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Marvellous Mondragon


Zierikzee, on the island of Schouwen-Duiveland, is a typical Zeeland city with an impressive history. In 2019, for example, Zierikzee celebrated its 800th anniversary. With the former estuary of the Oosterschelde on its doorstep, the city is protected from flooding by the Delta Works, the Dutch defences against the advancing waters. Hotel Mondragon overlooks a picturesque canal, the Oude Haven, or ‘old port’. The hotel is named after the Spanish general Cristóbal Mondragon, because it was on this spot that he stayed when he besieged Zierikzee in 1576 on behalf of King Philip II of Spain. The colour palette in the guest rooms varies from Rembrandt red to soft green, a choice related to the sunlight at different times of the day.

French with Bakish influences

Restaurant Cristó & Le Bistrôt

At Restaurant Cristó, the menu is rich in local produce: fish from the North Sea and Oosterschelde in the summer, game from Schouwen-Duiveland in the winter. The cuisine is French oriented with Basque (Spanish) influences. As well as the gourmet restaurant, Mondragron also has an intimate Parisian bistro. Here, you can enjoy French culinary delights accompanied by delicious wines. A little bit of Paris in Zierikzee.


Garden or terrace
Connecting rooms - Family rooms
By the old harbour
In the historical heart of Zierikzee
Gault & Millau - Cristó 13/20

Special features in the region


Sint-Lievensmonster tower

Visit the Sint-Lievensmonster tower, which is open to the public most of the year. Admire the beautiful view from the roof of the tower.



Discover the beautiful scenery of Zierikzee by bike. Bicycles are available at the hotel.



Zierikzee is located on the Oosterschelde. Here you can enjoy the view of the water. If you look closely, you can see porpoises swimming.

Hospitality, intimate and personal.

Host: Govert Janzen 
Chef: Jeffrey Buijl