Buitenplaats Langewijk -discover the lowlands!
Cozy family-owned holiday homes for rent echoing the spirit and style of The Netherlands
A warm welcome to Buitenplaats Langewijk!
Buitenplaats Langewijk, echoing the spirit and style of The Netherlands, offers two cozy family-owned holiday homes for rent. Buitenplaats Langewijk is a country oasis for a relaxing getaway, family vacation or small business retreat in the UNESCO World Heritage Beemster. The Beemster is a cultural landscape located near Amsterdam, dating from the early 17th century, and an exceptional example of reclaimed land in the Netherlands.
Astrid & Niels are the hosts of Buitenplaats Langewijk and they are proud that they have received a Guest Review Award from Booking.com with an average score of 9,5 for five years in a row.
Both holiday homes are equipped with a private bathroom, living- and bedroom and a fully equipped kitchen. Each holiday home is different in size, decorations, and furnishing. All devised with comfort in mind!
From your holiday home you can enjoy the magnificent view over the Dutch meadows (sometimes flower fields), canals, dykes and settlements like fort Benoorden Purmerend (part of the thesis of Amsterdam). Wi-Fi is available and is free of charge.
When you are planning a vacation gateway near Amsterdam, make Buitenplaats Langewijk your lodging choice! Here in the Beemster, you’ll find the quiet comfort of our country retreat, yet you’re just minutes from so many things to see and do.
Buitenplaats Langewijk is centrally located in Noord-Holland and is a great base for bikers, hikers and excursions. Nearby attractions are: Amsterdam, the Zaanse Schans, the beach, Volendam, Marken, Alkmaar en Edam.
Whether you want an active holiday, a romantic break or a relaxing getaway with a bit of walking we look forward to welcoming you and making it a memorable stay!
Best wishes, Astrid & Niels
OUR HOLIDAY HOMES
Buitenplaats Langewijk is not a standard place to stay! Therefore we have no standard holiday homes either.
We offer two cozy and generous-sized holiday homes, all with private bathroom, -kitchen, living- and bedroom. Each holiday home is different in size, decorations, and furnishing. All devised with comfort in mind.
Our cozy holiday homes are echoing the spirit and style of The Netherlands! The holiday homes have a wonderful view over the typical Dutch meadows (sometimes flower fields), canals and dykes.
Private terrace with BBQ
Relax at your private terrace with BBQ and enjoy the beautiful view over the meadows.
By using our free Wifi you can easily connect to the internet with your laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Parking at location
We have a lot of space, so parking your car is no problem.
Spacious holiday homes
Our two holiday homes are spacious and fully equipped (including a private bathroom and kitchen).
Great view of the lowlands
We are surrounded by meadows (sometimes flower fields) and canals. Enjoy the view over the lowlands. The Beemster is located 3,5 meters below sea level!
Each holiday home has a private bathroom with a shower, washing facilities and toilet.
SEE & DO
City of Amsterdam
Amsterdam is close by and has a lot to offer! Visit the world-famous 17th century capital of Holland. Enjoy the historic buildings, beautiful museums and pleasant ambiance. Go for a boat tour on the canals, stroll through Vondelpark, and go shopping in the inner city. Amsterdam is a unique city! Amsterdam has the world’s highest museum density and it home to cultural treasures like the Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House, and Rijksmuseum. One day in Amsterdam is often much too short!
North sea and lake IJsselmeer
The long and wide beaches, the surrounding dunes and the variety of seaside resorts attract domestic and foreign tourists to the North Sea coast. Bathers, surfers, kite surfers, hang gliders, anglers, sailors and motor boaters, they all like to recreate on and near the water.
Lake IJsselmeer is the largest lake in the Netherlands. Picturesque old fishing villages lie along lake IJsselmeer.
Windmills Zaanse Schans
The Zaanse Schans is one of the highlights of the Netherlands.. Be part of a vibrant and stunning living and working community that dates back to the 18th and 19th centuries. It’s packed with wooden windmills, barns, houses and museums and built in the typically Dutch wooden architectural style.
The Zaanse Schans will easily fill half a day – there is so much to see, taste, smell and experience!
Cities of Marken and Volendam
There is plenty to do all year round in Volendam, Holland’s best-known fishing village. Take a look in the handsome old harbor full of old Dutch ships and take a boat trip to Marken. Or have your photo taken wearing traditional Volendam clothes and learn more about Volendam in one of its museums.
If you're visiting Marken, you can't miss the little wooden houses. Residents built their homes on 'werven', artificially built hills. In this way, they prevented damage from floods.
The UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Beemster forms a unique polder area that shows how the Dutch have controlled the waters and used them to their advantage for centuries.
More than 400 years ago the Dutch succeeded to reclaim land in an area that was at the time still an inland sea using 43 windmills. In those years, the lake of De Beemster changed into a beautiful landscape that lies 3.5 meters below sea level and is divided into a tight geometric pattern of squares and quadrants.
Haarlem with its many historic buildings and beautiful old squares lies near the beach on the banks of the Spaarne river. It is wonderful to stroll through the narrow streets lined by the monumental buildings built by master Lieven de Key.
Visit extraordinary museums, such as the Frans Hals or Teylers Museum, and explore its countless cafés and restaurants. Haarlem is called the most Flemish city of the north with reason!
Discover the lowlands by bike
Holland has more bikes than inhabitants. Whenever possible, the Dutch do everything by bike. There is no better way to immerse yourself in Dutch culture than to get on a bike and discover the lowlands this way.
Holland is a flat country and therefore it’s perfect for a bike ride regardless of your age or experience.
Holland boasts 37,000 kilometers worth of cycle paths
and they will lead you to the most special hotspots.
Cheese market Alkmaar or Edam
Alkmaar is known as the city of cheese in Holland, but that title covers only part of what the town has to offer. It has a beautiful old center with many historic monuments, great shopping districts and countless welcoming terraces, cafes and restaurants for every budget. Alkmaar also has a range of interesting museums, including the Stedelijk Museum, Beer Museum, Beatles Museum and naturally the Cheese Museum. If you want to get out of the city for a while, the beach and dunes are just fifteen minutes away.
Zuiderzeemuseum Enkhuizen, located in a beautiful fishing village by lake IJsselmeer, brings stories of the people who once lived on the shores of the Zuiderzee to life. See, hear, feel, taste and smell everyday life round the Zuiderzee. The Zuiderzee Museum focuses on the history, current situation and future of the region. Themes such as water, crafts and communities occupy centre stage. These stories are visualized the Outdoor Museum with its historic buildings, and in the Indoor Museum through thematic exhibitions.