Schopsheim (be)

The garden.

Just outside the village ‘s Gravenvoeren, on the edge of a forest on a hill with stunning views, in the middle of a nature reserve lies the exposed nearly three centuries old beautifully restored double care farm ” Schopsheim” . (Meaning: Sheep House from the time of Napoleon)
Over 19 years have been built here beautiful very different borders, partly by the designers of the Heerenhof. After approval by the Dutch Garden Foundation and the Open Garden Belgium they are open to visitors. There are 6 different terraces and a large kitchen where you can spend some time while enjoying a cup of coffee, slice of cake or a drink.

Info garden

Maria Kapteijns
Schophemmerhei 5
3798 ’s-Gravenvoeren
België

0031 (0) 627408854
mariakapteijns@belgacom.net
www.schopsheim.be

Open garden 2018

Saturday and Sunday:
1 – 2 June
8 – 9 and Monday 10 June
15 – 16 June
22 – 23 June
29 – 30 June
13 – 14 July
27 – 28 July
10 – 11 August
24 – 25 August
7 – 8 September
21 – 22 September
Always from 10a.m. till 5p.m.

Entrance fee: € 5 coffee/thee included.

Groupes are very welcome until 1 November after making an appointment.

How to get there

From Maastricht go towards Gulpen. Between Gulpen Margraten and turn right (from Gulpen left) direction Noorbeek / Shelf. Follow this road to the border. At restaurant “Peel Mountain” turn right. (to knpnt 429) Follow this road until the junction Ulvend . Turn right (to knpnt 430) , left restaurant “The Bakehouse ” and right chapel and “Court of Ulvend” . Knpnt at 430, turn left ( here you see the sign Garden Schopsheim) to knpnt 431 . You remain on high and after 1 km you left home “Kattenrot” (white house). Simply drive on dirt road and after 2 km you will see large farm on the right. This is ” Hoeve Schopsheim” . As for the farm ample parking.

Of from ‘s Gravenvoeren g a ou to knpnt 431 ( here you see the sign Schopsheim Garden) and then to 430 and you’re halfway to your destination.

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