For everyone's safety - From 18. February
At our holiday park, we take various measures to protect you and our staff. In doing so, we follow the guidelines of the RIVM and the government. So you can enjoy your stay safely and without worries.
- We keep as much as possible 1.5 metres distance from each other.
- We like to greet each other, but from a distance and do not shake hands.
- We wash our hands regularly with soap. Disinfectants are also available in several places.
- We sneeze and cough at our elbow.
- All government measures also apply at our holiday parks.
- We will wear a mouth mask until Thursday, 24 February in indoor public places, such as the reception and the supermarket, as well as in the catering industry when we are not sitting at a table.
Checking in and out
- Come with a maximum of 1 person per accommodation to the reception to check in and out (no companion/group/family).
- As always, we clean your holiday home. In this day and age we do it even more thoroughly. Think about airing your stay before arrival, using a new cloth for each room and disinfecting all surfaces and contact points, such as door handles, handles and light buttons.
- In order to protect our cleaning staff, we ask you to remove the white bed linen yourself upon departure and to put it in the pillowcase. Rented towels can also be put in there.
- In den Niederlanden sind alle Einrichtungen in unseren Parks geöffnet.
Eating & Drinking
- Catering establishments in the Netherlands are open until 10 pm. In the catering industry, we have to check your corona admission ticket. Guests aged 13 and over must be vaccinated, recovered or tested.
- The bicycle rental is open.
- The indoor playgrounds in the Netherlands are open.
- Playing in an outdoor playground is always at your own risk. We ask parents to supervise their children from a distance.
- If your child is ill, he or she is not allowed to play on the playground. Please contact reception for further action.
- Clean hands are important! Therefore all children must wash/disinfect their hands at the entrance.