- Reviews: 143
Zeeland camping: De wijde Blick: Or pick a campside
A campside where they also have caravans for hire. This is a campside which is perfect for small kids or family travel. There is a animationteam during the summerbreak and other holidays, lot's of things to do.
Open all year this family campside, is just outside the borders of Renesse. A bus stops neartby which can take you to the beach or to Renesse.
The park had a swimmingpool, a small supermarket, a small restraurant/snackbar, they rent bickes, and they have a loundryroom.
Besides going there with your own caravan they also rent about 30 of themselves. New caravans have been placed in 2005, top of the bill!
No pets allowed
- Reviews: 26
Bungalows at Villa Park: Bungalows
At the edge of Renesse, among endless beaches, dunes and forests, lies this largely moored Villa Park. Bungalow (82m2). Majestic views over this abounding water area, combined with its very picturesque cities and towns, a typical Schouwen-Duiveland. Our bungalows included a kichen, a living room, 3 bedrooms, 2 washrooms.
It's relatively close to the sea, if you wanna go for a dip.
- Reviews: 143
Vakantiepark Schouwen: Holiday parks- pick one
The following facilities are present at the campsite; lobby, great sanitary facilities, cafeteria, small restaurant, bar, pay-phone (card), laundry, and play fields for the kids. Vakantiepark Schouwen is only destined for families: youth groups are not allowed. Unfortunately, pets are not permitted either.
- Reviews: 155
Pension “De Herberg Anno 1785”: Cute and cosy guesthouse in the centre
Cute and simple guest-house form 1785 in the centre of Renesse, right in the opposite of the church. The rooms are very small, but really nice and clean. Every room has its own bathroom with hairdryer, a mini-safe, radio and tv. It’s not far to the beach (I think about one kilometre) and there’s a huge parking place (free) close to the guesthouse (circa 100 – 200 metres). They also offer a special family room.
The breakfast is served in a cute, small room downstairs. Except that is was a Dutch breakfast (which means for us Germans: no “real” bread, just white bread :-) I liked it very much. The owner is very friendly.
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