Duinrell Holiday Camp

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Duinrell 1, Wassenaar, 2242, The Netherlands
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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5

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 21% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families85
  • Couples79
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Campground at Wassenaar

by catnl about Duinrell

I have been to'DUINRELL' at Wassenaar a long time ago, but still exciting and very much worthwhile to stay for a holdiay or to visit.

Also near to many beaches in great cities like Scheveningen, Zandvoort(motorraces), Katwijk aan Zee and more Fantastic camping, nature and a big attraction area for any age!
There's a skivalley and a sunstropical swimmingpool! Anything for adults with or without children.

Duinrell

by paddymc09

Attraction park Duinrell lies in the garden of the castle Duinrell which no longer exists. Except the attractions you can visit the tropical Tikibad (Tikipool), the Netherland?s biggest indoor slide complex. The attraction park is open in summer from 12 April to and including 26 October from 10.00 to 17.00h. Tikipool from 10.00 to 22.00h. In winter only the Tikipool is open: weekdays from 14.00 to 22.00h. and in the weekends from 12.00 to 22.00h. In early spring often is a maintenance closure! Entrance fee in winter

Get on the Bus to fun.....

by paddymc09

To Wassenaar by public transport : from The Hague central station with Conexxion bus 63 or 90 to the village, bus 63 continues to the beach the Wassenaarse Slag. To Duinrell bus 43 or 90 and to Race course Duindigt bus 90.

Scheveningen (beach area in...

by koszja

Scheveningen (beach area in The Hague), The Hague, Amsterdam, Rotterdam (major cities) and Volendam, Urk, Delft, Enkhuizen for historical culture.

For amusement parks: De Efteling, Drievliet, Ponypark Slagharen, Duinrell

DUINRELL, WASSENAAR JULY 2006

by ANDLOCK

"DUINRELL"

OUR FAMILY SPENT 10 DAYS IN DUINRELL, WASSENAAR IN JULY 2006, WE ALSO TRAVELLED AROUND HOLLAND TO SEE PLACES OF INTEREST THIS IS THE WATER COMPLEX AT THE DUINRELL CAMP

Photos

Like to have that on toast ...Like to have that on toast ...

So quiet.So quiet.

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Duinrell to Amsterdam and beyond

by hwatson

We are staying at Duinrell in Wassenaar for a week in April and wonder if we should hire a car or use public transport. We fly into Amsterdam airport and want to travel around a bit - Amsterdam, miniture museum, windmills, da Haag etc. I assume we would have to get bus from Duinrell to train station and then on to other places and there are 6 of us, so would car hire be easier? Many thanks in advance!
Hazel

Re: Duinrell to Amsterdam and beyond

by pieter_jan_v

A car hire is easier to get around, but be aware that all the major cities have a parking " problem" and parking tarifs are skyhigh (Amsterdam). Also the West (Randstad) is known for its traffic jams in the rush hours.

Depending on where you go, I would recommend Y/N a car hire. For Zaanse Schans that would be a Y. For downtown Amsterdam that will be a N.


PJ

Re: Duinrell to Amsterdam and beyond

by Pijlmans

Use this site to check how to go by public transport: http://journeyplanner.9292.nl/

Personally, if you are with 6 people, I would prefer the car option...

I guess you're with kids, here are some tips for them: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tp/1dfd29/

Cheers,
Dennis

Re: Duinrell to Amsterdam and beyond

by hwatson

Thanks guys. I think we will go for car hire. 2 adults and 4 kids 12-17 and buses and trains most days would prob be a hassle, and prob cost almost as much in the end. We can always take the train to Amsterdam one day.

Hazel

traveling from amsterdam airport to duinrell wassenarr holiday park

by raceybutt

hi we r flying to amsterdam airport n need to get to our holiday park in duinrell wassenarr.we would prefer to get the train then bus! but i wonder if anybody could help with the route n what number bus n train we need to catch? how often they run? please help many thanks.

Re: traveling from amsterdam airport to duinrell wassenarr holiday park

by ATLC

hello,

this is the Dutch public transportation route planner (in English):
http://journeyplanner.9292.nl/

For departure, choose Airport from pop-down menu.
Then type 'Amsterdam Airport'
For arrival, choose Attraction from pop-down menu.
Then type 'Duinrell Wassenaar'

Hit 'Advise me'.

It's just over an hour using train to Leiden and then bus to Wassenaar.

Re: traveling from amsterdam airport to duinrell wassenarr holiday park

by ATLC

Welcome to VT. Hope you will share your travel stories, tips and photos soon! You may even like to help answer some forum questions too about destinations that you know.

Re: traveling from amsterdam airport to duinrell wassenarr holiday park

by Britannia2

There is a good link here to all the buses to Duinrell. I have been twice, perhaps three times. Drove the last time but took the bus from The Hague other times.
http://www.duinrell.com/attractiepark/informatie/route_ov
Duinrell is very good - the swimming pool is has the longest length of a flume in Europe - I won't tell you what happens when the flume ends though!

Re: traveling from amsterdam airport to duinrell wassenarr holiday park

by ATLC

Flume? New word to me... reminds me of the Dutch word 'fluim', phlegm that you spit out onto the ground (hopefully not the floor).
Come to think of it: flume and fluim may not be that far off in meaning. Yuck Yuck, hahaha!

where am i

by 1888

is there anything to do for familys in wassenaar e-mail back 1888@vtmail.com

RE: RE: where am i

by eenelfje


Yes you can go to Duinrell its nice dont forget to bring your bathingsuits.

You can also go to Den Haag.

Or you can go to Scheveningen to walk on the boulevard and the beach its very nice.

Its just 15 min. from Wassenaar.

RE: RE: where am i

by irisbe

LOL bathing suits !!!
reminds me of that day (quite some years ago) you could go swimm naked
but on our arrival it seemed that there were so many people they just opened the swimming pool for everyone
We did get a free kind of paper like bathing outfit
but some didn't last long when coming down the slide
can you imagine ! :))
nevertheless yes... quite nice to go there with children on a normal day

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