Ronald and Martine are the amazing hosts at Tante Teun B&B, situated in Naaldwijk, close to The Hook of Holland. Mark, Eva, Dave and I spent a night in the area. I chose this particular B&B as their breakfasts looked amazing, and catered to vegetarians.
Our rooms at Tante Teun
All three rooms are situated in the garden, and are attached to one another. They are identical in layout and really spacious, with stunning bathrooms. Mark and Eva were in the first room, and we were in the middle, with another couple next to us. The rooms are soundproof and we could not hear our neighbours at all. Our room had a flat screen television as well as air conditioning. WiFi is free of charge and the speed and connectivity extremely good. The greenhouses of the Westland are highlighted with a glass feature above each bed. We had twin beds pushed together that were extremely comfortable, with lovely linen. Coffee and tea are provided as well as toiletries. The shower is large with fantastic pressure.
It was the breakfast more than anything that made me choose Tante Teun. They highlight regional products, some of which are organic, which is ideal for me. We could have chosen to have our breakfast in our room, or the garden, but we ate in the common room, attached to the kitchen of the main house. We were asked to complete our breakfast choices the day before, to ensure we got exactly what we wanted. And had we any allergies, these would have been accommodated as best as possible.
On offer at Tante Teun
As were were not in the area for sightseeing, we did not walk into Naaldwijk, nor did we go to the beach which is close by. Had we chosen to do so, we could have made use of the bicycles they have for the guests to make use of. They have put together various cycle routes, and will provide picnic baskets by prior arrangement. There is also a beautiful garden setting where you can sit and enjoy the peace and quiet, or have a meal. There is also a common room one can use, and on offer is complimentary tea and coffee, as well as an honesty bar. Snacks are also available for when you are feeling peckish.
Arriving and leaving
We checked in just after 14h00 after making an arrangement beforehand as to what time we would arrive. Check out is at 11h00 meaning you can sleep in, and enjoy your breakfast without feeling rushed. You do not need a car to visit the area as they are within easy bus rides of Delft, The Hague and Rotterdam. If you do arrive by car, free parking is available.
Contact them on +31 6 27014596 or use this link to book your accommodation at Tante Teun B&B and get 10% back after your stay.
View the previous posts on November 30:
- 2020: Figs In Red Wine
- 2018: Smokey Red Pepper Dip
- 2016: JHP Gourmet Guide 2016/2017
- 2015: Rhubarb Crumble Cheesecake
- 2014: Dead Men’s Bones
- 2013: Paneer And Tofu
- 2011: Mixed Seafood Risotto
- 2010: Truffle Pasta