Food for gastro-gnomes

The Gnome Path is the toddlers’ version of the Nijmegen Four Days Marches.

With a pointed hat, a book of challenges and a knapsack on their back, all supplied by the restaurant, they head off into the woods to earn their Gnome Diploma.

Children can walk the Gnome Path with pointed hat, a book of challenges and a knapsack on their back.

The Gnome Path starts at Restaurant ‘t Hoogt in the middle of a stunning nature reserve consisting of forest, dunes and heather. It’s a popular place to stop for a coffee or well-earned lunch among passing hikers and cyclists.

Within walking distance of the restaurant, we find the National Military Museum where you can journey through the military history of the Netherlands. There’s also plenty for children to see and do. In the interactive zone, Xplore, they can sit in an F-16 simulator.

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Children who have built up a healthy appetite after walking the Gnome Path have not been forgotten either, as the menu includes chips and pancakes. Once refuelled, they can go and play in the restaurant’s play­ground.

  Restaurant 't Hoogt​
Address: Van Weerden Poelmanweg 220, Soest

Restaurant 't Hoogt