh, and the market on Tuesday morning. And not to forget: taste the typical 'Limburgse vlaai'. Yummy!
Vaals is a nice clean town with plenty of places to eat. Some of the more recent development there has spoilt it a little but there is some great walking from there and it is very popular with cycling enthusiasts. The frequent bus services to nearby Aachen and beautiful Maastricht make it a place where you can leave the car behind.
What immediately struck us was the cleanliness in the streets. We walked parts of the old city and that was wonderful. Also visited some churches to see what it looked inside. What we saw was quite interesting. When you are there on a Tuesday: visit the market, there is quite a variety of vegetables, fruits, sweets (try a lovely "Rozijnenbrood" a specialty in the Netherlands). There are wonderful plants and flowers and a lot more that might attract you. We went to a place that looked nice and clean to have a lunch and came back the next day, as it was just very good. Sorry, did not list the name....
Was a sleepy little town which made you feel very welcome..almost like coming home.. the locals were lovely and so helpful..needs to be repeated ..and would recommend to friends who want a pretty and peaceful few days.
We went to the 3 landen punt and enjoyed standing in 3 countries in less than 1 minute. Great playground for the little one to let off steam. Had a lovely pizza and pasta at della mamma. Wish we had had more time.
The hotel is a fully restored Chateau which keeps the history of a bygone age alive. The value for money is very good making this unique experence available for all. The high vaulted ceilings and chandlers add to the feeling of grandeur.
Room was very clean and spacious. Loved the bathroom and surroundings of the castle. Great location!
The hotel was really clean and tidy also other facilities like for example a swimming pool.