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Glamping in The Netherlands

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14x best glamping in The Netherlands

A holiday in The Netherlands is extra fun if you decide to go glamping in The Netherlands. Glamping combines the complete freedom and being one with nature of camping with the convenience and luxury of a holiday home or hotel room. Over the last couple of years, glamping options in The Netherlands have boomed and there are so many places to have a wonderful stay. If you feel like going glamping in The Netherlands, these are the best places to go.

Glamping in The Netherlands: 3 good reasons to try it!

The best glamping in The Netherlands (photo courtesy of Mölke Zuna)

  • When glamping first started to get into fashion you could only chose a safari tent or lodge tent, but now glamping in The Netherlands is so muc more: you can stay in gypsy wagons, cool tipis, yurts or completely furnished lodge tents. Some glamping accommodations even have private bubble baths or saunas.
  • The advantage of glamping in The Netherlands is that you can enjoy everything camping has to offer without having to own any camping gear, like a tent, caravan or even sleeping bags.
  • Glamping in The Netherlands is great when you’re travelling with children as you don’t have to take your entire camping gear as well as all the kid’s stuff.

14x best glampings in The Netherlands


Glamping in The Netherlands, photo courtesy of Duinrell

Glamping in The Netherlands, photo courtesy of Duinrell

Glamping at Duinrell is highly recommended when you’re traveling as a family. As well as glamping facilities Duinrell is well-known for its themepark and waterpark. If you book your stay at Duinrell entrance to both is included. You’ll have a lot of glamping options to chose from: the luxuriousm fully furnished and equipped lodge tents sleep two to twelve people and there are some lodge tents that have seperate little ‘festive’ tents for the children. Don’t forget to combine your stay in Duinrell with a visit to The Hague and Scheveningen.

Holidaypark Mölke

Photo courtesy of Holidaypark Mölke

Photo courtesy of Holidaypark Mölke

Holidaypark Mölke is a proper glamping heaven. This rural and relaxed holiday park offers so many glamping choices: tents, tree housesm tiny houses, pods. It really doesn’t matter if you travel solo, as a couple ora family: Holidaypark Mölke has the accommodation that fits your travel style. Facilities include an indoor pool, indoor playground, outdoor playground, water sports, kids club and a very cool café. National Park Sallandse Heuvelrug and pretty city Deventer are just a stone’s throw away.

Buitenplaats Beekhuizen

Buitenplaats Beekhuizen is one of the most popular places to go glamping in The Netherlands. It is located in a unique location, on the edge of national park Hoge Veluwe and the Post bank (perfect places to see heather in The Netherlands). You really can’t get closer to nature than this in The Netherlands. Scattered in the woods an across the fields Buitenplaats Beekhuizen offers lodge tents, pods and forest cabins. It’s absolutely delightful listenis to the birds and the sounds of the woods whilst enjoying your luxury accommodation. The tents and cabins have nice beddingm private bathrooms, a veranda with lounge chairs and a fully equipped kitchen. The biggest bonus is being able to have lunch, drinks and dinner ar cool and cozy pop-up restaurant WOODZ which also has an outdoor playground for kids.

Huttopia De Veluwe

Glamping in The Netherlands, photo courtesy of Huttopia De Veluwe

Huttopia De Veluwe near Kootwijkerzand is located in one of the nocest areas of Hoge Veluwe national park, famous for its beautiful walks, bike rides and the famous Köller-Möller museum. Huttopia De Veluwe offers lodge tents tents sleeping two up to five persons, the lodge tents are all fully furnished and equipped with all amenities for a pleasant camping holiday. Some even have their own bathroom or wood-burning stove. In summer lots of activities are scheduled for children and they can come and play (board) games all year round in the communial meeting room.

Rabbit Hill

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If you’d like to take the whole familiy for a glamping trip to The Netherlands Rabbit Hill is an excellent choice. There are so many facilties for children that the whole family will be easily entertained, no matter what the weather brings. The lodge tents of Rabbit Hill sleep up to six people and are fully equipped with a kitchen, bathroom and three bathrooms. On the park you’ll find an indoor swimming pool and playground as well as outdoor playgrounds, bike and e-bike rentals. Monkey zoo Apenheul, theme park Juliana Toren and the cities of Amersfoort and Deventer make for lovely days out. Hoge Veluwe national park sits on Rabbit Hill’s doorstep and the stunning scenery of this park as well as the Kröller-Müller museum deserve to ve explored. 

