The Droom (‘Dream’) guest accommodation is on the ground floor and adjoins the spacious garden. The original interior doffs its cap to the birds that love coming into the orchard. There’s a separate living/sitting room, where you can relax and enjoy fresh coffee, or make a cup of tea.
The Vuur (‘Fire’) guest accommodation is on the ground floor in front of the B&B. The blacksmith’s fire once burned in this room. The red decoration harks back to the red glow of the flames over which the blacksmith used to labour. The sitting and sleeping area are separated by a beautiful antique cupboard. Among other things, the sideboard contains the fridge.
The Verlangen (‘Desire’) guest accommodation is on the first floor at the back, looking out towards the Wadden Sea. This luxurious and spacious room breathes nostalgia and snug cosiness, and you’ll feel right at home. Sleeping in the spacious bed box is a joy. Sleep late and enjoy the quiet surroundings. And in the morning, luxuriate together in the two-person hot tub.
The Lucht (‘Air’) guest accommodation is on the first floor at the back, overlooking the extensive garden. This room breathes pure romance, not least thanks to the cosy bed under the sloping roof and overlooking the starry sky. That’s because Texel’s nights are still really dark, with the stars clearly visible. From the clawfoot bath (a traditional bath on legs), you have all the time you need to study the beautiful details in this room. You can access the private terrace from the living room.
The Zilt (‘Brine’) guest accommodation is on the first floor at the front, overlooking the convivial Kikkertstraat. In the morning you can take your breakfast at the table by the window in the sunshine. Zilt breathes the sea thanks to all the maritime details in its interior, and Texel’s maritime past is almost tangible. In the separate bedroom you will find the bed from grandmother’s era.