Easygoing & Hospitable

De Postelse Hoeve

Get to know the hospitality of Hotel De Postelse Hoeve in Tilburg. Over 50 years of warm hospitality and personal care. Still the reason to grab a bite, throw a party or arrange a meeting. Throughout the years, Hotel De Postelse Hoeve Tilburg has grown to become an impressive company. Equipped with 35 hotel rooms, a beautiful restaurant with a conservatory and 9 party and meeting rooms.

Pleasant food

or a weekend get-away?

Many came before you! The hotel is located near the Textile Museum, Museum de Pont, Beekse Bergen safaripark and Efteling attraction park. That’s why De Postelse Hoeve is the ideal base of operations for a relaxing weekend away with your family, partner or colleagues. We are here for you during your stay with us, free Wi-Fi is available and you also will enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in our well-known brasserie.

A little more about

The history   

The origin of our hotel lies in the year 1608, when the Heerkens family constructed a farm near The Hasseltse chapel. In 1830 it came to be known as an ‘inn’, but drinks were likely served before that time. During the nineteenth century De Postelse Hoeve developed itself into a prominent place for all sorts of businessmen and -women. In 1929 Hendrik Heerkens sold the café to Cornelis Fouchier, who ran it for a few decades. Later, in 1934, an association hall was added to the building.

In 1962 the complex, including one of the oldest Tilburg farms, was demolished. Back then the company was owned by the couple Vermeer-Fouchier, who found a new accomodation close to the old location in 1963. The name ‘De Postelse Hoeve’ became official that year, and the café was expanded with a hotel and restaurant. From 1966 to 1989 the company was expanded and renovated. A separate conference center, with hotel accommodation, was also opened during this time.

We owe our name to one of the oldest farmhouses in Tilburg. We are proud to carry on its legacy.