The main building has the original and charming view of a Brabantine square farm.
In the building, 3 units are set up, each with its own sleeping quarters, showers, toilets and day rooms. The different accommodations can perfectly be combined, this way we have space for groups up to 106 persons to stay overhere. Each unit has its own colour, wich enables all young as well as older people to easily find their way.
From the central kitchen, guests are provided with delicious meals. Specific questions or diets? A menu can be agreed, all according to the needs of your group, theme, or planning of activities.
The main building also has an extra kitchen, where groups of Scouts en Gidsen Vlaanderen can prepare their own meals. Are you member of another youth group, also looking for a way to cook yourselves? Please feel free to contact us, we will evaluate the possibilities for you.
|Split possibilities||into 3 units, the smallest as from 28 persons|
|Combination possibilities||with campfields, or with the 2 other buildings|
|Accessibility label||No accessibility|
From the cosy courtyard, you arrive at the spacious reception with stove. Also on the ground floor, you find:
- the dining hall
- the full-board kitchen
- the extra kitchen with private dining room
- extra day rooms
The sleeping quarters are situated on the 1st floor, and are of various size:
- 2 rooms of 10 persons
- 7 rooms of 8 persons
- 3 rooms of 6 persons
- 3 rooms of 4 persons
- 1 room of 2 persons
These sleeping quarters are divided among three units, each in a different colour. Nearby the sleeping qarters, there are three sanitary rooms with sufficient showers and toilets. Each unit also has its own day rooms for meetings, activities, ...
- red: 28 beds
- yellow: 34 beds
- blue: 32 beds
- residence: 14 beds
Renting the whole building
If you rent the entire building, you have plenty of space for all of your activities: there are 5 rooms available. On top of that, there is also the large dining hall you can use. Extra toilets are to be found on the ground floor.
As a supplementary asset, there are the independent rooms of 'De Fourier' each containing 3 beds: usefull for f.i. supervisers, cooking team, visitors, so they can stay seperated from the group.
Attention! In weekends 14 bedden are reserved for our volunteer weekend workers. The total capacity then is 102 iso 114 persons.
In our central kitchen, we prepare delicious and healthy meals for our guests. Please contact us should you have any specific questions or dietary requests. The menu can be discussed in advance, all according to the kind of group, theme, or activity plans.
In the main building, there is an extra kitchen, where groups of Scouts en Gidsen Vlaanderen can prepare their own meals. Are you member of another youth group, also looking for a way to cook yourselves? Please feel free to contact us, we will evaluate the possibilities for you.
Rates per person per day for a stay in full board: rates 2020 | rates 2021
- groups of Scouts en Gidsen Vlaanderen: 24,35 euro | 24,85 euro
- youth work (youth movements, recognised youth clubs): 29,85 euro | 30,50 euro
- youth (schools, youth sport clubs, students, friends): 30,50 euro | 31,15 euro
- others (adults, organisations, companies): 38,95 euro | 39,75 euro
Rates per person per day for a stay in self-catering formula: rates 2020 | rates 2021
- groups of Scouts en Gidsen Vlaanderen: 6,85 euro | 7,00 euro
- youth work (youth movements, recognised youth clubs): 9,15 euro | 9,35 euro
- youth (schools, youth sport clubs, students, friends): 9,80 euro | 10,00 euro
- others (adults, organisations, companies): 12,25 euro | 12,50 euro
In the reservation form, you can easily see an indicativ price calculation. When submitting the form, we send you a complete and customized offer.
Hopper commits to sustainability
De Kluis received the Green Key-label. An international certificate, awarded by Toerisme Vlaanderen and Good Planet, as recognition for our attention paid to a durable and sustainable policy in many aspects. In the beginning, we were mainly concerned with the economical and rational use of energy, but nowadays, we commit to more profound actions, such as the use of certain materials, local purchases, sensitization, etc.