Stay at a 4-star hotel at UNESCO World Heritage Site De Beemster in Noord-Holland. De Beemster Polder which is in Dutch called Droogmakerij De Beemster, dates from the early 17th Century. It is an exeptional example of reclaimed land in The Netherlands. Watch the below video to learn more about the De Beemster.
The 4-star hotel is situated in the tiny village called The Rijp. This village can be found in the middle of De Beemster and just a 30 minute drive from the sea and a 25 minute drive from Amsterdam.
The hotel is fully accessible for people with limited mobility and wheelchair users. The hotel has a restaurant and outside terrace.
The hotel has spacious accessible rooms with adapted bathrooms. The bathrooms are equipped with toilet grab rails, shower chairs, wheel-in showers and adapted wash basins.
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A wheelchair accessible transfer can be included.
Starting from the hotel you can enjoy a boat tour through the De Beemster waters with a small accessible boat.
De Rijp is located in the middle of Noord-Holland, this means there are lots of interesting places to visit. You can book a half- or full day tour to explore De Beemster, other villages such as Edam and Volendam and see the windmills at Schermerhorn and Midden-Beemster.
You can also add a tour to Amsterdam, Alkmaar (cheese market on Friday) or to the beach.