Stayokay Utrecht - Bunnik
Hostel Stayokay Utrecht - Bunnik (near Utrecht)
Part of the Stayokay hostelchain in the Netherlands
Stayokay Utrecht - Bunnik is located in the forest on the banks of the Kromme Rijn, only 5 km from the city Utrecht. The historic hostel comprises three buildings, two of which date back to 1830. History lives here! The largest Ridderhofstad building has three dining halls and rooms for nearly 80 guests. The bar in the adjacent carriage house features historic decor. The French doors lead to the terrace, with a lovely view.
The In de Bongerd building stands alone, featuring a recreation room and terrace and is ideally suited for groups of up to 60.
Stayokay, part of Hostelling International
Stayokay has 30 hostels throughout the Netherlands and is part of the Hostelling International network. You'll find our hostels in the cities Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Den Haag, but also at the beach, in the woods and along the water. Stayokay hostels are housed in different unique buildings, ranging from modern facilities to castles or country houses. No matter where, you will find a relaxed atmosphere, giving you an opportunity to meet fellow travellers.
Hostelling International members receive 2,50 per person per night upon arrival.
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Hostel Facilities & Policies
- Bicycle hire
- Bicycle parking
- Breakfast Included
- Card phones
- Common Room
- Free Internet Access
- Free Parking
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
- Tours/Travel Desk
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Stayokay Utrecht - Bunnik is a 3km walk from Bunnik station. From Utrecht station you can take bus 40 or 41 in the direction of Wijk bij Duurstede and get off at the Rhijnauwen stop. The hostel is located 400m from the stop.
Stayokay Utrecht - Bunnik is both pastoral and urban. You can cycle, walk, swim or canoe on the Kromme Rijn. Walk 5 minutes and youll find Fort van Rhijnauwen, the largest fort of the Hollandse Waterlinie. Historical, yes, and also famous for its special resident plant and animal species. Take a short bus ride or drive and youre in Utrecht, a city of shopping, museums and famous canal-side restaurants. Have you ever climbed to the top of the Dom cathedral?