Newly decorated in December 2017!
- Kitchenette with microwave, kettle, fridge and coffee machine or Senseo, - Small cooking facilities for 2 pan;
- Huge private bathroom with rain shower, toilet with disabledbügel and vanity;
- 2-person bed 160 x 200 with topper;
- Flat screen TV with satellite channels (Canal Digital), many German TV channels;
- sitting area with dining table;
- Terrace with decking and furniture. Socket on terrace for laptop or grill
- Free wifi
- Own private parking in front of the accommodation
Would you like to spend a holiday with friends or family? We have two separate studio's for rent! Each has space for two adults, and 1 child up to three years.
4361 AA West Chapel
dezuus @ gmail. com
Westkapelle is a wonderful place that invites you to linger both in summer and in winter. Westkapelle lies at the westernmost point of the Netherlands, and is surrounded by the salty waters of the Westerschelde and the North Sea. Westkapelle has much to offer, including:
• Clean and long sandy beach.
• Walking, cycling and fishing in nature (and) around Westkapelle
• Peace and quiet, but also liveliness and acting, for example the Westkappelse fair space and tranquility, but also vitality and spectacle, for example the Westkapeller fair and the traditional ring riding.
• In the summer season are many events, these can be found under: Events.
• A wide choice of accommodation in and outside the village.
• Various catering: terraces, beach pavilions and restaurants.
Westkapelle is surrounded by water to the north, west and south, it is protected by the dunes and the sea dike. The sea dike shows the great contrast between water and land. Tourists like to climb up to enjoy the breathtaking view. The waves, passing ships and fantastic sunsets are always mesmerizing. If you turn around, you will see the characteristic red roofs of the village, always a fascinating picture. Most of the houses were built during the reconstruction in the 1950s. The pre-war Westkapelle has almost completely been destroyed during the Second World War. The sea dike was bombed by the Allies in October 1944 to liberate Walcheren. Due to the resulting bomb hole in the dike, the sea had free reign in the village, which has among other things led to the emergence of the large lake behind Westkapelle.