It Bûthús is an atmospheric and fully furnished, where you can enjoy your stay on our beautiful island with a maximum of 4 people.
It Bûthús - Baaiduinen
- Max 4 persons
- 2 bedrooms
- Internet available
This cottage has 2 bedrooms, making it great for the whole family.
On the ground floor is the living room with open kitchen, fully equipped with a dishwasher, refrigerator, combi-microwave and Nesperesso appliance.
The living room has cable TV with DVD player. The cottage has an excellent wifi connection.
In the hall on the ground floor is the new, spacious bathroom with a walk-in shower and a separate toilet. The entire ground floor has underfloor heating.
On the first floor are two bedrooms: a double bed (160 x 200) in one room and a double bed + a single bed in the other room (4 x single duvets) + cot if necessary.
The corresponding terrace faces south.
There is plenty of space to park your car.
You can rent linen and / or towels from us.
Prices and availability
Fijn appartement op prima locatie
Heel erg genoten van een fijne vakantie in een mooi appartement op fiets afstand van het strand en loopafstand van Midsland
Mooi en schoon appartement, vlakbij Midsland. Goede locatie voor het ondernemen van fiets- en wandeltochten.
Voor herhaling vatbaar!
Alles tot in de puntjes geregeld. Echt vakantie!
alles was goed
je zat daar mooi rustig
- Pets not welcome
- Non smoking
- 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: 15:00
- Time of departure: 10:00
- Hot water shower
- Parking space(s)
- Playground equipment
- Bicycle sheds
Audio / internet
- CD player
- DVD player
- Flat-screen TV
- Child bed
- Owner on site
- Central heating
- Under-floor heating
- Filter coffee machine
- Nespresso coffee machine
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).