The Broederenklooster is a former monas- tery and one of the oldest and most beautiful buildings in Zutphen. It’s a place to lose yourself in a history stretching back to the 13th century – and with a chef who was once Switzerland’s youngest to earn a Michelin star.More info
De Kristalijn, boasting one Michelin star, is the domain of chef Koen Somers. This hypermodern restaurant is
housed in an elegantly minimalistic concrete and glass building. The clean lines continue inside, harmonising with the warm and luxurious decor.
The oldest document mentioning Herberg De Draak – now Grand Hotel De Draak – dates from 1397. It proves that this is the oldest hotel in the Netherlands. Over the centuries, the hotel has lost nothing of its quality, although what was once a smoke-filled room with a smouldering fire is now a contemporary restaurant called Hemingway – named after the adventurous author and gourmand Ernest Hemingway.From € 79,50 per night More info
The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V stayed here, as did William of Orange. The Wilden family have now taken over this historic castle and have transformed it into a contemporary boutique hotel with an excellent restaurant.From € 177 per night More info
Hotels that have preserved the authentic atmosphere of a historic inn or tavern are few and far between. You have to hunt for them, but they do still exist.From € 105 per night More info