The Lemelerberg Lodge is situated at one of the most beautiful spots in Overijssel. East of Zwolle on the southern slope of the 60 meter high Lemelerberg, one of the highest hills of Salland. Hidden between the trees with nature all around and overlooking the heather you find a historic wooden chalet. Brought as a building kit all the way by train from Austria in 1925 by the Dutch banker Abraham Ledeboer. In summer the family organized delicious picnics and in winter, children played in the snow. The original cross country skis are still in the attic. You can still feel the rich history of the lodge which we recently renovated together with Landscape Overijssel as a cosy hide-away to enjoy slow living. With natural materials, pure and eco-friendly.
slow living
The Lemelerberg lodge has lots of character and comes with everything for a relaxed stay for two to five persons. Enjoy nature, silence and ... dream under our fine bedlinen. Explore the vast heathland early in the morning or go for a walk in search of the sheep herd. Here the nights are dark and you can hear the drumming of the woodpecker. You reach the lodge via a sandy path that slowly winds up through the forest. 
slow living Lemelerberg Lodge
The Lemelerberg Lodge is decorated with natural, sustainable materials and suitable for 2 to 5 people. Stay in the middle of nature and enjoy the panoramic views. Here you live as much outdoors as inside the cosy lodge. And at night you dream away in fine beds with soft By Mölle linen.

off grid
A wood stove keeps the lodge warm and solar panels provide electricity. There is a toilet, sink and a special rainwater filter provides running water. You can take a shower at the nearby camping site, 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 lodge you'll find a brochure with maps of the area and great tips for getting out and about.
slow stays By Möllewhat is in the Lemelerberg Lodge?
  • Living room with dining area
  • Kitchen with cook top and refrigerator
  • Toilet and sink
  • Jerry cans for drinking water
  • Shower facility at the campsite nearby
  • Cosy lounge with sofa
  • Wood stove and firewood
  • Beds for 2 to 5 people (2 bedrooms, 3 single beds, 1 double bed)
  • Linen bedding and ecological duvets and pillows
  • The veranda with terrace runs into forest and heathland
slow living By Mölle
  • As of €390 for a weekend (3 nights, Friday to Monday)
  • As of €520 for a midweek (4 nights, Monday to Friday)
  • As of €728 for a week (7 nights, Friday to Friday or Monday to Monday)
  • Bedlinen and cleaning costs € 80 per stay
  • Babies up to 2 years old stay for free. Please let us know if we need to make the bed for your little one.
  • Pets are not allowed
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
Arrival from 16:00, departure before 10:00, for rent from May until the end of October
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 raven. In winter, the cormorant hibernates here.

"This makes me happy. A veranda from where you have a view of the surrounding area. The lodge is it is completely off grid, so cool. There is no central heating, but a wood stove if you get cold. Running water is there, but only to wash your hands and go to the toilet. Electricity comes from the solar panels.  But what really matters is the nature all around." watch the video. - Chris Zegers 3 op Reis NPO1.
slow living Vechtdal Overijssel
With your stay at the Lemelerberg Lodge and 't Witte Huis we help Landschap Overijssel protect nature and national heritage in Overijssel, so we can all enjoy it.

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