Luxury home “Den Osse 148”
Sitiuated in a beautiful area, directly connected to the Grevelingenmeer, lies this stylish holiday home. You’ll find the harbor and its beach directly across, and the North Sea beach is just a stone’s throw away. In this holiday house you’ll enjoy plenty of comforts and luxury.
This super deluxe holiday home is built to last and features lots of glass. The villa has recently been completed and offers all the comforts that comes with a new home.
The residence offers free use of WiFi internet, a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable box spring beds, two showers, two separate toilets, an infrared sauna and fireplace.
The decor is modern, colorful and full of ambiance.
With this lovely accomodation as your home base you can make the most of your stay in Zeeland. A breath of fresh air, sunshine, swimming, water sports, hiking and cycling. Near the villa there are several dive sites where you can get acquainted with the underwater world in “Zeeland”. In the nearby town “Brouwershaven” you can take a walk through history, or enjoy one of the several fine restaurants that serve regional specialties.
In short, this place comes highly recommended to those who enjoy a diverse holiday for a long or short-term stay!
Den Osse, “Brouwershaven”
The island Schouwen-Duiveland knows many characteristic places; like Haamstede, where you’ll find the most enchanting forests and dunes, or Zierikzee, with it’s monumentally old towncenter and lovely little shops. Ofcourse Brouwershaven, with its classic facades and picturesque alleys and streets, is also well worth a visit.
Enjoy the wind on your face at the beach, take a lovely hike along the uniquely rolling meadows and dunes, or visit one of the many idyllic little villages! Den Osse is located at the edge of the Grevelingenmeer, the biggest saltwater lake in Europe! Here, you can surf, sail and waterski to your heart’s content. Restarants are within walking distance.
There’s plenty to experience and explore for nature enthousiasts! Like a hike through the dunes of Haamstede.
Visit the Watersnoodmuseum in Ouwekerk, a museum dedicated to the great flood in 1953. Or go birdwatching in the dedicated reserves. Though in fact, the wide green meadows and dunes make the whole island of Schouwen-Duiveland into one great big bird paradise!
In short, Den Osse has something to offer for the young and old!