Serooskerke (Walcheren) Hotels

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Mini camping De Druiverank

De Druiverank is the new name of a farm dating back from 1830 that now has a modern mini camping on it's premeses. It's surrounded by 1 acres vineyards.

The biological farm is run by the very ambitious and enthousiastic owners (Familie Van Schoonhoven -Jongejan), who also plan to open a winery and a wine shop in near future.

Besides camping, you also may rent a furnitured caravan or even an appartment.

Prices on request

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  • Written July 20, 2003
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Mini camping Leeuwendamme

Superior campground that is named after the 13th century dam in the nearby beautiful canal called "The Brouwerijsprinck".

The estate of Leeuwendamme (now a farm)is one of those places in Serooskerke that carries long history.

All facilities are there, including a goal for playing football and a volleyball net.
The mini camping is one of the first in Serooskerke.
Owner is Mr. W. Tavenier.

Great place!

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  • Written July 19, 2003
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Mini camping Veldlust

This mini camping has 15 places for tents, or you may rent a caravan. Very scenic situated in the countryside.

Price tent/2 persons: EUR 14;
Price caravan: EUR 28 (low season).
pets are not allowed.

Season lasts from 15 march until 1 November.

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  • Written July 19, 2003
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Mini camping Hooiperk

This is another cosy campground connected to a farm along the small and peaceful farmroad called Kleine Putweg. Owner is Mr. P. Louwerse.

Check it out!

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  • Written July 19, 2003
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Mini camping De Boshoorn

This is a cosy campgrond on the edge of Serooskerke where you can camp or stay either in a chalet or caravan. The grassfields are next to agricultural farmlands and are only 4km's from the beach!

Don't arrive here on Sundays, because on those days it's closed! Season lasts from 15 March until 1 November.

tent EUR 8,--
person EUR 2,--

Owner is M. Harthoorn - v.d. Bosse

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  • Written July 19, 2003
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Bed & Breakfast Piet en Ina Gideonse

Very friendly hosts, a huge dog and nice rooms just outside the centre of Serooskerke.

Beautifully located on the edge of the farmlands and almost opposite the gate of Park Welgelegen.

Reputedly Ina's breakfasts are gorgeous!

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Backpacking
  • Written April 29, 2003
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Mini camping Carpe Diem

Big campground between the trees along a small sidestreet off the mainroad to Oostkapelle / Domburg. It's in walking distance from Serooskerke centre.

Close to the busstop, 4 km. to the beach. Bicycle rent available. Big range of options available such as camping, caravan rental, rooms and bungalow. Whole range of facilities.

camping ca. EUR 10 for small tent/2persons;
rooms ca. EUR 20 for the room

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  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written April 29, 2003
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Numerous accommodation options in Serooskerke

In Serooskerke are no hotels, since the demolition of Hotel De lindeboom in the late 70's. But, don't worry, there are lot's of alternatives.

First of all, you will find a lot of bed & breakfasts in Serooskerke; you will rent a room in the house of a local family. You can even find complete holiday houses or chalets for rent.

As far as I know the only big campground in Serooskerke is camping Olmeveld, a huge place with hundreds of places, a canteen, a smaal supermarket and all facilities you can imagine.

If you look for quiet and cosy campgrounds, your choice will definately be one of the numerous minicampings, that has a max of 15 places. These campsites are part of farms and normally situated in the fields. These are a very important additional source of income for the farmers, that experience difficult times. Because of the strict conditions, these places all have good facilities such as showers and flush toilets.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written April 18, 2003
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