About this nature house
Located in an authentic historic, originally converted farmhouse with history and oldest core dating back to the 16th-17th century, 18th-century residential house and 19th-century outbuildings. Situated in the middle of the polder landscape of 'Brugse Ommeland', this ruralhut is the perfect place for hikers, cyclists, golfers or those who just love life. At a short distance of Damme, the house is a perfect base for cycling to the coast, Bruges, or for a restful walk along one of the breathtaking hiking routes. The ruralhut is equipped with all possible comforts with main features: fireplace, fully equipped open kitchen with oven and dishwasher, washing machine, LCD TV with DVD, music system, cots, barbecue, wireless internet, board games, bicycles for rent, farm animals and region info. The décor is rural, sober and comfortable, with attention to the smallest detail! Please note: not suitable for six adults, the maximum is four adults and two children. The house is detached, but is located next to a 12-person house. You also have private parking.
Nature and surroundings
The ruralhut is located in the Brugse polder landscape, five kilometers away from the book town Damme, 10 kilometer from Bruges city center and 15 kilometers from the coast. Sluis is a 15-kilometer bike ride away. Tennis facilities at the Vijverhof club are located at 450 meters. Several beautiful wellness centers are located in a 10 kilometer radius. You will find nice inns and restaurants all around, cozy tables or a terrace after a bike ride, in the historic center of Damme. The tennis court is about a five-minute walk from the ruralhut.
Isolation: Double glass, Roof isolated, Walls insulated
Sustainable isolation: Mineral wool (glass wool / stone wool)
Hot water supply: Solar water heater
Heating: radiators and central heating boiler
Degree of waste separation: Glass, Paper/cardboard
Use of biological cleaning products
per person, optional upon arrival
- In a beautiful setting
- Away from your daily struggle
- Contribute to local nature projects