Best Zealand holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Zealand
Duinhotel ZomerlustDuinhotel Zomerlust is only 100 meters from the beach of Zoutelande, and within walking distance of the center containing various restaurants and shops to explore. This family hotel is located on the edge of the highest dunes in the Netherlands, surrounded by nature. Free parking and a closed bicycle parking with camera surveillance is offered. WiFi is available for free in all areas.Book now
Centrum Appartement Langstraat 3Offering city views, Centrum Appartement Langstraat 3 is an accommodation located in Zoutelande, 100 metres from Zoutelande and 100 metres from Zoutelande Beach. This property offers access to a balcony, free private parking and free WiFi.Book now
country houseCountry house is located in Colijnsplaat, 49 km from Terneuzen Skidome, 14 km from Goese Golfbaan, as well as 14 km from Art Gallery De Kaai. The accommodation is 2.2 km from Colijnsplaat Beach, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi.Book now
Farmhouse in Vinci with Swimming Pool, Terrace, Garden, BBQFarmhouse in Vinci with Swimming Pool, Terrace, Garden, BBQ, a property with water sports facilities and a terrace, is set in Kortgene, 47 km from Terneuzen Skidome, 12 km from Goese Golfbaan, as well as 13 km from Art Gallery De Kaai. This holiday home is 29 km from Arnemuiden Station and 30 km from Middelburg Station.Book now
The Dutch province of Zeeland lies in the southwest and consists of several islands and peninsulas, including Schouwen-Duiveland, Walcheren, Noord- and Zuid-Beveland. With its many canals, bays and beaches, the province is popular with families with children and guests who like to spend a lot of time by the water. If you are looking for suitable accommodation for your next trip to Holland, it’s best to have a look around right away, because you’ll find numerous apartments in Zeeland here. Compared to couchsurfing in Zeeland, our private apartments offer much more privacy as you don’t have to share them with other guests. Some nice examples are our private holiday apartments in Hulst and apartments in Vlissingen. Also interesting is Scharendijke, the Dutch village popular with divers and sailors. From here you start to great dives in Grevelingen, the largest saltwater lake in Europe.
Apartments in Zeeland, the holiday paradise for young and old
The best way to get to Zeeland is by car. If you have decided on the region around Zierikzee, for example, when choosing your apartment in Zeeland, it is about 250 kilometres from Düsseldorf to the coast. Of course there is public transport in Zeeland, too, but you are much more independent with your car, which is an advantage if you want to go on many trips. Already in ancient times the first settlers came to Zeeland, today they are visitors from all over the world who want to spend relaxing holidays in maritime surroundings. They also like to travel to the larger cities to discover the typical Dutch architecture, e.g. Middelburg with its historic “Stadhuis”, which is one of the most important Gothic town halls in the country. Also the “Abdij Onze Lieve Vrouw” is an important relic that originated in the 15th century. The small town of Veere, about 10 kilometres from Middelburg, is also a small jewel with a picturesque old town. Take a look at the historic town hall and the wonderful gabled houses on the market square. It is said that even Albrecht Dürer visited Veere in 1520 and felt comfortable. And the painter Piet Mondrian also worked nearby.
From the private holiday home in Zeeland to the sights of the region
Your private accommodation in Zeeland is a good idea if you want to go on many tours. Of course the countless beaches attract you. However, if you are interested in history, art and culture, you should include some small towns in your travel agenda: e.g. Goes and Zierikzee with their listed inner cities. Hulst, about 53 kilometers southeast of Middelburg, impresses with city gates and about 4 kilometers long and well-preserved city walls from the 16th and 18th centuries. The storm surge barrier of the Delta Works is a sight of a completely different kind. The “American Society of Civil Engineers” officially declared this building one of the “architectural wonders of the modern world”. From Zeeland it is also possible to make a detour to Belgium. Maybe you even want to spend a few days on the beach there? How about a chic holiday home in Blankenberge? Or book an apartment in Amsterdam and take a look at the Dutch capital.