5 guesthouses: 2-12 persons
stylish and complete
Welcome to Hoeve De Koeberg
Word wakker op zijn Boergondisch….
The cats are dozing off on the windowsill and the cows are walking in the meadow…. In the enchanting hilly landscape of South Limburg, you can treat yourself to a holiday in a monumental `square farm` from 1750: De Koeberg, typical for South Limburg.
On the farm you can still smell freshly mown grass, and you can taste the hard work of country life from days past when you walk around.
You absorb memories of the historical harsh farm life as your fingers brush the traditionally chalked walls in the courtyard.
But wait a minute: if you open your eyes and wake up from images from then, you will be presented with 5 beautiful guest houses in the former stables!
The interior is stylish and complete, matching the old farm with the convenience and comfort of today. In this way, the atmosphere and style of the farm is respected as much as possible. You can relax together in the enclosed courtyard.
Farm de Koeberg is located in the hamlet of Herkenrade, a stone's throw from Maastricht, in the middle between the “Voerstreek” and the “Savelsbos” forest. A perfect place to completely relax, but also for active holidays witch activities such as walking and cycling. You can also find yourself in Valkenburg, Aachen (G) or Liège (B) in no time.
Discover our guesthouses
De Koeberg – Interview
De Koeberg from above (2020)
De Koeberg - Documentary
The cows used to be around the courtyard in the stables and the courtyard used to be the dunghill. Nowadays they are in a modern stable, which is well away from the monumental building. There we run our organic dairy farm with 65 cows and 40 young stock.
The oldest part of the monumental farm is the current house and dates from 1750. The foundations are probably much older. The hamlet of Herkenrade was created around 1200. Above the gate is a keystone with the year 1859. In earlier times it was very common for the building to be constantly added to and renovated. The reuse of old building materials (f.e. from other collapsed buildings) was also quite normal at the time. At our farm this is clearly visible in several places due to the different architectural styles and materials.