Oeverwoning 6p. This chalet is part of a holiday park that is teeming with life, where peace, space and true hospitality are spelled with capital letters. The park is situated on a mound near a large recreational lake with a separate beach. A sophisticated place, situated between the rugged Peel and the beautiful Meuse, close to Germany and Belgium. During the summer months and school holidays there is a recreation team present that organizes numerous activities, no matter the weather. - The new central building (May 2011) contains a reception desk with tourist information; the Lounge Café with a spacious outdoor terrace; a wellness area with sauna and steam room; a relaxation area; and a garden with sun beds. The large garden is surrounded by vegetation which provides adequate privacy. In the central building there is a laundry facility and bicycle rental service. - This Scandinavian-style detached chalet is nicely decorated. You have a front and back garden and two parking spaces at your disposal. - The park is easily accessible, even by air! Ryanair Airport Düsseldorf / Weeze is located only 15 km away. The bungalow is located directly on the water. With 80 to 100 m2 of living space and underfloor heating, it is suitable for up to six people. The cozy living room is furnished with, among other things, a fireplace, a Hi-Fi set with CD player, flat television and large French doors opening onto the terrace. The open kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, kettle, coffee maker, a 4-burner gas stove, microwave and a fridge. There are three bedrooms, 2 of which have a double box spring bed and the 3rd bedroom has 2 single box spring beds. The bathroom has a spacious bathtub and a shower cabin. There is a separate toilet. There is garden furniture with a parasol to sit in the front or back garden. You can park the car in a parking space at the bungalow. Options for booking in advance: - high chair - crib - bike - internet access The possibilities in and around the park and surrounding area are so great that only a handful are hereafter described (in the central building you can find detailed information!) - IN AND AROUND THE PARK: A swimming beach is waiting. Great for small children (has a children's slide and shallow water) and older children (20-foot water slide). Its big sunbathing area is ideal for persons of all ages. - Then there is a cable car, mini-golf course and the pleasant terrace of the cafeteria from where parents can keep an eye on the children. - During the holidays, there are various organized activities for children up to 12 years of age such as horse-drawn carriage rides and an excursion with Jan the forester. Of course the older guests have not been left out either. Furthermore, bikes and karts are available for rent. Use of the pedal boats and tennis courts is free. The staff of the reception desk is more than happy to provide you with tips for a day out or suggestions for a good restaurant in the vicinity. – FURTHER AWAY: Cosy Maas villages, alternating with strawberry and asparagus fields and plant nurseries. That's the Meuse valley in the west. On the other side, towards Germany, you’ll find a large forest and moorland known as the “De Maasduinen” National Park. – A bike ride to Germany is always a wonderful experience, along ancient villages and through a fantastic natural environment. - In the other direction you will encounter the National Park of “De Groote Peel”. - Closer to home, on the north side of Oostrum, lies the sprawling sanctuary of “Geijsteren Estate”. In short, nature in abundance! - A few kilometers from the provincial town of Oostrum lies the town of Venray, with a wide range of shops, a food court, theater and cinema. Shop until you drop in the new outlet center or in the old town of Roermond. Sophisticated shopping can also be done in Maastricht and Dusseldorf. - There are a surprising number of bicycle and hiking routes that lead in all four directions. - BY CAR: Indoor playgrounds can be found in Venlo, Deurne, Sevenum and Panningen. You can enjoy a cruise on the Meuse from Well. In Horst it’s all about strawberries, in Broekhuizen its all about blueberries, in Blitterswijck it’s all about trout farming and at the museum of Melderslo it’s all about mushrooms and asparagus. Workout: Canoe and kayak tours from Ottersum; fish three ponds in beautiful Oostrum; or rent and drive buggies in Wanssum. - These are just a few colors from the colorful palette of possibilities in the delightful North Limburg area! PRICES: Prices include gas, water, electricity, telephone connection, hi-fi set, television, as well as access to the beach pool (early May to late September) boating lake, fishing pond and use of pedal boats and all-weather tennis courts. - ARRIVAL DAYS WEEK STAY: From 24 June to 26 August, arrival and departure are only possible on Friday. Outside this period arrival and departure are possible on Mondays or Fridays. ADDITIONAL SERVICES (you can specify this when booking): - Highchair / bed 7,50 per week / midweek / weekend (if available) - Bicycle adult 9.50 per day or € 45.00 per week (if available), Deposit is €25,00 per bike - Children's bike 3.50 per day or € 17.50 per week (if available) - Laundry mint 4.50 per coin including washing powder - Dry currency 3, - per coin - Lighting Tennis courts 2, - per hour - 2 sets Rackets and balls 3, - per hour - Internet access 1, - per hour, 5, - per day, 15, - per week, 35, - per month - Use sauna 8,50 per person for 1.5 hours - the sauna can be rented privately, see rate list at the reception. Groups of young people are not accepted at this property. Option booking not available Please note: the rates do not include the mandatory hirers' liability insurance. This small amount is a percentage of the rental sum starting from 10 Euros per reservation.