Group accommodation in Gelderland

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Group accommodations in Gelderland

The Veluwe is the largest contiguous forest in the Netherlands. In these forests you will find several group accommodations and holiday homes. Take a stroll through the woods or go for a day to the Veluwe Source to relax.

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Group accommodation rental in Gelderland?

The very location of this province makes you understand that Gelderland has a multifaceted holiday offer. To the north lie the vast heathlands and vast forests of the Veluwe. The Veluwe is the largest continuous forest in the Netherlands. You will find various group accommodations and holiday homes in these woods. Enjoy a walk through the woods from your group accommodation in Gelderland or spend a day relaxing at the Veluwse Bron. The Veluwe passes almost unnoticed into the long sandy beaches of the Veluwe Lake. In the south of Gelderland, you will find the beautiful Betuwe and the naturally watery river area. In the east is the Achterhoek, a unique combination of nature and ancient culture. Besides the Veluwe, you can also rent a holiday home in the Achterhoek. The most eastern part of Gelderland. Here you will find the well-known coulisse landscape bordered by the beautiful river IJssel. Whether you re looking for peace and quiet or sporty action on, in or along the water: it’s all possible when you stay in a group accommodation in Gelderland!

Tips for sightseeing in Gelderland

National Park de Hoge Veluwe
National Park De Hoge Veluwe is a world-famous nature park with over 5,400 hectares of forest, heathland, grassy plains and sand drifts. Living in the park include red deer, roe deer, mouflon and wild boar, as well as many endangered and protected species, such as the pine marten.

Airborne museum
Experience the Battle of Arnhem as if you were right in the middle of it. Airborne Museum ‘Hartenstein’ in Oosterbeek takes you back to the year 1944. The underground Airborne Experience is unique in Europe. Here you ll stand in the streets of Arnhem, where a fierce battle raged and wander through a war decor where shots, impacts, English cries and German orders can be heard.

A forest full of monkeys running loose, that’s Apenheul. In this beautiful, green park on the Veluwe, more than half of the monkeys run free. With the handy spotting tips you ll encounter along the way, you ll not have to miss one. Of course, there are also monkeys that do not run loose, such as the gorillas and orangutans.

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