Dining with a view of the sea

Because of Covid 19 we only serve take away breakfast. No dinner! Restaurants around the hotel serve take away diners. 

Those who have tasted the sea air will also enjoy our original 3-course daily menus on the beach. We serve dinner in our pavilion by the sea, according to many the most beautiful place on the Dutch coast. Where else can you have such delicious food with the beach, the sea and the dunes as a living decor around you? Due to the elevated position on the last dune top, you can see the entire beach as far as Ijmuiden. To your right the majestic Hondsbossche Zeewering, the statue of beachcomber Simon Gutker and the vast polder landscape behind it.

Restaurant open for hotel guests

Despite government restrictions to close all restaurants (November 2020), our guests are allowed to dine with us in the hotel restaurant. We look forward to welcoming you to our hotel restaurant for breakfast and dinner. You can reserve a table at check-in. Our restaurant is open until 8 p.m. We are also happy to provide dinner as room service

Breakfast restaurant

Breakfast is served every morning in our breakfast restaurant with terrace that borders directly on the dunes. We serve breakfast until noon every day. You can pass on your wishes to our breakfast staff and your breakfast will be served at your table. In good weather we also offer you the opportunity to have breakfast outside on the terrace.

Dinner restaurant

In high season we offer you a varied 3-course menu in the pavilion every day. A menu that is tailored to the seasonal range of products, the weather, the inspiration of the chef and of course to you. In addition to the 3-course menu, you can also eat a la Carte in the pavilion.

Safety measures

We place high priority on the health and safety of our guests and employees and are committed to preventing the risk of contamination and spread. In order to receive you as safely as possible, our hotel and restaurant have been fully adapted to the new situation. Everything has been thought of and we meet all guidelines for a carefree and safe stay.

Our restaurant is only accessible to hotel guests.
  • Please wait at the designated spot until our host shows you your table.
  • Keep 1.5 meters away. Both to our employees and to other guests.
  • To maintain sufficient distance, we serve with appropriate distance.
  • There is a maximum of 4 guests from one household per table (children up to and including 12 years old not included).
  • Preferably pay with pin or contactless.

Where does your breakfast come from?

We have been working on breakfast for years with other (family) companies. With natural products from the region, Europe and the rest of the world. The hard-working families who have been contributing to breakfast for years with passion for their profession include the Bakker, Schilder family and the Vercher family.

The Vercher family

For top quality oranges you have to be in Spain. The Bolcher family business of the Vercher family has a wealth of experience in growing, harvesting and processing lemons, oranges and mandarins. The Spanish family business was founded in 1922. The third generation is now at the helm. The Bollo plantation has a perfect sun position. The trees are planted from low to high against the mountainside. Bollo has its own source to provide the trees with enough water. A modern irrigation system does the rest. More info at www. bollo.es.

The Schilder family

Beemster cheese is a smooth, tasty cheese from the heart of the Beemster polder. One of the suppliers of this cheese is the care farm André Hoeve from Spierdijk. André and Jolanda Schilder, and the children Linn, Stan, Mel and Bo are the owners of this dairy farm. We recommend to visit the World Heritage Beemster polder. A beautiful area for cycling. For more information about the André Hoeve, please visit www.andrehoeve.nl.

The Bakker family

The Bakker family from Groet and Schoorl have been local warm bakers for more than 50 years, who are dedicated to the bakery trade, work with the best raw materials and make bread and pastries in their own bakery and in the traditional way. Especially for the beach hotel and pavilion Struin, the Bakker family bakes the beachcomber bread that is loved by our guests. Would you also like to see how things are going in the bakery? Please contact Paul Bakker and ask about the possibilities. Telephone number 072 509 1639. Bakker Bakker has a shop in Groet and Schoorl.