Cozy cottage on the holiday park “Schouwse Stee” in Westenschouwen.
This holiday home lies secluded in a small and quiet park just 850 meters from the beach, the dunes and the forest. The beautiful nature reserves in “Westenschouwen” are unique! They are one oft he many aspects of this region that make Westenschouwen a beloved holiday destination. Thanks to the extensive infrastructure of trails, paths and roads almost everything in this region is easily accessible.
The home is very suitable for families. Enjoy your breakfast outside or at the large dining table inside. From the couch you can enjoy both the fireplace and the Smart television (youtube+netflix). The living room offers three sided access to the garden. Large windows and sliding doors ensure that sunlight can enter the house freely throughout the day.
Recently renovated, this house has been equipped with a kitchen that offers all the needed comforts. The two bedrooms downstairs have bunk beds. The spacious master bedroom has a twin bed. A lack of closet space is being compensated by practical hooks and shelves. A comfortable home for four people, but can be enjoyed with up to six people.
Are you looking for a home that breathes the “holiday feeling”?
You have come to the right place!
Westenschouwen is a small and quiet town located in the west corner of the island Schouwen-Duiveland. Surrounded by the nature reserve “Kop van Schouwen” you will find yourself in a unique location.
The wide beaches and the largest forest in the province “Zeeland” will ensure peace, space and a rich variety of flora and fauna. The perfect location to partake in walking or cycling routes while listening to the sound of the surf.
Within walking distance from your residence, you will find cosy restaurants and beach pavilions.
Other locations in the region worth a visit are:
The Oosterscheldekering (Eastern Schelde storm surge barrier), between the islands Schouwen-Duiveland and Noord-Beveland, is the largest of the 13 “Delta Works” series of dams and storm surge barriers, designed to protect the Netherlands from flooding from the North Sea
The Plompe Toren, build in 1468 is the last that remained of the village “Koudekerke” that has been swallowed whole by the sea in the 17th century.
Burghsluis a picturesque port on the southern side of the island, and many more intriguing places.
In short, a beautiful destination for those who enjoy nature and a relaxing beach holiday.