Where can I find the Lemelerberg Lodge?
The Lemelerberg Lodge is located in Overijsselse Vechtdal. East of Zwolle on the southern slope of the 60 meter high Lemelerberg (one of the the highest hills of Salland).
The lodge is located on the Lemelerberg. After booking we will send the directions how to get to the chalet. If you come by public transport, you can take the train to Ommen and continue the journey by taxi or OV-fiets.
How can I make a reservation?
You can place a booking here.
After your booking you will receive the confirmation and invoice by e-mail. We ask you to pay the deposit within 7 days. For bookings within three months before the arrival date, the total amount must be paid. For bookings longer than three months before the arrival date, 50% of the total amount must be paid. The balance must be paid no later than 3 weeks before the arrival date.
Can I take an option?
You can take an option for a period, and you can request this by telephone or by e-mail. Please note that the option is valid for a maximum of two days.
What are the arrival and departure times?
Week: arrival on Monday or Friday from 16:00, departure on Monday or Friday before 11:00.
Weekend 3 nights: arrival on Friday from 16:00, departure on Monday before 10:00.
Midweek: arrival on Monday from 16:00, departure on Friday before 10:00.
Of course you can arrive later and leave earlier.
The key of the Lemelerberg Lodge can be picked up at the By Mölle studio in Dalfsen between 15:30 and 17:30 p.m. If you arrive later please contact us so we can arrange something for you.
Where do I sleep in the Lemelerberg Lodge?
There are two bedrooms with a total of 5 beds. At night you dream away in fine beds with soft By Mölle linen.
The Lemelerberg Lodge is detached and completely off grid with solar panels and a wood stove that keeps the chalet warm. There is a toilet, a sink and running water. for a shower you go to the campsite nearby, and you can get extra drinking water from the farmer at the bottom of the hill. From the veranda you walk into nature with numerous cycling and hiking trails. The area has a rich history. In the chalet you'll find a brochure with maps of the area and nice tips.
What is in the Lemelerberg Lodge?
- Living room with dining area
- Kitchen with stove and refrigerator
- Toilet and sink
- Drinking water in jerry cans
- Shower facility at the nearby campsite
- Dining table and chairs
- Comfortable armchairs and couch
- Wood stove
- Beds for 2 to 5 people (2 bedrooms. 1 double bed, 3 single beds, 1 cod)
- The veranda with terrace runs into forest and heathland
- What is included in the price?
- By Mölle bed linen
- Tourist tax
- Fire wood for the stove
- Ecological household products
- Electricity via solar panels, gas and water
Please leave the Lemelerberg Lodge tidy and broom clean. The costs for bedlinen and the final cleaning are € 75. These costs are listed separately on the invoice.
Where can I park?
You can park with 1 car at De Lemelerberg Lodge. You reach the lodge via an access path that slowly winds upwards through the forest to the top. We will give you the coordinates and instructions on how to reach this spot.
With how many people can I stay in De Lemelerberg Lodge?
The Lemelerberg Lodge is an accommodation for two to five people. Babies up to 2 years old stay for free. Please bring your own baby cot and bedlinen.
Terms and Conditions
You can read the terms and conditions here.
By Mölle store
For the interior of The Lemelerberg Lodge we used our By Mölle Slow Living collection. You can find nearly everything in our studio and online store. Beautiful, timeless designs, crafted with sustainable, natural materials.
Nature and environment
With the variety of moors, sand plains, forests and springs the Lemelerberg is unique. It is with about 1000 hectares the largest nature area of Landschap Overijssel and designated by Europe as Natura 2000. More than 150,000 years ago an ice sheet of 100 to 400 meters thick covered the northern half of our country. In addition, rocks of thousands of kilos were transported from Scandinavia and gradually smoothed or pulverized on the way. The glacier pushed everything inch by inch. This created a hill with a height of 78 meters: the Lemelerberg. From different points you can enjoy beautiful views. Part of the year the heath is grazed by a herd of about 200 sheep. It is a beautiful cycling and walking area. With luck you can see deer, sand lizard, polecat, pine marten, ermine, honey buzzard, hawk, woodlark, tree pipit, nightjar, buzzard and the raven. In winter, the cormorant hibernates here.
There are several beautiful walking routes on the Lemelerberg:
-The Blue route (8 km)
-The drift sand route (southern slope 3.5 km)
-The Green route (2 km)
With your stay at the Lemelerberg Lodge we help Landschap Overijssel to protect nature and national heritage in Overijssel, so we can all enjoy it.
If you have any other questions, please call or email us!