About this destination
A delightful farm holiday
Experience ultimate outdoor living in the Drenthe countryside. Stay on a farm run by Goos and Femmie. The Kalverweide is a dairy farm. There are various animals to pet and feed on the farm. For example, sheep, pigs, chickens, rabbits and guinea pigs. There is also a donkey and pony. 8 luxury tents are pitched in a quiet place on the farm. Comfortable beds, a wood stove, a private shower and toilet: you'll want for nothing. There's no Wi-Fi or electricity, so you can spend quality time together. If your e-reader battery runs out, but you've just reached an exciting chapter, simply pop to the farm shop to recharge it, and treat yourself to some farmhouse cheese while you're at it. In the evening, relax by candlelight under the starry sky or beside a campfire. During the day, you can experience real farm life, or discover the surrounding countryside. Now that's what you call a holiday, with a touch of farm life thrown in.
There's never a dull moment in life on a farm. There's something new to learn every single day! Would you also like to discover the beautiful surroundings? Why not hire a bike and follow one of many local cycle routes. There are a number of stunning nature reserves in the local area, such as Weerribben and the Drentsch-Friese Wold. National Park Dwingelderveld is also certainly worth a visit. Are you a keen hiker? The woods lies just a stone's throw away from the farm, for hours of hiking pleasure! Or, walk through Woldberg. Climb the viewing tower to enjoy the wonderful view. Don't forget to visit Giethoorn: the Venice of the North. Delight in this picturesque village from the water. Unforgettable!
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