After some research, we found a B&B called Mössems in Denekamp, the Netherlands. The rooms are wheelchair accessible, each with its own accessible bathroom and direct access to the private terrace with a wide view. This 3-star hotel features free Wi-Fi and a bar. At the hotel, the rooms include a closet, a flat-screen TV, and a private bathroom.
“If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.”
The Bed & Breakfast used to be an old farm, but the owners renovated it into a beautiful B&B. At the entrance, you could immediately see that a lot of attention has been paid to this place and the looks of this place. The owner told us about the history and the origins of this Bed and Breakfast.
It was quite noticeable that they have thought about everything around accessibility. But it is arranged in such a way that it is not obvious that this place is adapted for people with a disability.
We had booked rooms called ‘De Tarwe’ and ‘De Haver’ because these rooms have electric profiling beds. The owners did not charge extra for using these electric beds. Directly from the rooms, you could enjoy the view over the meadows. It was a very refreshing, green place. If you want to relax and recharge somewhere in nature, then I will recommend this place and the surroundings.
The first morning we had breakfast with fresh pastries and croissants. On the advice of the owner of the B&B, we went to the outlet of Ochtrup in Germany. This was about a half-hour drive from the Bed and Breakfast. This outlet was very large, and it also was very well accessible for wheelchair users. There were several accessible toilets. After some shopping, we went to a modern café to have a cup of coffee with a nice German pastry.
Through TripAdvisor, we ended up at an all-you-can-eat Sushi and Wok restaurant in Enschede. This tent is called Asaka and is very well wheelchair accessible. The staff was friendly, and the food was good.
On Sunday, it was Mother’s Day. The breakfast buffet was extensive this time and there were around 20 people for breakfast. After eating breakfast, we packed our suitcases, and we had to check out at 11 a.m. Before checking out, I bought some local honey and homemade jam. I love buying local, homemade stuff from farms because I think this is much better than from a supermarket. More from nature and maybe fairer to the farmers.