The grass is always greener on the side of Stayokay!
Wake up between the trees, and breathe in the fresh air as you step outside! Our green hostels are sure to leave a lasting impression on you.
With plenty of outdoor activities at 7 of our hostels, we’re sure that we will inspire you to go on an adventure.
We have both shared and private rooms, for two, four or six people, as well as family rooms. The more the merrier!
You'll find us in 22 unique locations in Stay near the beach, in the city, or surrounded by nature. Which one is your favourite?
Stayokay Apeldoorn is the place to stay if you want to explore Dutch nature. National park De Hoge Veluwe is only a short drive away!
Forgot your hiking boots? Nothing to worry about! Apeldoorn has much to offer. With amusement parks and museums nearby, you’ll never get bored! The staff will be happy to give you plenty of recommendations during your stay. The hostel itself has a very expansive terrain as well, where everyone can amuse themselves.
With plenty of things to do, Arnhem will not disappoint.
Head to the city centre and enjoy a delicious meal, or head to one of the many amusement parks nearby. Adventures await around every corner, and our staff is happy to help you on your way! Would you rather stay nearby, don’t worry, the hostel organizes plenty of activities in the vicinity.
After a long day of fun, be sure to visit the hostel’s cosy English pub, or eat with us at our restaurant.
Bergen op Zoom
In the centre of the Brabantse Wal nature reserve, Stayokay Bergen op Zoom is the perfect accommodation for people who love the outdoors.
We start cycle, hiking, or mountain bike- routes right from our front door. And for families, be sure to check out our playground or climbing forest, as well as our family rooms.
Would you rather stay on your feet, then we’ll be taking it quite literally! Take a walk on the bare-feet path nearby. Take your shoes off, and experience a unique walk through the forest. Once you’re done, we’re sure to offer you a nice lunch on our terrace.
Stayokay Dordrecht is right on the edge of the Dutch national park De Biesbosch, a place that is worth your time! Switch from the colourful tiles in the lobby to grass and sand, hike on pathways and explore the beaver forest.
Our hostel has a volleyball and basketball court nearby that you can use freely, as well as bicycles you can rent. Aslo be sure to pay a visit to our terrace for a nice cold drink.
Want to have a bit more unique visit? Stay in a floating Ecolodge on the water, or in our wikkelhouse; A fully-furnished house made of cardboard!
Stayokay Gorssel’s building is as royal as it gets in its activities!
Our family cabins offer a good night’s rest to give you enough energy to explore! See everything a little higher up with a visit to the climbing forest, or visit the toy museum to see the largest public toy collection in The Netherlands. The location itself is excellent as well. With Zutphen and Deventer nearby, you have a total of three cities to explore.
Once you’ve experienced all the great things to do, take it easy and sit at our outdoor terrace with a nice cold drink. Play a giant game of chess, and toast a marshmallow at the campfire. Not sure where to start? Feel free to ask us for recommendations.
This newly-renovated hostel surrounded by trees invites you to have a cold drink on the terrace, or have fun at the nearby playground!
Did you spot that great white building when driving to Stayokay Soest? Palace Soestdijk is the old palace of the Dutch royal family, and is open to visitors most of the time! Other fun activities include walking over the gnome path or visiting the National Military Museum.
The hostel is also a short walk away from train station Soest Zuid, where you can easily reach nearby cities such as historical Amersfoort and Utrecht, the largest city of the Province.
The unique location of this hostel gives you plenty of opportunities to see the local nature that Utrecht has to offer, as well as being a short cycle trip away from the city centre of historical Utrecht.
The hostel can be found in three different historical buildings. If you’re staying over, be sure to visit all three of them and have a drink at our terrace situated in the former carriage house of the estate. If you want to see more than Utrecht’s city, be sure to visit one of the nearby castles, or head to the Railway Museum to learn more about the history of the Dutch railway system.
Climbing as high as the trees
Stroll over a rope bridge, swing on a rope, and let the zip line take you across! Whatever you're doing, one thing is certain: The climbing forest of Brabantse Wal will make sure you are sky-high as you clamber around.
Stroll around while riding a donkey
We all know the game pin the tail on the donkey, but did you know that you can go trekking on a real donkey at the mini-campsite De Vetweide in Almen, about 10 kilometres’ cycle ride from Gorssel?
Race around in the style of the 60's
A great way of exploring the Kromme Rijn region is by Solex bicycle. Dress up in sixties-style long, leather coat and a cap and off you go, puttering past Dutch Waterline forts, lovely country estates, castles and orchards galore.