Please note that: Consumption costs are included in the room rate.
- Free parking on site
- Consumption costs incl.
- Not suitable for youth groups
- Rental only for holiday lets
This large, exclusive boat house with a sauna, located in Giethoorn, awaits you under a stylish thatched roof.
The house has three beautiful bedrooms and can accommodate six people. Enjoy a beautiful view over the countryside from the living room and on the sun -facing terrace. On one side of the house, you have access to a sheltered place for your boat. A bedroom, a bathroom (with shower or bathtub) and also a sauna for four people are located on the same floor. The ground floor has a separate toilet. The house has a private jetty with a swimming ladder. The interior can be different from the photos. All the houses are of the same quality and standard.
The house is equipped with all amenities, including Wi -Fi, a flat -screen TV, central heating, a dishwasher and a microwave. Moreover, you can park two cars at the house. The property also has a private dock with a swimming ladder.
This large park in Giethoorn, the "Venice of the North" is located on the edge of the nature reserve Weerribben. Go sailing, fishing, swimming or take up hiking, biking or just relax on your private terrace. You can book an electric sloop or boat; it will be anchored in front of your house. Enjoy fishing in the park for a small fee. How about a dive from your private jetty into the refreshing water? In the nature reserve Weerribben Wieden, you may encounter bitterling, stickleback, gudgeon, rudd, roach, pike, bream, perch, pike -perch, white bream and tench. Night fishing is allowed in your villa; please make sure that you do not cause any disturbance.
There is also the Beachclub Bodelaeke with its own restaurant, covered terrace and boules court. A play beach with a pirate ship is especially open for children. There is a swimming area, limited by buoys, for children up to a depth of 130 cm. In addition, the park has started renting bicycles and e -bikes. The park has also expanded its fleet with aluminum electric boats. Bodelaeke is still under construction.