The campground we stayed on wasn t the well known camp site closest to the sea.
We stayed on a small campsite, and I have forgotten the name.
Most popular stays on Ameland are for sure the bungalows, villa's and houses that you will find in several compounds in the dunes. They variate from small huts to little mansions and are really a great way to stay on the island. Most of the houses are looking quite pictoresque with their straw roofs. Often they are only rented per week, but sometimes midweek or weekend are as well possible.
Being one with the surroundings and having the whole house to yourself. Privacy is guaranteed and the more luxery houses have open fire places that can be the most romantic thing on a colder day in the off season.
In Nes, where the boat arrives, one finds a great place to stay at De Bolder. This facility is an appartment complex that has several places to stay for groups between two and six people. Available for a week, a midweek or a long weekend.
Various appartments that are spacy and situated around a green garden. Village centre is in walking distance. Bikes can be parked outdoor. Arrangements including bikes and boattour easy to book as extra.
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