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De Hoge Neer.

Situated in a monumental farm on the outskirts of Etten-Leur, De Hoge Neer is not only an excellent pancake restaurant and large playground, but also functions as an event location for families and groups of friends looking for an evening of cheer. And if that’s not enough, you can also enjoy delicious culinary dishes in the luxurious restaurant NIVO, passionately prepared by chef Timothy and his team. Come and experience the many possibilities of De Hoge Neer and discover that this is also a perfect base for exploring Etten-Leur and the surrounding area, with various Van Gogh heritage locations within cycling distance….

The kids loved it!
The above enthusiastic reaction came from a father whose children were very much in their element in the 4000 m2 playground. Or perhaps they loved it so much because they were allowed to create their own pancakes – pancakes that quickly disappeared into stomachs (together with the lemonade) after all that physical activity in the playground! The Hoge Neer is not surprisingly very popular as a location for children’s parties, and is very easily accessible with a bus stop in front of the door and free parking for cars and bicycles.

Luxury dining in restaurant NIVO
Restaurant NIVO@DeHogeNeer offers delicious à la carte dishes to groups of up to eight people. From eight people onwards, both lunch and dinner will be prepared in accordance to your wishes in this monumental farmhouse building with its relaxed and hospitable atmosphere. NIVO is working to get a Bib Gourmand recognition, as the restaurant would like to distinguish itself as a dining location where you can enjoy a delicious meal for less than 37 euros. The selection of dishes on the menu changes every season.

Etten-Leur and its surroundings
Because of its location, De Hoge Neer also welcomes many day tourists who are cycling the Van Gogh route between Zundert and Etten-Leur. And what could be better after a day of walking through the beautiful nature reserve the Pannenhoef than a richly filled pancake or luxury regional dish?