With the beach at 300 meters and “Renesse” at 600 meters lies this property hidden away in the shrubbery. The house is facing the sunny south side and overlooks the nature reserve of castle "Slot Moermond”. The fact that the owners would like to live here in the future, says more than enough about this lovely home.
The hall sets the tone right away, “scaffold wood” and old ship ropes direct you into the living room with French doors. A tough looking lounge sofa and a large 10 person dining table. Authentic closets hide the large inventory containing champagne glasses so you can toast on arriving at this unique place with 0.5 hectares of land. The kitchen is fully equipped with all the desirable equipment that suits a house like this.
Downstairs there are 2 bedrooms of which one with a unique four-poster bed and sofa bed. Perfect for a family with little children there is a cool children’s room with two single beds and a loft bed. A shower, sink and separate toilet compliment the ground floor.
A 2 person bedroom with its own sturdy wooden jetty shower, sink and box spring bed (160x180). The large master bedroom with spacious 2 person bed, private shower and sink provides relaxing space and privacy.
The house is furnished with furniture made out of “scaffold wood”, along with the interior colors, white, blue and some natural tones the house breathes a very pleasant atmosphere.
In the large garden there are 3 terraces. The entire house has free WiFi internet.
Renesse is a lively seaside town where you could enjoy a wonderful holiday!
Pay a visit to the “Schouwse” beaches, accessible throughout the year and a worthwhile visit even during the winter months. The beaches are wide and filled with numerous terraces.
Nice shops and restaurants, free bus rides to the beach (during season, leaving from the “Transferium”) and an exciting nightlife are just a few of the characteristics that make “Renesse” an attractive holiday destination.
Renesse is centrally located along the stretched North Sea Beach that forms the coastline of “Schouwen-Duiveland”. Wide and clean beaches that are divided into different types like; family, natural, sport- & water sports, nudist zones and extreme sport beaches. For all these different types are specific rules to ensure visitors can relax in safety. The rules are conveniently located on signs at each of the beach transitions.
The enormous size beaches of “Schouwen-Duiveland” are well-known in Holland and abroad. Premium quality beaches are recognizable by the waving “Blue Flag” and are located on not just one but three locations on the island! The “Blue Flag” is an international prize that is annually awarded to those beaches that are both clean and safe. Current award holders are the beach transitions at “Jan v. Renesseweg”, “Julianahoeve” and the “Burgh-Haamstede transition” in “Westenschouwen”.
Divided among the entire length of 21 kilometers of beach you will find no less than 14 beach pavilions, of which some are also open in the winter or at least on weekends.
During the season, at the most crowded transitions in “Burgh-Haamstede” and “Renesse”, there is a fully operational post of the beach lifeguards staffed entirely by volunteers from around the country that like to combine the pleasant with the needed during their holiday.
There are several bike- and walking trails across the island of “Schouwen-Duiveland” route maps are available at tourist offices.