1 starsDe Veluwe, Netherlands

Hostel Apeldoorn is located on the edge of the woods, just outside the city of Apeldoorn and is close to the lovely national park of De Hoge Veluwe. The rooms are spread across five calm wings and they each have their own shower and toilet. You are guaranteed a good time at the hostel's bar or outdoor café and in the evening, you can enjoy a tasty meal at the restaurant. In the case of a special event, the chefs are happy to prepare a festive buffet or barbecue. There is a sportspark not far from the hostel with many pitches.


The hostel is located adjacent to National Parc "De Hoge Veluwe" in Apeldoorn, a city with approximately 160.000 inhabitants. Amsterdam Airport is an hour drive.


The hostel has several sizes rooms. Big room with 6-9 beds, 4 bedded rooms and twin rooms.


Besides a training camp there is a lot to do such as mountainbike and the local game called "klootschieten". There is Free Wifi in the hostel. You will be given bed linen on arrival to make up your own bed. Towels are not included. These can be rented at the hostel.



Distance to sports venue: 400 Meters

The sportsvenue "Orderbos" is on walking distance. There are 3 grasspitches and 2 artificial pitches where you can train. Changing rooms are available.

Pitch 1 - Grass (104x64m)
Pitch 2 - Grass (100x64m)
Pitch 3 - Grass (100x64m)
Pitch 4 – Artificial Grass (100x60m)
Pitch 5 – Artificial Grass (100x60m)

About De Veluwe

National Park De Hoge Veluwe is one of the Netherlands' oldest and largest national parks. It consists of no less than 5,500 hectares of woodland, heathland, lakes and driftsand. Together with the Kroller-Muller Museum and the sculpture garden it offers a unique combination of nature, art and architecture. De Hoge Veluwe is a park where visitors can still find plenty of space and peace. Where you can walk undisturbed for hours, or cycle using one of the free white bicycle. It is home to many endangered plant and animal species. Have you ever come face to face with a red deer, moufflon or roe deer?