Tiny house Utrecht

Do you live in the Netherlands and are willing to explore nature while staying at one of the tiny houses? Or maybe you're from abroad and heard great things about Utrecht and it inspired you to go and explore the city, combining it with a peaceful stay at one of the amazing tiny houses? Whatever the case, on Nature.house you will be able to find a wide selection of cozy and comfortable tiny houses for different prices and level of comfort!

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Tiny house Utrecht

Do you live in the Netherlands and are willing to explore nature while staying at one of the tiny houses? Or maybe you're from abroad and heard great things about Utrecht and it inspired you to go and explore the city, combining it with a peaceful stay at one of the amazing tiny houses? Whatever the case, on Nature.house you will be able to find a wide selection of cozy and comfortable tiny houses for different prices and level of comfort!

Flora and fauna

Plants and animals that thrive in temperate climates can be found in the Netherlands. The country is famous for its flowers, for example, the well-known Dutch tulips. Did you know that even though they are considered a Dutch symbol now, the gentle and vividly coloured tulips were imported from the Ottoman Empire (nowadays’ Turkey) in the 16th century? In the past, the flower bulbs were used as money until the market collapsed. This moment in Dutch history is also known as Tulip Mania. In fact, the tulip season runs from the end of March until mid-May. All over Holland, known also as the largest flower shop in the world, there are organised tulips festivals and parades during this time and it’s a great opportunity to take a bike and discover the natural treasures by cycling in the Netherlands. Don’t miss the chance to see the Flower Parade Bollenstreek because you will definitely not regret it.

The moraines, heaths, drifting sands and floodplains in Utrecht are the habitat of many different animal species, including the fox, roe, badger, tree marten and hundreds of bird species. In the northwest of the province are the Vinkeveense Plassen, a large nature and water sports area. In a certain part of these lakes a spoonbill colony is established. Outside the breeding season you can only explore this area by canoe. At the very heart of the province of Utrecht there is a unique natural treasure consisting of thousands of plant species: the Botanic Gardens of Utrecht University. The Gardens are situated at Fort Hoofddijk in the city of Utrecht. Visitors are very welcome in this colourful and fascinating world, where they can discover nature at its best.

Activities in Utrecht

Because of the small area of the province, the Utrecht holiday homes are a good starting point for trips to nature reserves, sights, amusement parks, large cities or beautiful walks. Everything is close by! On the Utrechtse Heuvelrug there is a large network of walking, cycling and horseback riding routes: ideal for nature lovers who want to enjoy the Utrecht landscape together or alone. Would you prefer to be sporty? Then go swimming, boating, diving or water skiing on the Vinkeveen lakes. Because the province is densely populated and part of the Randstad, sights are never far away. There are a remarkably diverse range of museums, plenty of shopping opportunities and many options for a dinner or evening out. There are plenty of activities that you can do in Utrecht, either indoors or outdoors. If you want to explore the diverse nature of the country within one holiday, it’s not a problem! There are special biking routes that will give you an ease to travel around. From forests, rivers, rural areas, and polder landscapes, to the coastal strips and beaches in the Hague and Zeeland, you’ll be surprised by the hidden beauty of the Utrecht.

Other popular activities include walking, boat trips, and fishing. Also, Utrecht has several superb hiking routes that will help you explore the Utrecht naar Woerden, Utrecht-Bunnik and Voorveldse polder. Some of our landlords from whom you can rent holiday houses in the Netherlands offer information packs with suggested activities and day trips in the area.You could even do lake activities during summer like kayaking, canoeing or just sitting outside your tiny house during the winters with bonfire and marshmallows. Share some good stories with your friends or family in the night time and explore the natural surroundings in the morning.

The Dutch weather in a nutshell

Something you might be concerned about when it comes to planning a holiday in the Netherlands is the weather. It is a known fact that there are a lot of rainy and cold days. The country has a temperate maritime climate with temperatures between 3 °C and 6 °C during winter and it can reach a maximum of 25 °C during the summer in some regions of the country. Therefore, there are mild winters and cool summers. This type of climate is influenced by the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. If you have decided to plan a holiday within the Netherlands, don’t forget to take an umbrella or your raincoat, waterproof shoes, and some clothes that can keep you warm.

Choose a tiny house

The tiny house in Utrecht is fully equipped to give you the best holiday experience. Although it is tiny, it has all the necessary facilities that won’t make you feel like you are out of home. Some houses will be suitable for two or some for six! Facilities like oven, dishwasher, internet, washing machine, tv, fireplace or even bbq will be available in the tiny house you desire to choose. During summers, you can also enjoy in the pool if the tiny house offers one. To look for these facilities, you can simply look at the filters on the left side of the page, click on the ones you want and the results will be as follows. Do not worry, we also have simple holiday houses that will provide you with all the necessary amenities and space that will make your weekend unforgettable. As a bonus to all of the houses, the beautiful surroundings and views will keep you captivated all the time!