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Klein Giethoorn - Vakantiewoning 28

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Opperdoes, North Holland, Netherlands



  1. towels
  2. Washing machine
  3. High chair
  4. Gratis Wifi
  5. bedding


  1. Backyard
  2. terrace
  3. Garden funiture

safety precautions

  1. night lock
  2. smoke detector
  3. carbon monoxide detector


  1. Parking on the property
  2. Smoking not allowed
  3. private parking


  1. Shower
  2. WC
  3. bathroom sink


  1. 5 x 1 persoonsbed


  1. oven
  2. wine glasses
  3. Kettle
  4. Pans and pots
  5. Nespresso machine
  6. gas stove
  7. Fridge freezer
  8. plates and cutlery
  9. coffee machine
  10. dishwasher
  11. microwave

Living area

  1. Ceiling fan
  2. tv
  3. Smart TV
  4. heating
  5. Internet
  6. sating area 6 persons


Recreation Park Klein Giethoorn, was traditionally a farm campsite and is located among the fields and fields where farmers still grow their products. The park, which is located in Opperdoes, North Holland, just like the village it is located in, exudes a wonderful peace and serene silence.

This beautiful bungalow offers a harmonious blend of comfort and convenience. On the first floor you will find a spacious lounge and a contemporary kitchen, in addition to a bathroom with shower and a separate toilet. Upstairs you will find two cozy bedrooms, one with three single beds and the other with two single beds. Step outside through the French doors to the garden with a cozy terrace, where you can relax in the sun and enjoy the fresh air. Steps lead to a jetty, where you have the opportunity to dock a boat and explore the area from the water.


In the middle of all the peace and vastness lies Medemblik, the oldest city in West Friesland. With the Regatta Center, the city has a water sports center with international allure where national and international sailing competitions are organized. In the center you will find modern and historic side by side. 

Beautiful yachts and historic ships of the brown fleet moor in the modern harbors of the historic city center. Sitting on one of the terraces you can watch all the hustle and bustle on the water from behind a nice drink.

The city has many museums; in a prominent place is Radboud Castle, dating from the late 13th century. At the Bakery Museum the most delicious delicacies are baked using traditional methods, and at the Steam Pumping Station you can learn all about the development of the steam engine. Medemblik is also a stop for the Hoorn-Medemblik steam streetcar. 

This mill near the Westerpoort in Medemblik was mentioned on maps as early as 1555. After nearly four hundred years of service, the mill was demolished in 1947. In 1985 the "Stichting de Medemblikker Meelmolen" was founded and the octagon of the 300-year-old Zaanse oil mill "De Herder" was purchased.

Starting in 1986, enthusiastic volunteers and professional millwrights began carefully dismantling the mill in Willeskop and rebuilding it in Medemblik. On May 9, 1990, H.R.H. Prince Claus officially inaugurated the mill by lifting the vang.