You can rent this wonderful holiday home for 3-4 persons in the picturesque village Graauw in the eastern part of Zeeland Flanders. It is situated on the edge of scenic area “Het Verdronken Land van Saeftinghe”, near the Dutch-Belgian border. It allows you to enjoy the wonderful landscape of Zeeland and, at the same time, visit Belgian cities like Bruges, Antwerp and Ghent.
The comfortably, stylishly furnished holiday house has a spacious, fenced-off garden. It is fitted with central heating, creating a lovely warm atmosphere in winter as well.
The village Graauw is situated near the small tidal harbour “Paal”, near Hulst, a fortified city with a historical centre with many cosy restaurants, terraces and shops which are open on Sundays as well.
In this wonderful surrounding area with magnificent polder landscape you can make lovely walks and long bike tours. Although the holiday house isn’t extremely large, you will find peace and nature and experience a fantastic holiday. Don’t hesitate and book this holiday house in Graauw!
The ground floor is fitted with wooden floor and authentic beam ceiling. There is a living room with sitting area, dinette, digital TV, DVD-player and CD-player. The kitchen is not large, however complete with amongst others induction hob, toaster, Senseo coffee-maker, grill, microwave, refrigerator, hand blender, food processor, lemon squeezer and electric kettle.
On the ground floor you will find a bathroom with shower, washbasin, toilet, washing machine and drier. Through wonderful, old, however steep stairs you will reach the first floor with one bedroom with double bed (160 x 200 cm), two single beds (90 x 200 cm) one camping bed (65 x 95 cm) a built-in cupboard and two clothing racks. Also available: hair drier, ironing board and iron. Through folding doors you will reach the lovely, south-facing terrace with garden furniture and sunshade. You will enjoy the sun all day long!
The old fortified city is one of the most beautiful cities of Zeeland Flanders. It has a Burgundian character and breathes a pleasant atmosphere. This city is definitely worth a visit.
Hulst is surrounded by moats. You can make a nice walk over the old town ramparts. The Saint-Willibrordus basilica is definitely worth. The old city centre doesn’t only offer monuments, but many shops, restaurants and ice-cream parlours as well, which are open 7 days a week! On Mondays a large market is organized.
Submerged land of Saeftinghe
This wonderful scenic area is situated on the border between the Netherlands and Belgium and is the largest brackish water of Europe. Many breeding- and migratory birds live here. All year long you can observe many birds, varying from geese, sedge warblers in spring, to sea-eagles in winter. Seals are regularly spotted as well.
Deltapark Neeltje Jans
To avoid another flood disaster the Delta Works have been developed. Deltapark Neeltje Jans will give you an impression of the power of the sea. It’s not only about technique, there is a sea lion show, an aquarium and a water park as well. There is something for everybody. For both young and old.
This big city offers many historic buildings and monuments like the Cathedral of Our Lady. You can go shopping at De Meir or visit one of the many museums. Don’t forget to visit the Zoo, one of the oldest zoos in the world.
The historic town centre of Bruges has been included on the World Heritage List of Unesco. This city offers many monumental buildings such as the Provincial Court, the Fish Market, beguinage Ten Wijngaerde, the Houses of God and the Belfort. Besides, you can visit various museums, varying from modern visual arts to the new Lace Centre.
Besides culture, you will definitely enjoy the cosy streets and shops, sit down on a terrace and enjoy a wonderful dinner in one of the many restaurants.
Tips and trips
- Bellewaerde park
- Struisvogelboerderij Sluis
- Indoor Plopsaland
- Walibi Park
- Boudewijn Seapark
- Neeltje Jans
- Het Arsenaal
- zwembad Scheldorado
- zwembad Zaamslag
- Pannenkoekenhuis 't Kaboutertje