Beautiful hay barn, converted into a spacious 900 square foot apartment, fully furnished with living room, kitchen, bathroom, shower, bedroom and private terrace
Ganzert is a small hamlet, in central Betuwe, Holland's main fruit producing region within the Gelderland province. The Betuwe is known for an abundance of blooming cherry and apple trees in spring.
Ganzert is situated on the Rhine River, very quiet and serene with an air of the Dutch landscape paintings of the 17th century with dikes and windmills.
Located on the small estate of Cornucopia Cottage is, besides the hay barn, a thatched roof farmhouse built and 1890 and ecologically and sustainably restored in 2011. We grow our fruit and vegetables fresh and organic, year round. Our guests are invited to our table d'hote for lunch or dinner. Arnold has been a chef and restaurant owner. Naomi is an US expat, teacher and writer.
Ganzert is in close biking distance to picturesque medieval cities. The nearest highway is 10 minutes driving distance and an hour from Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam.
The world famous Kroller-Muller museum in the charming town of Otterlo with the second largest worldwide van Gogh collection is also located in Gelderland.
by train: station Tiel, trains arriving twice an hour from Amsterdam/Utrecht. Give us a call and we fetch you from the station.
By car: from Amsterdam take the A2 direction Maastricht. Take the exit Culemborg. Keep driving till the exit Eck en Wiel. Make a left on the round about, then after the second round about take the first right. At the fork in the road, keep left. Keep driving till you see the sign GANZERT on your right. After about 300 feet you arrive at Ganzert 18.
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9 Dec 2016 - 9 Dec 2017
1 night minimum stay
|Notes: 2 nights minimum|