Vakantiebungalow 't Beaken is situated in a beautiful location in the dunes and near the sea, a wonderful place to celebrate holidays. The bungalow has a sunny sitting area with lots of light, with television and DVD player and dining area with open kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped including a coffee maker, dishwasher, fridge / freezer and microwave.
There are three bedrooms, the largest bedroom has two box spring beds. The middle bedroom is the smallest room. The western bedroom has a single bed with a sink like the other bedrooms. There is cupboard space in all bedrooms. In the bathroom there is a shower and there is a separate toilet.
Furthermore, the bungalow has a washing machine, a cot and a camping bed. On the terrace with garden furniture you can enjoy the sun, peace and space around you.
Rooms and Facilities
This is what this accommodation offers you
For dogs & pets
Arrival and distances
beach 0.2 km
distance to next shop 1.5 km
restaurant 1 km
centre of the village 1.5 km
bus station 0.5 km
Location and surroundings of object
Buren is the youngest of the four villages on Ameland and has a small 700 inhabitants. Buren is located in the middle of the island and is the most easterly of all villages. Further east are the famous Kooiduinen and 't Oerd. The Oerd is a beautiful nature reserve and has the highest dune of the island, called Oerblinkert. At the foot of the dune there is a shelter and on top of the dune there is an information panel and an orientation table. The nature reserve De Hon is still more Eastern. This is a beach landscape, in which many different bird species live and a variety of plant growth. Buren was originally the village of juttende farmers. The existence of these farmers is displayed in the Swartwoude Agricultural and Beachcombing Museum. The farmers did besides being farmers, also fishing, hunting and hunting. The museum shows this in the authentic decorated farmhouse with a lively representation of the life of the farmers around 1900. In addition, various beach discoveries are exhibited.
Buren has a number of interesting sights such as the Kooipplaats and the Rixt van het Oerd. This Amelander jutter lived on shipwrecks and left ships on the Ameland coast by firing ships. The Kooipplaats with the Nassau duck decoy is also worth a visit. Until 1930 the duck decoy and the associated Kooikershuis were owned by the Oranje Nassau family. Buren has many shops, restaurants, cafes and a supermarket. If you go to the west from Buren, one kilometer further you reach the village of Nes, the largest village on the island.
free time activities
10,00 € per person
5,00 € per person
Advice by the landlord
|rental deposit:||60 % at time of booking|
|final payment:||2 week before arrival|
additional information about rental price:
|Tourist tax is € per person per night. From the age of 4 years. Gas is read from 1 January to 15 June and from 15 September to 31 December.
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The host did not provide a cancellation policy.
The holiday home has Wi-Fi.
free occupied arrival or departure
last updated on: 10/02/2023
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Company Grauwe Dun
Mrs. M. Metz
We are a family business that together take care of three holiday homes in the dunes between Nes and Buren. We try to pass on the passion we have for the island through the rental of our homes to our guests. We wish everyone a lot of fun on Waddendiamant Ameland. With best regards, Family Metz
holiday ideas: dog friendly vacation
listing #: 105918
Last updated: 02.10.2023
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