|Minimum Stay||4 - 7 nights|
Laminate and tile flooring
3 bedrooms, 1 with bunk bed, all beds at least 90x200 cm tall, with good mattresses and duvets and pillows equipment for all seasons. 1 cot. and 1 highchair
Kitchenette with gas stove and electric. Oven, microwave, coffee maker, blender and striker, large fridge freezer, good quality crockery, cutlery and pots ect.
Dining table with chairs in the kitchenette.
Living room with wardrobe, table and 2 new leather sofas, TV. Radio with'CD function lamps
The 'Bird's Nest': Landhaus (reviewed by the VVV 2012: 4 stars) located close to the beach overlooking the dunes and protected landscape, with large living-dining room and spacious kitchen. Living room (new sofa set) as the terrace open view of the big lawn, landscape reserve and dunes. Ground floor: 2 bedrooms with 3 beds, cot ,, highchair. 1 Floor 2 bedrooms 2 beds in each, are the large balcony with stunning views. Storage room with carts, possibility for. Setting the wheels. Washer and dryer available.
'Ons Hoekje': Bungalow (reviewed by the VVV 2012: 3 stars) near the beach, located a large, fenced with bushes meadow near the playground, cozy living / dining room leather three-piece suite, with kitchenette, large fridge / freezer, 3 bedrooms with a total 5 beds, cot, highchair. Storage room with carts, possibility for. Setting the wheels.
Both houses have: washing machine, vacuum cleaner, microwave oven, toaster, coffee maker, iron, blender, stirring / striker, ample equipment, crockery, cutlery, kitchen utensils, blankets, pillows ect.
Sheets, u. Towels must be brought.
1) The 'Bird's Nest': The house (reviewed by the VVV 2012: 4 stars) is particularly well as a multi-generational house suitable for holidays of parents and children with grandparents or aunt / uncle or friends. It offers retreats for different ages and their needs. The terrace with adequate seating, table, umbrella, sun loungers invites you to relax while still being able to observe the children romp in the meadow and play. Review by the VVV 2012: 4 stars
2) 'ons Hoekje' (reviewed by the VVV 2012: 3 stars) advertises itself just in case for several generations, all on one level, but with fewer beds and only one bathroom / toilet. In two bedrooms there are small tables for withdrawal. More like bird's nest: terrace with a large play area, playground adjacent practice.
There are different approaches zumStrand which are partly good and quickly accessible by car beach. The sea water is very clean.
Vrouwenpolder has wonderfully wide and clean, clean sands, but also with the broad dunes and the nature reserve opportunities for walks or cycling.
Wheels for days at various locations or weekly rented. One can ponies for riding for children rental. In summer there are weekly 1x a market in Vrouwenpolder, which has kept its peaceful, rural character in the rest.
There are numerous excursions, whether by car in the immediate area, usually. B. Middelburg, Vlissingen, Zierikzee, etc, whether to Antwerp, Bruges, Blankenberge / Zeebrugge oer Rotterdam.
The Veersemeer in summer invites to tours, and for art fans a must: the Oosterscheldekering Museum on Neeltje Jans and ect with itinerary.
Biking can be done at any length, for all ages definitely a fun.
If the weather is really prevent you from going -the is rarely present times, you can play in the house, paint, read, relax ... And if you want to sleep at night and night is clear, you can, because the air so is pure, often admire a beautiful starry ..
Vrouwenpolder is close walking distance of the North Sea beach and the Veerse Sea, the houses 'Bird's Nest' and 'Ons Hoekje' each at a distance of 500 yards to large, broad, guarded in season beach, the village with restaurants and a supermarket and some shops has retained its character as a quiet family holiday resort. Both houses are located in the holiday park with playgrounds and Breezand II each have large meadow ons Hoekje with a screening hedge against the road, while the 'Vorgelnest' is on a quiet dead-end street with a wide view of sand dunes and conservation area. The area is ideal for short or productive cycling. Technology enthusiasts can visit the 'Neeltje Jans'das Delta Project-Museum and admire the Oosterschelde storm surge defense. Middelburg Market, Town Hall, Abbey, museum, churches and Miniaturwalcheren, Veere, Zieriksee and many other towns lure the townspeople as well as about the cultural offerings z. B. the ancient trading city of Bruges or the port city of Antwerp, both about an hour's drive away.