Tour of Landgoed de Horte and Mataram
8.59 km (Approximately 02:08 u)
Your walking route starts at Café Restaurant de Mol. From here you walk to the De Horte estate, laid out in the early 17th century in a predominantly French style. You can enjoy the symmetry in the hedges, orchard, grape greenhouses and the Sequoiadendron sequoia. Winding paths provide surprising vistas. In addition to the country house, you will also find a gardener's house, farm'De Horteboer\\\' and the former billiard room'het Witte huis\\\'. After a visit to the town with the exciting name Mataram, you walk back to your starting point on the estate. Mataram estate owes its name to the first owner, JM van Rhijn, former resident at the court of the sultan of Mataram. He named the country estate he had purchased after the country of Mataram in the former Dutch East Indies. You can enjoy walking on the estate.
|# ||Description ||Distance |
| ||Café Restaurant de Mol (8026 PD , Zwolle, Overijssel, The Netherlands) ||0.00 km |
|L30 (Heinoseweg, 8026PB, Zwolle, Overijssel, The Netherlands) ||0.02 km |
|L35 (8026PG, Zwolle, Overijssel, The Netherlands) ||0.27 km |
|W56 (8026PH, Zwolle, Overijssel, The Netherlands) ||0.67 km |
|W51 (7722ME, Dalfsen, Overijssel, The Netherlands) ||2.23 km |
|W50 (7722ME, Dalfsen, Overijssel, The Netherlands) ||2.56 km |
Café Restaurant de Mol
8026 PD Zwolle
Cafe Restaurant de Mol is located in a monumental building on the main road from Zwolle to Twente. The building has traditionally been a farm with a cafe, but in recent years it has been transformed into a versatile catering company with excellent Dutch cuisine. You can come here for a cup of coffee, drink, lunch or dinner. It is also possible to play a game on the antique billiards table (from 1887!). There is ample free parking behind the building. Walk from here to Landgoed de Horte or take the ferry to Hattem by bike.
The current villa you see here dates from 1935. The former house Mataram is located northeast of the current house on the Mataram estate. This estate is named after the Mataram Sultanate.