Fletcher Landgoedhotel Renesse

Address: Stoofwekken 5 (PO Box 58 - 4325 ZH), Renesse, Zeeland, 4325 BC, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Stoofwekken 5 (PO Box 58 - 4325 ZH), Renesse.
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    Travel Blogs from Renesse

    Wet and windy day!

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 16, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... be quite a size. We moored at the visitor’s pontoon but the harbour master asked us to move into one of the box moorings which we did, but was quite difficult with a strong side wind, but John got us in. It has electric and water and finger pontoons combined with box piles, but no WiFi even though it is shown in our book from 2 years ago. 2 Englishmen came round to say “hello” as they saw us come in. They live here one on his boat and ...

    Black Forest, Renesse (Holland)

    A travel blog entry by windystevej on Aug 01, 2014

    33 photos

    ... and I have decided to open one in the UK/Oz.

    We stayed in Hausach that night, still in the Black Forest, and the next day took a train up a valley about 40km to ride back down again on our bikes. The German trains are stereotypically good, arriving dead on time with plenty of space for bikes. That said, unfortunately, the train we were getting on only had two carriages and was already jammed with bikes, with a pack of elderly cyclists ...

    Schoonhoven and Kinderdjk

    A travel blog entry by shbell on Apr 06, 2013

    9 photos

    ... mill could only raise the water 4 feet by itself. Windmills - The top of the windmill is like a turret - it can pivot 360 degrees to take advantage of the wind. There is a large steering wheel behind the windmill that the miller uses to turn the top around. The mills have to work in unison to pump water out. One mill is designated the leader and the miller there is responsible for checking the water level. If he decides it is necessary to pump, he turns the ...

    Day 9

    A travel blog entry by gypsydi on Jul 31, 2012

    7 photos

    ... in s'Gravendeel here in Holland when the flood happened and I grew up with her often talking about it. Had late lunch at the cafe and then looked at some of the monuments outside remembering the people who drowned. Very surreal. More flowers. Had yummy dinner at Bru 17 a cafe specializing in mussels in ...

    Coming through!

    A travel blog entry by jamie_pete on May 13, 2011

    4 photos

    ... at the front of a police officer, who took one look at me, the merest glance at my passport and waved me through (probably thinking, 'We'll let any wacky individual into Holland these days!').

    Immediately picked up the amazingly extensive network of cycle paths that Holland is so known for and, where I found myself on roads, was impressed by the consideration given to me by the Dutch drivers - note to drivers in the UK! I was amazed ...