Farm Welgelegen

Here you will find everything you wish for to have a great time. Together, with friends or with your family, with children.
The cottage is next to the farm we live in at the small river Gein. It used to be a barn and now it is a luxurious house with everything you and your family need. A beautiful view and so close to everything Amsterdam has to offer.

Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, (one with a bath), a kitchen, large livingroom with a fireplace (gas) and television-dvd/player, apple tv.

In the large garden there is a trampoline. Kids can run around and play outside.

There are restaurants and shops in walking distance.

The bike/boat-rental is around the corner.

We are very easy to reach by car and train. It is just a 10 minute walk to the railway station. From there it is only 15 minutes to reach the center of Amsterdam. There are also direct connections to Utrecht and Rotterdam. You can be in 20 minutes on Amsterdam Schiphol AirPort.

Visit the Anne Frankhouse, the musea, the canals, the zoo, etc.

Abcoude is a beautiful small historical village in a typical dutch landscape. Artist were inspired to work here. Mondriaan, the artist, started painting in this area. There is a nice route you can follow to discover his art, also for kids. Well, we can go on and on 😊.

So when you are planning to visit the Netherland and you want to stay in a place where you feel most welcome, don’t hestitate and contact us for more information.

Important to know! Not al the free dates in the calendar are actually free. We also rent the place out for other activities which are not mentioned in this calendar. We are very sorry but there is a chance that the place is not available at your requested dates.

By booking we request that you tell us about yourself and the other quests (ages, purpose of your visit, and if it apply's to you - how did you find us/know about us/have we met before). Thanks

 

Sander, Peter and Levi (and Molly 🐶)

Oostzijdse Mill along the River Gein by Moonlight, Piet Mondriaan, c. 1903

 

This landscape clearly reveals how indebted Mondriaan was to the Hague School as a young artist. A few years earlier, he had copied Gabriëls’ In the Month of July in the Rijksmuseum (on view in this gallery). Although the compositions resemble each other, the general impression in each case is entirely different. Mondriaan modified the lines and colours in order to create a non-realistic, decorative painting.

(source - rijksmuseum)