History of Dijnselburg

Estate Dijnselburg, located at Amersfoortseweg 10 in Zeist, was originally owned by the Catholic Church in the Netherlands and used for educational purposes. In around 1950, a building named Philosophicum was especially constructed to house and educate priests and deacons. In addition to private rooms, the building contains a chapel (no longer in use), classrooms, and recreational areas.

Meet: Hans & Ineke

On site Hans and Ineke are there to help you with any issues you might have; they also keep an eye out that all rules are followed)

Hans & Ineke

We are Hans and Ineke, the managers of Landgoed Dijnselburg. During your stay on the estate, we will be your first point of contact. Our office is on the ground floor of the Philosophicum and we are available Monday till Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For example, if you have questions about the location, if the lamp in your room is broken, the oven is not working or you want to print something, you can walk into our office, talk to us when you meet us or simply send us an e-mail.

We are also concerned with safety on the site and in the building.  Upon arrival we will make it clear to you what to do in case the evacuation alarm sounds. We also have the task of ensuring that the house rules are observed. In this way we try to contribute to a pleasant stay at the Dijnselburg estate.

0346 55 71 62
📧 rooms@landgoeddijnselburg.nl

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