Lunchroom en bakkerij Van der Most – Dalfsen
7721 AJ Dalfsen
Bakery Lunchroom Van der Most has been a household name in the nature-rich Vechtdal for many years. The company has lunch cafes in the towns of Ommen, Dalfsen, Raalte and Lemelerveld. You can enjoy a drink and pastry, freshly filled sandwiches and regional products such as Dalfser Moppen, Sallandse wine and the homemade Vechtdal pasta in every location. Curious about the secret behind the delicious chocolates and cakes? Then follow a workshop at the bakery. Go out in the Vechtdal, taste the peace and park your bike at Van der Most to satisfy your appetite.
Landgoed het Laer
7731 AV Ommen
There is an old manor on this estate. It is unknown when the house was built exactly, but it was first mentioned in 1382. This building was nothing more than a refined farmhouse with a special gentleman's room for the owner. In 1742 Johan Lodewijk bought the farm together with his wife and had the manor renovated in a classical style. He also had an impressive park built with a long driveway at the front and a grand canal. In 1850 the house was rebuilt and expanded in neoclassical style. The current country house was the result of this. In 1932 the house was bought by the municipality of Ommen, which has preserved the cultural-historical monument. A few years ago, the country house was completely renovated in style and transformed into the fairytale location it is today. On the wooded estate you will find a special semi-circular garden arbor, an ice cellar, an orangery and a pigeon tower.
het Laar 1
7731 AV Ommen
On Landgoed Het Laer is deer camp Ommen, consisting of more than 50 hectares of forest, an ice cellar, a coach house and a peacock house. Young and old are amazed here. There are deer, goats, goats, peacocks and pigeons. Many water birds also reside in the small lake.
Uitkijktoren De Stokte
Uitkijktoren de Stokte 1
7722 VD Dalfsen
De Stokte is a 20-meter observation tower in Dalfsen that was built in 2012. From here you have a beautiful view over the Dalfsen countryside. The tower was built as part of the 'Room for the Vecht' project. Only sustainable materials have been used in the construction and care has been taken to ensure that the tower fits well into the landscape. The stairs of the tower are made of galvanized steel and the cladding of the tower is made of wood. You can look through the wooden panels of the tower to enjoy the surroundings. It is certainly worth the effort to climb the watchtower. You will not find such a beautiful view over Dalfsen anywhere else. On top of the tower is a viewing platform that offers you a wide view over the river Vecht, the Vechtdal and the accompanying wooded landscape. Only if you are afraid of heights, it is unfortunately better to skip this climb.
The most famous windmill type in the Netherlands. Windmills were not only used to produce flour from cereals, but also for draining polder areas. Natural energy. The most famous windmills can be found in Kinderdijk, which are truly arranged as a polder model. A must see!