This semi-detached holiday house, on a peaceful location in the centre of the village Colijnsplaat is suitable for max. 5 persons. The stairlift makes it suitable for disabled persons as well. The fully fenced-off garden is a paradise for kids and pets.
Colijnsplaat is situated on the north side of North-Beveland, near the Zeeland Bridge and National Park De Oosterschelde where you can, amongst others, make wonderful walks through the beautiful landscape or a boat trip over the water.
The historical cities Zierikzee, Veere, Goes and Middelburg offer a fantastic atmosphere and are perfect, easy accessible daytrips. The capital city of the island, Zierikzee, has a rich history. The many monuments remind of those days. You will definitely like Het Poortencomplex, the Big Church, the Thick Tower and the harbour. On top of all, Zierikzee is a cosy city with many terraces and shops.
Colijnsplaat is the home port for the fishing fleet. Every week there is an auction at the Vismijn, which is definitely worth a visit, just like the modern marina. The centre offers many cosy shops and wonderful houses. This holiday house in Colijnsplaat, North-Beveland guarantees a fantastic holiday.
On the ground floor you will find a living room, a kitchen and a bathroom. Fully furnished living room with amongst others satellite-TV, stereo set, games, books and central heating. The kitchen is complete with amongst others Senseo coffee-maker, toaster, freezer, microwave, juicer, electric kettle, dishwasher, grill and stove (four rings).
A washing machine and drier will be at your disposal. Bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet. On the first floor you will find two bedrooms, one with two single beds and one with a single bed and a bedcouch for two persons. There are several linen-cupboards.
Outside you will find a fully fenced-off garden inclusive of garden furniture, sunshade, sunscreen, barbecue, picnic table and deckchairs. In the back of the garden you will find a shed for your bikes, with wicket door.
In her heydays Veere used to be a powerful commercial town which traded with Scotland. Nowadays, this city at the Veerse Lake is still characterized by its beautiful marina. Many buildings still remind you of her heydays. Veere doesn’t only offer old streets with warehouses, but many authentic shops, boutiques and souvenir shops as well. Highlights: the Campveerse tower, Scottish houses and the impressive church!
Flood museum Ouwerkerk
You should definitely visit the Flood Museum in Ouwerkerk. It gives you an impression of the flood disaster of 1953, which marked the history of Zeeland and the Netherlands. As a result of this disaster, the Deltaplan was developed. The southern part of the island Tholen suffered the most during the disaster, most people died in Stavenisse.
Nickname of Goes: The shoppingcenter of Zeeland. Goes offers a wide variety of shops which are situated around the historic town center. Besides, Goes offers several galleries. Museum de Bevelanden is definitely worth a visit. At night you can visit one of the discotheques or bars and enjoy live music.
Tips and trips
- Nationaal Park Oosterschelde
- De Zeeuwse Rozentuin
- Museum ’t Ouwe Uus
- Reptielenzoo Iguana
- Het Ezelshuis
- Terra Maris
- Zeeuws Museum
- Het Arsenaal
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