2 bedroom accommodation in Ede
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In this family-oriented holiday park, children are sure to have the time of their lives. Many features have been tailored just to them. Of course there are adequate facilities for adults as well. A few of the many amenities include: a central playground and several small playgrounds, a heated outdoor pool with sunbathing area, volleyball court / recreation area, multi-funtion area (eg football) and a recreational team during the summer months.The park is situated amidst the nature of the Veluwe. The park is completely surrounded by woods and lies near Ede and Lunteren. The wide diversity is typical of the landscape around Ede. Here one can find forests, heaths and sand drifts. De Hoge Veluwe National Park is a good example. Near Ede and Bennekom there are high (dry) heathlands for sheep, lowland pastures for other livestock and arable areas in between.Besides plenty of space and the tranquility of nature, the charming village and city life is not missing either. Beautiful Gelderland villages around Ede include Lunteren, Otterlo, Bennekom, Harskamp, Veenendaal and Wekerom. These are all within biking or walking distance. Furthermore, many nationally known amusement parks and zoos are easily accessible from the park.As far as entertainment is concerned, Ede has nice bars and offers plenty of opportunity for a fun day or evening out with its large shops, cafes, restaurants and a movie theater. Ede also features one of the best pastry shops in the Netherlands, Bernardo's for homemade Italian ice cream.The last ten days of August is dedicated to the Ede Heideweek. During this period, a number of fun activities are organized. If you enjoy fairs, you will feel right at home. For example, in July and August there are summer fairs in Ede, Lunteren, Barneveld (the former Veluwe market) and Voorthuizen.Are you looking for crafts, novelties or fun summer products On the last Saturday of August you can, during Old Lunteren Days, you can learn about the history of the region. In September there is also plenty to do. For example, numerous nature trips are organized. They take place in the immediate vicinity of the park. Each year, these trips are enthusiastically attended.Culture, nature and animal parks, as well as museums and theme parks can be found in the towns around: Utrecht, Arnhem, Apeldoorn and Amersfoort - all only half an hour away by car. Great attractions include: Het Loo Palace in Apeldoorn, The Apenheul in Apeldoorn, Walibi World in Biddinghuizen, Burgers Zoo in Arnhem, Ouwehand Zoo in Rhenen, Queen Juliana Amusement Park in Apeldoorn, the Dolphinarium in Harderwijk, Dutch Open-Air Museum in Arnhem and the Toy Museum if Brummen.In short, both in and outside the park there is enough present for you to enjoy a truly unforgettable holiday!