Ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
5.0 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Andy B from Surrey
Good hotel with bonus of spa/wellness facilitiesPosted Oct 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
You have to drive to get to town but hotel sits in a lovely wooded location overlooking small lake. Hotel very quiet, rooms of good size but not huge. Lovely exterior bar/terrace area with gas heaters. Did not have a meal at the hotel and never saw a menu anywhere to be tempted. But for its size Oisterwijk is spoiled for choice with restaurants and so unless you have no transport then simply go into the town.There are some restaurants on the same road as hotel within 400m either way and so you could walk to them and not drive but not sure I would want to as I did not recall any lights! Breakfast buffet included (hot and cold) and was very good. Staff were excellent.Can be a bit difficult to find in the dark as the hotel is part of a complex with separate entrances.Plenty of parking. Wellness centre was excellent and free (pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and gym). Not quite as luxurious as its sister hotel in same town (Bos en Ven) but then it has a better wellness centre.WiFi instructions said to buy a voucher for the day but actually WiFi access seemed free and worked in the rooms and all public areas and outside. Bathroom good (excellent shower and bath tub).Only gripe was that double bed was actually two single beds pushed together. TV a bit small.Good sized fridge but no tea/coffee making facilities but this is a rather British thing and so no big surprise.Would definitely go back there and would be my first choice of hotels in Oisterwijk/Vught/Den Bosch
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Peace an Quiet at de RosepPosted Jul 17, 2012 on Hotels.com
The hotel and its surrounding area were everything we desired for an over night stay. Large rooms, big comfortable bed, clean bathroom etc: The Breakfast was typical European continental, with a good selection and a warm element of scrambled eggs.The only downside of the whole stay was the food costs in the restaurant. We decided to eat out in the local town, I couldn't stomach 11 Euros for a bowl of soup as a starter, and many main courses at over 25 euros, with an average of 10 for a dessert. we are not gourmets so too expensive for us. The bar abrasserie in town was very good, great food at reasonable prices. This rerstaurant was the only negative point.