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Hofstede Ter Biest

Next to the Zwalmbeek in an 18th century square farm you will find this B&B with four spacious rooms. The charming farm is located at a junction of various walking and cycling routes.

Hermelgemhoeve Liriope – Zonnebloem

Two holiday homes located in the authentic Hermelgemhoeve in Nederzwalm. Both houses have several bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, bathroom, living room, terrace and garden. The houses are an ideal starting point for a beautiful bike ride along the Scheldt.

Glamping Siliginis

Domein Siliginis is organizing a tipi luxury get-away in the summer of 2023. A unique glamping formula with barbecue and breakfast. More information can be found on their website.

De Notelaar

Waking up in the shade of an ancient walnut tree in the vicinity of an equally old watermill. You can also enjoy many packages in this charming B&B.

Hofstede ter Biest

Cozy bar with playground and petanque square in the courtyard of B&B Hofstede Ter Biest.

Domein Siliginis

Domein Siliginis is there for your private event, workshop, product launch, original team building or any other creative gathering that you want to host in a unique place. They offer overnight accommodation without obligation, so you can fully enjoy this piece of heritage. During certain periods you can enjoy the pop-up bar, have dinner or […]

De Molenaere

“De Molenaere” combines a gastronomic restaurant and a brasserie/café. The threshold is therefore very low, everyone is welcome: from walkers who eat a pancake on Sunday or come for a beer to the gastronome who wants to enjoy the cooking skills. A playground for the little ones and a meeting room for seminars are available.

Del Fiore

Italian restaurant in the heart of Nederzwalm.


Event location Baxus occasionally opens the doors of the Baxus café. During autumn and winter you can enjoy the warmth of the season, conviviality and delicious nibbles during certain weekends.

Biestmolen [mill]

The history of this protected water mill dates back to before 1063. At that time, it provided the livelihood of the Benedictine monks in Ename. At the end of the 19th century, the mill house was renovated and acquired its current appearance with a mill wheel. You can take a look at the mill house […]