Palace for relaxation
Historic Vollenhove is perhaps one of the best kept secrets of the eastern Netherlands. For centuries, fishermen set sail from the harbour on what was once the open sea, but today is an inland waterway – the little town has been enveloped by reclaimed land. In the 17th century, Vollenhove had no fewer than 17 stately manor houses, which earned it the name ‘City of Palaces’. Stadspaleis Hotel Old Ruitenborgh is one of the last remaining ‘city palaces’, and dates from the 14th century. The palace is set in beautiful English landscape gardens, and the interior of the restaurant and guestrooms is in appropriate style: grand chandeliers, marble fireplaces and wooden floors, combined with paintings that remind you of the rich history of the estate. There are 14 stylish guestrooms and various reception and meeting rooms. The restaurant offers an atmospherically historical setting to get together with family, friends or colleagues.
A classic and stylish ambience
Restaurant Stadspaleis OldRuitenborgh
At Restaurant Stadspaleis OldRuitenborgh, enjoyment is key. Chef Maaike de Bresser-Koelman and her talented team create dishes with an emphasis on local and seasonal ingredients. The classic and stylish ambience creates a casual atmosphere, making it the ideal place for a relaxed lunch, extensive dinner or an atmospheric high tea. OldRuitenborgh offers not only a culinary experience but also a warm welcome in a welcoming environment. For a cocktail, refined snacks and tasty small dishes, you are welcome at the bar.
Key features and services
Special features in the region
English landscape garden
"Royal hospitality with a personal touch." - Maaike & Pieterjan de Bresser
Host: Pieterjan de Bresser
Chef: Maaike de Bresser - Koelman