Resort De Parel

Photo courtesy of Resort De Parel

Glamping in The Netherlands, photo courtesy of Resort De Parel

One of the loveliest places to go glamping in The Netherlands is Resort De Parel in Zeewolde, located in de Flevoland province. Spread over ten hectares Resort De Parel offers beautiful safari tents, chalets and lodges. The tents sleep two to seven people, are fully furnished and equipped with your own kitchen and bathroom. You can even enjoy your own barbecue. And if you decide to stay in the La Gran Vida or La Vida Aqua tents you will have a view over the water. And since the resort is facing a small lake, there are beach facilities, like a beach club, SUP-board rental and water games. The resort also has a lovely restaurant. If you’d like to take a day trip? Amsterdam and Utrecht are less than a 45-minute drive from the resort.

Europarcs Het Amsterdamse Bos

Photo courtesy of Europarcs Het Amsterdamse Bos (Glamping in Amsterdam)

Glamping in Amsterdam? Is that even an option? Yes. If you’d like to visit Amsterdam but don’t feel like staying in a hotel in the city Europarcs Het Amsterdamse Bos offers great glamping accommodation, like chalets, cabins and fully equipped lodge tents. But you can also get a pitch for your tent, caravan or campervan. Near Europarcs Het Amsterdamse Bos are several bus stops and tram stops, so you can get to the city in no time at all.

Duynpark Het Zwanenwater

Duynpark het Zwanenwater, glamping Holland | Your Dutch Guide

Duynpark Het Zwanenpark offers beautiful lodge tents that are surrounded by beautiful dunes. The holiday park and camping is only a stone’s throw away from the Callantsoog beach, one of the most stunning beaches in The Netherlands. The lodge tents are furnished beautifully and are surrounded by nature. Not to far from your tent, there are some great restaurant and beach club options.

Het Wylde Pad

Glamping in The Netherlands, photo courtesy of Het Wylde Pad

Het Wylde Pad is en complete glamping dream in the lovely province of Friesland. Het Wylde Pad is surrounded by nature and you’ll feel completely at ease in the luxurious yurts and wood houses. Having a coffee on your terrace whilst listening to the birds, followed by a swim in the lake and a snooze in a hammock. Sounds wonderful, doesn’t it?


Photo courtesy of Kampari

Another gtreat place to go glamping in Friesland is Kampari, a camping site between the towns of Lemmer and Joure. If you enjoy the freedom of camping but don’t feel like investing in a whole camping kit staying at Kampari is for you. There are on;y a couple of glamping tents available which all have their own theme. The lodge tents sleep two to seven people and all tents have theit own bathrooms and fully equipped kitchens. Close to Kampari is Tjeukemeer where kids can enjoy the sandy beach or can try sailing or surfing. 

Glamping Gooise Heide

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Glamping Gooise Heide is perfect if you’d like to enjoy some amazing nature but also see some lovely cities and sights in The Netherlands. Glamping Gooise Heide is located in one of the loveliest heather areas of The Netherlands and from the end of August on the scenerey changes into a deep, stunning purple. Perfect for walks and bike rides. And as a bonus, the cities of Amsterdam, Utrecht and Amersfoort are just a stone’s throw away as well as Holland’s most beautiful castle De Haar.

Landal Sluftervallei

Glamping Holland. Landal Sluftervallei, Texel | Your Dutch Guide

I am such a huge fan of Landal Sluftervallei. It’s such an amazing place to go glamping in The Netherlands, particularly because all accommodation is scattered amongst the dunes, making you feel completely one with nature. The holiday park is situated on the beautiful Dutch island of Texel, which you simply have to explore. Its nature and tranquillity are unique in The Netherlands. And there’s glamping available at Landal Sluftervallei; fully equipped lodge tents with comfortable beds, a private bathroom and shower and complete kitchen. The lodge tents are pitched up at the edge of the park with unlimited views over the national park. Read about all the top things to do on Texel.

Roompot Beach Resort

Photo courtesy of Roompot Beach Resort

Roompot Beach Resort is a great place to go glamping in The Netherlands. The camping and holiday park is located in Zeeland, one of the top provinces to spend a sunny summer holiday. From Roompot beach resort the beach is just a stone’s throw away. Kids can enjoy themselves in various playgrounds, the indoor swimming pool and the kid’s club. Roompot Beach Resort offers fully equipped lodge tents and wigwams for four to six people. 

Hof Domburg

Roompot Hof Domburg, Glamping in The Netherlands | Your Dutch Guide

Domburg is one of the loveliest seaside towns in Zeeland. I spent many summer holidays here when I was little and remember absolutely loving it. If you’d like to go glamping in The Netherlands, Roompot Hof Domburg offers lodge tents for four and six persons. The tents are fully furnished, have two or three bedrooms with comfortable beds, a fully equipped kitchen and your own bathroom facilities. From Domburg, I highly recommend visiting the beautiful city of Middelburg and the town of Zierikzee.

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Glamping The Netherlands: 14x best glampings in The Netherlands | Your Dutch Guide
Glamping The Netherlands: 14x best glampings in The Netherlands | Your Dutch Guide

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