The most northeastern and inhabited island in the Dutch Wadden archipelago
The lighthouse on Schiermonnikoog does not have an official name, but is indicated by Noordertoren
The name of the house (anno 1910)
The Wadden Sea is part of the Wadden Sea coast of the North Sea. Typical are the sandbanks that fall during low tide, separated by more or less deep channels. Along the coast we usually find a muddy strip of mud. With each flood, the salt water of the North Sea is pushed up through the sea holes between the Wadden Islands. A number of rivers end up in the Wadden Sea. From Germany the rivers Eems, Weser and Elbe, from the Netherlands (via the locks in the Afsluitdijk) the IJssel and other rivers and canals draining in the IJsselmeer.
Schiermonnikoog has the widest beach in Europe. Before you reach the sea, you have to walk a reasonable distance over the beach.
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In the living room (with underfloor heating) of approximately 20m2 you can enjoy lounging by the fire, reading a book or looking down to the seawall. The dining room (with underfloor heating) of approximately 20m2 can accommodate more than ten people to have a nice drink, to eat or to dream away.
Modern kitchen with preparation / drinks island. The kitchen is equipped with induction cooker, fridge freezer, hot air oven, microwave, dishwasher and nespresso cappuccino machine. In addition, all kinds of kitchen utensils and crockery and enough space to prepare a delicious meal for 10 people and to serve nicely.
More than 800m2 of garden around Op 'e Ree. Places for children to play, places to sunbathe, places to eat, places to read, places to simply enjoy, places with enough privacy.
The entire ground floor is easily accessible for disabled guests (wheelchair friendly). The bedroom, bathroom and toilet on the ground floor have door frames of 90cm wide. On request, disabled shower and toilet furniture is placed in the bathroom.