Description

De Skuorre is a generous and cosily furnished family home, the right recipe for enjoying a good time together.

The spacious layout makes the Skuorre ideal for a holiday with grandmother and grandfather, children and grandchildren or with a nice group of friends / collectors. All areas are on the ground floor and the cottage is wheelchair friendly.

The cottage has a spacious living room with smart TV, a spacious rural kitchen with a large dining table. The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, fridge and oven. There is an excellent WiFi connection.

Furthermore, the cottage has 4 bedrooms, distributed as follows; 1 room with 2 single beds, 2 rooms with 1 double bed and 1 room with 1 single bed and a cot. (7x single duvet). There are 2 spacious bathrooms with a walk-in shower, 1 of which has a wonderful Whirlpool bath. There are 2 toilets, 1 of which is separate.

There is a large, sheltered and furnished private sun terrace, from which you have a perfect view of the child-friendly garden.

You can rent linen and bicycles from us.

If you come with your own bicycle or you rent bikes from us, we will take care of your luggage transport.

7 people | 4 bedrooms 95m²

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Reviews

Average score
8.6
Fabulous
Friendliness10
Impression7.5
Location7.5
Clean7.5
Value for money7.5
Child friendly10
WiFi10

Rondje eiland voor iedereen

23 August 2019 | Wietske de Jong (NL)

Met opa en oma en de kleinkinderen hebben we heerlijk gefietst over het eiland. Cafe 't Zwaantje bij de boot was een mooi punt om naar de boot te kijken.

8.6

Features

General

  • Child-friendly
  • Pets not welcome
  • Non smoking
  • Internet available
  • Solar panels

Characteristics

  • Type of accommodation: Holiday home
  • Number of persons (minimum): 1
  • Number of persons (maximum): 7
  • Number of bedrooms: 4
  • Number of bathrooms: 2
  • Surface area: 95 m2
  • 5 stars +++
  • Time of arrival: 15:00
  • Time of departure: 10:00

Wellness

  • Whirlpool
  • Bath furniture
  • Hot water shower

Outdoor facilities

  • Barbecue
  • Outside lights
  • Umbrella (s)
  • Parking space(s)
  • Playground equipment
  • Patio
  • Garden
  • Garden chair(s)
  • Trampoline
  • Garden table(s)
  • Parasol
  • Bicycle sheds
  • Lawn
  • Garden furniture

Audio / internet

  • CD player
  • DVD player
  • German TV channels
  • Dutch TV channels
  • Belgian TV channels
  • Cable TV connection
  • Radio
  • WI-FI
  • Smart TV

Children

  • Child bed
  • Child bath
  • Highchair

Privacy

  • Owner on site
  • Other guests allowed

Heating

  • Hot-water boiler
  • Central heating

Household goods

  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Drying rack
  • Cleaning materials
  • Filter coffee machine
  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • Hair dryer

Layout

Living room

  • Ground floor
  • Laminate
  • 2-seater sofa (1)
  • 3-seater sofa (1)
  • Chair(s) (2)
  • Sit corner

Bedroom

  • Ground floor
  • 1 single duvet (1)
  • Wardrobes
  • 1 x Child bed

Bedroom

  • Ground floor
  • Laminate
  • 1 single duvet (2)
  • Wardrobes
  • Mirror
  • 1 x Double bed

Bedroom

  • Ground floor
  • Laminate
  • 1 single duvet (2)
  • Wardrobes
  • 1 x Box spring

Bedroom

  • Ground floor
  • Laminate
  • 1 single duvet (2)
  • 2 x Single bed

Bathroom

  • Ground floor
  • Shower (1)
  • Toilet
  • Sink(s) (1)

Bathroom

  • Ground floor
  • Shower (1)
  • Sink(s) (2)
  • Hair dryer
  • Whirlpool

Toilet

  • Ground floor

Kitchen

  • Complete kitchen inventory
  • Extraction hood
  • Coffee maker (filter)
  • Cooking utensils
  • Crockery and cutlery
  • Fridge-freezer
  • Microwave
  • Oven

Map & surrounding area

Baaiduinen

Baaiduinen is a small old hamlet under the smoke of Midsland that lies in the middle of Terschelling.

On January 1, 2018, the village had 107 inhabitants. Baaiduinen is surrounded by a number of small but much older settlements, Kinnum, Kaard and Horp. Baaiduinen is considered the youngest village in Terschelling and was only recognized as an independent settlement in the nineteenth century.

The village consists of a row of old Terschellinger farms on either side of the main road. Most farms have been rebuilt for the benefit of tourism. Livestock farming has traditionally been the main source of income. Nowadays there are few livestock farmers in Baaiduinen and tourism is the main source of income.

To the north of Baaiduinen is a vast polder area with the name "het Hoge Land". In the middle of the High Country lies the Korea forest, which was created in 1953 with the main purpose of providing employment. Terschelling is therefore one of the few Wadden Islands with a real forest.

Stryper Wyfke
The Stryper Wyfke is a legend that takes place on Terschelling in 1666. An old woman protects the island from further looting by rising English soldiers.

According to the legend, after the looting of West Terschelling, the soldiers wanted to continue running eastward across the island that year. Gradually the graveyard in the fog with its gravestones and burials appeared in the distance. The English, however, suspected a Dutch reinforcement.

Asked a passing old woman what it was in the distance, the soldiers answered: "They are hundreds, but thousands." The English then fled and left the island.

Distances

  • Sea: 2.7 km
  • Beach: 2.5 km
  • Dunes: 900 m
  • Centre: 900 m
  • Bus stop: 100 m
  • Shops: 900 m
  • Forest: 800 m
  • Indoor swimming pool: 5 m

Particulars

Remember that you reserve the boat in time during the high season.