Right across the street from the medieval church of
you will find our b&b, Horpala.
Staying in Horpala means enjoying the peace
of Limburg’s countryside from one of our 4
charming and comfortable rooms. Enjoy a local beer, glass of
wine and a nice meal far away
from the hustle and
bustle of city life.
This beautiful area that we call home is also popular
for cycling and hiking, so why not rent a bicycle or
at Horpala? If you prefer exploring one of
several cities in our vicinity, or would like to go
shopping or soak up some culture, please have a look at
the section “activiteiten info”.
B&B Horpala has 4 guest rooms: 3 double rooms and 1
Our 4 guest rooms come with all modern conveniences
and have the same charming style while retaining their
Lunch, picnic baskets or dinner are available upon
request. All meals are served in the
room or, if the weather is nice, out on the patio.
your day with a delicious breakfast of
sandwiches, pastries, meats, cheese, homemade jams,
cereals… but also eggs, pancakes, French toast…
Should you want to stay
in for dinner, our chef would
be happy to cater to your culinary needs. After many
years of experience in our own restaurant, Jan treats
our guests to delicious meals, using fresh seasonal
You can enjoy the communal sitting room, which features a flat screen TV, hifi, free WIFI, books, board games… If you’d rather enjoy the fresh air, you are more than welcome to take a stroll in our beautiful garden.
Although we are very fond of pets ourselves (you will,no doubt, see ours running around
in our garden), we don’t allow other pets for health reasons.
Please note that our B&B has a non-smoking policy.
wish you a pleasant stay.
Jan, Cynthia & Amber
“Horpala”, a place name used to refer to our village, appears in writings
dated as early as 1067 AD. Later on, the name changed to “Horpmala”, “Orpmael”, “Horpmael” and finally “Horpmaal”.
Horpmaal is situated in droog ( dry ) Haspengouw at a height
of 79.93 metres. The name “Horpmaal” can be traced back to two Latin terms, "horrei pallus", which means "house on poles in the swamp" and refers to a particular building, more specifically a castle, built on poles, with a bridge over water, which
was situated along the Roman road from Tongeren to Gembloux.
Another derivation of Horpala is supposed to
have come from the Germanic "hurwa", meaning mud, and " malho", or depression.
(Source :www.grootheers.be; Heers en zijn 12 kerkdorpen)
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