Description Bed and breakfast In a Glasshouse is located in Oostwoud in the heart of West Frisia. It is a cottage-like home located behind our glass workshop in the deep garden on the water. It can be rented as a B&B but also as a holiday home for a longer period. There is also a motor boat available that can be rented. See also our TINY HOUSE advertisement in Oostwoud.
“We fell in love with this place for its comfort, cleanliness and delicious breakfast :) The hosts are very accommodating and creative people. It was great to listen to the wind and drink tea, looking at the canals with all kinds of ducks; light a fire in handmade candlesticks and marvel at the thoughtfulness of the details in the cabin ... In short - we liked it :)”
Spacious apartment with wifi, fridge, big screen TV and patio garden doors to beautiful terrace, situated in beautiful West Frisia. Just 30 minutes drive from Amsterdam.
“Dear Bouke & Bernadette’s, Thanks a lot for everything, the breakfast was delicious. Offering a breakfast was a very positive surprise to us. We would like to come again during summer. Wishing you the best and hope to see you next year. Regards Isamar and Hermann”
Directly on water we rent a cozy cottage with kitchen, box spring bed, bathroom and sauna. Fantastic view over farmland and nature reserve Egboetswater. Visit historic towns Enkhuizen, Hoorn and Medemblik. 40 minutes from Amsterdam, one hour drive to Texel, 40 minutes by car from the North Holland coast. Wonderful environment for cycling and walking. Fish water for the door. The accommodation has its own access, so for you all privacy.
“It was just beautiful. We were looking for something short term as a starting point to explore the Netherlands. We have found a beautiful retreat after a rainy day even the possibility to sauna to warm up again. The landlords were very nice and the communication was fast and smooth. Everything was very clean and perfect for our purposes. You could sleep well, cook, shower, sauna and just relax. Thank you very much. We will come back. We have not seen all of the Netherlands for a long time yet.”