Group accommodation 'de Stal' in combination with 2 six-person and 3 eight-person comfortable homes (number 14 to 16 + 20+31) (36 people)
The accommodation The group accommodation 'de Stal' is situated next to a playing field and is let out in combination with three comfortable 6-person and two comfortable 8-person houses. The group space has its own kitchen, a dining area with big tables and a corner with comfortable seats. Via the garden doors, you immediately have access to the large field of grass next to the building. The kitchen is equipped with a five-burner gas cooker, a fast dishwasher, big pots and pans and plenty of crockery. The 5 comfortable holiday houses can house a total of 36 people; each can house 6 or 8 people. All holiday homes have a bedroom downstairs and two bathrooms. The bedrooms are double rooms with box-spring beds. The holiday homes are equipped with central heating, a dishwasher, a radio, a television and a fully furnished kitchen with a microwave and a four-burner gas cooker.
The holiday park The accommodations are located in the yard of a former farm. The sports fields (volleyball field, football field and tennis court) are free to use by everyone. There are also various exciting playground equipment for small children. The go-karts and the canoes are especially popular. There is also a covered area with various play equipment in the yard.
We also offer some extra service like, beer tap rental, catering, barbecue rental and outdoor activities.
Area The small-scale holiday park is located on the border of Overijssel, Flevoland and Friesland. The park is located on the edge of the 1100-hectare Kuinderbos, where you can go for a walk, go cycling and go horse riding on the riding trails. The location of the holiday park offers enough opportunities to make various tourist trips. A visit to one of the old Zuiderzee villages such as Lemmer, Blokzijl, Vollenhove and Urk is definitely worth it. The Frisian lakes and forests of Gaasterland are also within half an hour's drive from the park.
In the north of Overijssel are the wetlands, called the Weerribben (national nature park) and the Wieden. Slightly above that is the Rottige Meenthe. These areas together form a large low peat bog that was created in the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries as a result of peat extraction. The area is largely open to the public. You can go there to canoe, cycle or walk. A visit to the visitor center in Sint Jansklooster or in Ossenzijl is also definitely worth it. The town of Giethoorn also deserves extra attention. Giethoorn, with many canals, bridges and lakes, is called the Venice of the North.
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