Ton and his wife were extremely accommodating and generous with their time. We arrived late at night after driving from France and they waited up for us, offering a much-welcome glass of wine upon arrival. They speak a decent amount of English and struck a good balance between getting to know us and giving us our privacy. The rooms are impeccably decorated--peacful tones and earthy woods with cathedral ceilings and a trendy, modern bathroom (see photos attached). Our living room had a fireplace, flatscreen TV, a variety of DVDs, and a coffeemaker. We stayed in the room/suite attached to their house. For breakfast they knock on the adjoining door to let you know it's ready and then you go into their side dining room (and they vacate the general area). It's a pretty little room and the breakfast spread is mind-boggling (meats, cheeses, breads, Dutch chocolate sprinkles, fruit, hard-boiled egg...). We had 2 issues that affected our sleep--sunlight streaming through the skylights in the morning, and surprisingly noisy traffic (trucks and motorcycles) on the main road the house sits on. I'm a pretty good sleeper and found these distracting (I slept on the pull-out couch in the front living room). The noise is probably not as much of an issue in the back bedroom. Regarding location, this is an easy bike ride or drive from Nijmegen, and I believe there are also bus routes nearby. There are only a couple restaurants and one grocery store in the town of Lent (at least this neighborhood), so long-term guests would probably need to explore other parts. de Lente Hof is a great place to relax outside the city at a very reasonable rate!