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Heiligerlee op Landgoed Geerestein

In a forest, on a meadow and behind the castle of an estate ...

In a forest on a meadow is a monumental children's house with the name "Heiligerlee". Heiligerlee stands, completely detached, behind the castle of a private estate that consists of a combination of forest, ditches and open meadows connected by a network of winding paths and oak avenues. On the estate - with a landscape park - you will also find active farms and no fewer than ten national monuments. There are plenty of cycling routes and water enthusiasts also canoe a lot in the immediate vicinity. That you will be bored here is therefore out of the question and you are guaranteed to enjoy it.

The house was recently completely renovated into a comfortable and very complete holiday home. You make your entrance in the spacious hall with wardrobe. The open kitchen with cooking island and sitting area have been created in the same large and high space. Complete with attractive wood burning stove and underfloor heating throughout. The two double bedrooms - one with a loft with two extra sleeping places - and the bathroom with bath, shower and separate toilet are also on the ground floor.

There is therefore room for 4 adults and 2 children (up to 12/14 years) or 1 older child, or 2 parents with 3 to 4 children.

From the sunny private terrace you have a beautiful view over the meadow. Cars can be parked under the carport and bicycles in the bicycle shed.



Max. capacity 4
Heiligerlee op Landgoed Geerestein Woudenberg, Utrecht

All things considered, you don't have to leave this estate to get what you want. If you want that, there is plenty to find in Woudenberg, which is located in the Utrecht part of the Gelderse Vallei at the foot of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug, and Amersfoort and Utrecht are close by.


Geerestein's history dates back to the 14th century. Children's house "Heiligerlee" was built by Hendrik Daniel Hooft in the period 1835-1850 for his seven children in the style of a Swiss chalet. He probably named his children's house after the battle of Heiligerlee: the first victory of the Dutch over the Spaniards during the Eighty Years' War. In 1960 Heiligerlee was renovated and expanded. The original thatched hipped roof was then replaced by roof tiles and a sawn edge. Opposite the children's house is a small stable building with a Greek temple front, which was also designed and built by Hendrik Daniel Hooft in the same period. Geerestein remained the property of the Hooft family since 1834. The family continues the estate by sustainably combining nature, agriculture, recreation and cultural history.

Heiligerlee op Landgoed Geerestein Isabelle van Ogtrop-Hooft
Geeresteinselaan 55
3931 JB Woudenberg
+31 6 50643779
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RUST (5/5) Geplaatst op 2024-06-13

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  • € 625,- weekend of 3 nights (Friday to Monday);
  • € 730,- midweek of 4 nights (Monday to Friday);
  • From € 1.150,- per week;
  • Prices are based on 4 people. Please note that the rental fits a maximum of 5, with one of the bedrooms sleeping 3 as a single bed is located on the mezzanine;
  • Prices for the 5th person in consultation;
  • Rates include cleaning and bed/bath/kitchen linnen, but do not include tourist tax (appr. € 1,60 p.p.p.n.). These costs will be added to the total price.

Non-smokers only.

Unfortunately dogs (and other pets) are not allowed.






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