Rural location, large communal garden, supermarket within walking distance.
Rents 2011 include tourist tax € 1.00 per person per night.
central heating in all rooms, TV, CD player, DVD, free Wi-Fi,
use of washing machine, ironing board / iron for own use
apartment in farmhouse on main road.
owner lives for house, apartment is located on /> 19.35 m2. (This is excl.het kitchens), solid floor
cover, 3-seater sofa (blue fabric) + 2 armchairs, (white
beech with fabric seat)
dining / KITCHEN
beech wooden dining table with 4 stoelen.aparte
kitchen with 4-ring hob, large oven, large fridge, large freezer, coffee
machine, microwave, toaster, kettle, dishwasher .
bathroom with shower, separate toilet, sink wc
BEDROOMS (ground floor)
1. 9.10 m2 2 x 1-bed (box spring)
16 m2 1 x 2-bed (200x160)< p> Both bedrooms sinks wc,
cot, highchair and playpen
carpeting, synth.duvet 1x2 + 2x single,
2 x alarm clock
large garden, lawn with trees, trampoline, slide, swings, Terrace with garden furniture
. parking area
Prices and availability
Fijne, rustige uitvalsbasis
Eenvoudig maar comfortabel. Alles compleet en schoon. Prachtige natuur en paar winkels op loopafstand.
Heel fijne plek met mooi uitzicht op tuin, schoon, vriendelijke gastvrijheid
Echt een plek om tot rust te komen door de sfeer en ligging
niet voor herhaling vatbaar
Achterstallig, slecht onderhoud, eenvoudig, stoffig
Comfortabel appartement, centraal op het eiland.
Goede locatie, leuk en compleet ingericht, grote tuin
Prettig huisje, ruime tuin, rust, gastvrije eigenaar.
- Pets welcome
- Internet available
- Type of accommodation: Apartment
- Number of persons (minimum): 1
- Number of persons (maximum): 4
- Number of bedrooms: 2
- Number of bathrooms: 1
- Time of arrival: 14:00
- Time of departure: 10:00
- Hot water shower
- Parking space(s)
Audio / internet
- CD player
- DVD player
- Vacuum cleaner
Map & surrounding area
The Koffiemolen (Coffee Mill) is a distinctive building in the town. It's the only windmill on Terschelling. Originally, it stood in the hamlet of Dellewal near West Terschelling, but was purchased by the miller of Formerum in 1876 and transported to Formerum. These days, it houses a coffee bar. In the Middle Ages, Formerum was considered the largest and most important town of east Terschelling. The village is often named Viveporten (Five Ports) in documents from the Middle Ages. The name appears to refer to a monastery which once stood here.
Formerum is also the birthplace of Willem Barentsz, the famous explorer who attempted to find a route to East Asia by crossing north from Siberia. Willem Barentsz spent the winter of 1596-1597 in a cabin called "Behouden Huys" (Safe House) on Nova Zembla, made from driftwood. One of the typical Terschelling farmhouses, the Spylske Huus, was built in 1759 and is a monument. The farmhouse has one long, continuous roof ridge with a distinct curve. The farmhouse is at the south end of Formerum.