Centrally located, in the middle of the island of Terschelling, you will find boutique B&B De Vluchtweg. The richness of the bird-rich polder next door and the mudflats within walking distance. Six spacious, luxurious rooms with wonderful Nilson beds. A unique place where the polder is different and surprised every day. A place with privacy, tranquility and space. Here we enjoy every day and are happy to share that with you.
Boutique B&B De Vluchtweg - Room Tureluur - Baaiduinen
- Max 2 persons
- 1 bedroom
- Internet available
All spacious rooms are named after a bird that you can find here on the island and each room has its own atmosphere. Grab an island beer from the fridge or make a cup of Nespresso coffee after 'flying' over the island for a day. The comfortable armchair lends itself to reading a good book or to musing. Want to 'stay home' for an evening? Take some goodies and set the table. Get refreshed from the (rain) shower and nestle in a wonderful luxury Nilson bed to dream away.
The next morning you can enjoy the island breakfast prepared in the atmospheric breakfast room, or on the terrace surrounded by plants and flowers when the weather is nice. Island breakfast from 8.30 am to 9.30 am.
Check out from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Check in from 12.30 pm to 2 pm. Other times in consultation. If you come earlier or want to leave later, you can put the luggage in the hall.
Prices and availability
Nog geen beoordelingen beschikbaar.
- Pets not welcome
- Internet available
- Type of accommodation: Hotel
- Number of persons (minimum): 1
- Number of persons (maximum): 2
- Number of bedrooms: 1
- Number of bathrooms: 1
- Time of arrival: 15:00
- Time of departure: 10:30
- Tea/Coffee maker
Map & surrounding area
Baaiduinen is a village next to Midsland. Baaiduinen is surrounded by a number of small, but much older settlements: Kinnum, Kaard and Horp. Baaiduinen is considered the youngest town on Terschelling, as it was only recognized as an independent settlement in the 19th century. To the north of Baaiduinen is a wide polder area called "het Hoge Land" (the Highland).