Bungalow for rent from € 69/day in Bunschoten

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Your holiday in Wijdland

On the harbor with fantastic views of the Eemmeer.
The comfortable bungalows are in a small park with 35 houses. The convenient location to the cities of Amsterdam, Utrecht and Amersfoort, but also National Park De Hoge Veluwe. A holiday here offers tranquility, space and nature. The central location also ideal for excursions to discover goose Netherlands.

In 200 meters is a sandy beach.
The center of Spakenburg with its famous Saturday market and shops is approximately 750 meters. It is famous for its terraces, the costumes, museums and Botter Haven.

Town and location of object
Comfortable house in a newly built holiday complex with 35 houses in the nature area \'De Veluwe\' right on the harbor. Beautiful view of the Eemmeer. Playground and beach about 200 meters away from the complex. At the marina there is a bicycle and boat rentals. In Bunschoten you can see hotel\'s traditional clothes. Enjoy a relaxing boat ride. Amersfoort with a zoo (10 km). When renting to companies is a maximum occupancy of. 2 people allowed!

Bunschoten Spakenburg , Utrecht , Netherlands
Bunschoten - Spakenburg located in the northeast of the province of Utrecht, just a few kilometers north of Amersfoort. In the east it borders Nijkerk (Province of Gelderland). Bunschoten - Spakenburg lies in the somewhat swampy, located slightly below sea polders around the river Eem flowing from Amersfoort to Eemmeer. The Eemmeer is a border lake of IJsselmeer here mostly diked (See: Flevoland).
Previously lived Bunschoten from livestock (which is still partly the case), and Spakenburg was a fishing village. Fishing and fish processing plants still exists, but Spakenburg is now known for its bread factories. This bread is primarily sold in markets throughout the Netherlands. Tourism is also growing in importance.

Spakenburg is, as Urk, an old fishing village. Then the fisherman has a dangerous, highly specific nature of the perils of occupation, it is obvious that you, more than in other professions, pray to God for happiness and a lack of disasters. Spakenburg is a strongly religious community, where one leaves home to go to church on Sundays only. Another aspect of this conservatism is that the old costumes, especially when attending the church and are still worn during festivals.

(Open from Easter to end of October, closed on Sundays) The Costume Museum "Vurhuus"
The Spakenburg harbor, with many old sailing ships which were formerly export to fish
The Spakenburg hard days in the summer, just as the fishing day in the fall, where the women wear their old costumes, attract many tourists.

Arrival and distances
distance to next airport: Amsterdam Schiphol Airport - 35 km
distance to next railway station: Baarn - 10 km
distance to next motorway: Bunschoten - Amersfoort - 6 km
distance to next shop: 0.8 km

Sport facilities nearby
fishing, biking, golf, inlineskating, canoeing, horse riding, swimming, sailing, surfing, tennis, hiking, water ski, surfing

Type of holiday
holiday leave, family holiday, cultural and sightseeing holiday, romantic holiday, sport holiday, beach holiday, city holiday, vacation with dog

The rent is seasonal from € 430 to € 790 per week. Contact for the right price.
Additional you have to pay local deposit € 200, bedding € 8 per person and cleaning costs € 60.

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