The Nutchel camp rules - here's what you should know

Here are some guidelines for what you definitely should and shouldn't do during your stay with Nutchel at domain Het Warredal!

Light and warmth

There’s very little artificial light on the domain, which is a very conscious choice so we disrupt the ecosystem as little as possible. In the cabins light is created via oil lamps and candles, oh so cosy! In the cabin you will find instructions on how to turn on the oil lamps. To get around at night, it’s best to use your flashlight or one of the oil lamps that are in your Cosy Cabin.
Our Cosy Cabins are heated with a wood stove, which means you need to find your inner Neanderthal and start fetching some wood! Just kidding - we've done the fetching for you. When you arrive in the cabin there will be some wood there to get you started, and when you run out you will find more wood in the woodshed. Instructions on how to get your wood stove started can be found in the cabin.


One of Het Warredal’s greatest assets is it’s peaceful atmosphere. Please respect this tranquility, so everyone (including the animals!) can fully enjoy the magic of the location. It would be a pity to scare away the singing birds ;) We also kindly ask you to be extra quiet after 10:30 pm, so both your human and animal neighbours can sleep peacefully.
No cars


We kindly ask you to leave your car at the parking near the Nutchel lodge. Upon arrival your hosts will bring you and your luggage with an electric golf cart to your Cosy Cabin. During your stay you either walk or take a bike to move around, the distances aren’t that far.
Cosy Tipi

Cosy Tipi

In the valley of the domain you will find the Cosy Tipi: a central gathering place next to a small beach by the swimming pond. From 4pm to 6pm you can join us for a lovely cup of coffee, tea or a slice of cake! You will also find board games, (comic) books, crayons and pencils - for kids who like to color - and a number of outdoor games. It is also possible to pick up some games at the reception. And to top it all off, there’s a large campfire, the ideal place for spending the evening cosy together. So basically, the Cosy Tipi is the best place to get to know your fellow Nutchel visitors and let your children play together.
Nutchel Lodge

Nutchel Lodge

Whenever you have any questions, you can always pop by at the welcoming area in the Nutchel Lodge. The team of domain Het Warredal will certainly be able to help you! Domain Het Warredal is a family domain so it might happen that there's nobody in the Nutchel Lodge out of the standard check-in and check-out times. So if you don't find anyone, free to contact them by phone should you have any questions. By the way, the Nutchel Lodge is also the place where you can find little grocery shop, where you can find some delicious local products and a few cool beers.


A tip: don’t miss out on the horses! You should know that Het Warredal is still primarily known for its horse training center, where competitions are held on international level. So if you're interested, ask the team at Het Warredal for more details about horse riding lessons or the pony experience for children!