Experience genuine warm Brabant hospitality together with a stylish and inspiring ambiance at De Weverij. The hotel is partially set in a converted weaving mill, and has succeeded in preserving its industrial heritage. The combination of designer furniture and the use of natural materials results in an amazingly beautiful interior.
The rooms have three distinctly unique styles. From designer to classic, from Dutch industrialism to warm Italian. In the modern rooms the photo wallpaper refers to the old weaving mill. Restaurant Cordial has belonged to Holland’s top gourmet restaurants for years. The restaurant’s décor combines natural materials and earth tones to create a relaxing dining ambiance.
The dishes are inspired, original and classic. The talented sommelier excels in wine and food pairing. In addition to classic wines, be prepared to discover surprising and unusual wines. Regional museum Jan Cunen is well worth a visit. The public forest estates are a magnificent nature park.
The hotel’s restaurant, Cordial, is one of the Netherland’s top restaurants. The earth tones and natural materials create a restful atmosphere in the popular restaurant. Young talented chef Joost Verhoeven’s inspired and original dishes are based on solid classical cooking. Host and sommelier Roy Pelgrim is an expert in the area of wine-food combinations. Working closely together with chef Verhoeven, he ensures you always get the best possible wine to complement the flavours of your food. Don’t miss out, though, on the ‘sommelier selection’ or the season’s choice. The wine list is regularly adapted, listing interesting wines from e.g. Serbia, Croatia or Sardinia.
Winner of the QL Robbe & Berking Silver Butter Knife 2016
The restaurant is opened Monday through Friday between 12.00h - 14.00h, and 18.00h - 22.00h. Saturday between 18.00h - 22.00h.
The hotel has a lovely courtyard garden with veranda. A large plane tree shades the terrace on hot days.
While staying at the hotel you will be pampered, but Brabant has so much more to offer. Oss has many historical monuments, such as the Franciscan Monastery and the Clarissen Convent in Megen. The Jan Cunen Museum is also certainly worth a visit, with its fine collections of 19th century and modern art, as well as archaeology and local history. The charming wooded countryside is just around the corner with many tracks for hikers, horse riders and bicycles.