Our favourite part of Wester-Amstel is its park and gardens. When you visit, you'll have the chance to smell the roses, stroll through the orchard, and see what vegetables are in season.
We are especially proud that our grounds are maintained by a wonderful group of volunteers. They make sure everything is cared for, from the trees to the butterfly garden.
Here's a small taste of what's in our paradise...
The formal garden was once an extension of the reception room. The garden was created in 1993 in the Dutch classicist style.
If you visit Wester-Amstel at the right time, you’ll get to see the stinzentuin. It contains a collection of rare bulb plants, which traditionally grow around castles in the north of Holland.
This garden is planted with flowers that attract butterflies and other helpful pollinators.
You’ll find apple, pear, and prune trees in this centuries-old orchard. Maybe if you're lucky, you’ll be around during harvest season to buy some delicious fruit.
As the name suggests, we use this garden to grow herbs and vegetables. This garden is always changing, and you can be sure that whatever we're growing is going to be delicious.
Check out what's
in bloom right now.