Herberghe de Coeckepanne – English
Transport yourself to the gastronomic past and enjoy the extremely delicious pancakes traditionally made based on an old family recipe, or one of the other typical Brabant specialities. The use of (regional) produce from local suppliers shows how we embrace all that is from Brabant. And since everyone should feel at home here, we of course consider special wishes and allergies. Consider whole grain, buckwheat or gluten free versions but we also turn our hand to vegan pancakes.
- Traditionally baked in an open kitchen
- Traditional Brabant specialities
- Opposite a lovely, Neogothic domed church
- Nineteenth century interior filled with antiquities
- The pancake restaurant in Brabant for the past 50 years
To the southwest of the village, you will find the Lieropsche Heide, a forest and heathland that merges with the beautiful Strabrechtse Heide nature reserve. Here, you will find one of the largest fens of the Netherlands. You will find lovely long gable farms in the protected villagescape of the hamlet of Boomen. Lierop also has three war monuments. These commemorate the fallen crew members of crashed British planes from the Second World War and an American pilot and underground resistance fighter killed in action here in 1944.
You will find many cycling and walking routes around Lierop. One is the 8.5 km long ‘Onderduikersroute’. This walking route starts at our door and goes through the stunning outskirts of Lierop towards the former Dennenlust safe house. Or jump on a bike and choose one of the five cycling junction routes that pass this former farm (from 1892). You will be amid forests, heaths, fens and nature reserves within no time.
There is probably nowhere else in the province that you will find so many traditional Brabant specialities under one roof. Beside our traditional pancakes, we serve homemade sausage rolls, winter ‘snert’ (traditional pea soup), brawn and other traditional processed meats made from scraps of pork, black pudding with apple, pork crackling and the well-known ‘Abram’ soup. It doesn’t get more nostalgic than that!