White with red dots: the Bolletjescafé
Bring yourself, Ronald will do the sameRonald Dekker is 50. He is owner of Bolletjescafé De Klok in Warmenhuizen.
Ronald has owned Bolletjescafé De Klok since 2004. Visitors will immediately notice the white facade with all those red dots painted on it. It’s a reference to the famous 'Mountain jersey' from the Tour de France. Professional cyclist Steven Rooks, who is from Warmenhuizen, participated in the Tour in 1988. The then owner of the café vowed to paint the facade yellow if his fellow villager won. Rooks came in second but did manage to bring home the mountain jersey. So the colors of the polka dot jersey ended up on the facade!
More than 100 years of history
The café is located in the beautiful polder landscape of North Holland with everything nearby. Definitely worth a visit!
Cycling routes and overnight stays
Beautiful place in North Holland
The Bolletjescafé is a really nice social hub. Locals and people from the area come here, not to mention tourists staying in Schoorl or Bergen, for example, and cyclists who have heard of us. You can reach the beach or the city of Alkmaar within half an hour, and Amsterdam is only an hour away. This place is located in the beautiful polder landscape of North Holland with everything nearby. Definitely worth a visit!