Group space The Kap Shed is a cool room, where there
is plenty of space to create. This group space is let in combination with five
6-person houses. The 5 houses have room for 30 people. During the day, the
group can eat, drink, do activities together or meet and at night everyone can
sleep soundly in his/her own house.
The Kap Shed is a large group space with an industrial
interior, which can be arranged any way you want. The robust tables with iron
support can easily be rolled aside and theatre cloths can make the space look
smaller. The Kap Shed has two large sliding doors which open towards the
terrace, a bar with a tap installation and a kitchen with professional,
stainless steel equipment.
The 5 cosy fishermen’s houses have been built in a
typical Zuiderzee style. The 6-person
houses have two bedrooms upstairs, each with two single box-spring beds, and
one double room with two box-spring beds downstairs. All holiday homes are
equipped with a shower, a toilet, central heating, a radio with a CD player, a microwave
and a television.
The holiday park
At the farmyard live typical farm animals like sheep,
goats, chickens and geese. The sports pitches (volleyball court, football pitch
and tennis court) can be used freely by everyone. There is also exciting
playground equipment for smaller children. The go-carts and the pirate ship are
very popular, as well as the indoor playing room with playground equipment.
In the vicinity
Our small-scale holiday park is at the border of
Overijssel, Flevoland and Friesland. The park is near the large Kuinder forest
of no less than 1,100 hectares, which is part of many walking trails, cycle
trips and riding tracks. The holiday park’s location offers lots of options to
go on a touristic trip. A visit to one of the old Zuiderzee villages like
Lemmer, Blokzijl, Vollenhove and Urk is definitely worth your time. Friesland’s
lakes and Gaasterland’s woods are within half an hour’s drive of the park.
‘De Weerribben – Wieden’ National Park with marshland is
situated in the ‘Kop van Overijssel’ and above it you can find ‘De Rottige
Meenthe’. Together, those areas form a large peat bog, which started to grow in
the 18th, 19th and 20th century because of
peat extraction. The area is largely open to the public. You can enjoy
canoeing, cycling and hiking. The visitors centres at Sint Jansklooster
(monastery) and in Ossenzijl are definitely worth a visit. Giethoorn also
deserves some extra attention. With its many canals, bridges and lakes, it is also
called the Venice of the North.