- Land: Nederland
- Regio: Limburg
- Accommodatie: Vakantiehuis
- Personen: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
- Faciliteiten: Zwembad
- Adres: Ooijenseweg 1
- Plaats: Broekhuizenvorst
- Website: Klik hier voor de website
The Joffers’ House is a particularly delightful 3 bedroom, self catering Holiday House, situated in Broekhuizenvorst, a picturesque village at the river Maas in Holland’s most Southern and varied Province, Limburg. Sleeps max. 5.
Fantastically centrally located: near the historic towns, Venlo and Eindhoven and the Roman cities of Maastricht and Nijmegen. Within easy reach of Dusseldorf/Koln in Germany, Liege and Ghent in Belgium.
Spectacular nature for great walking and cycling through forest-heath-along the river Maas and blooming rose-fields. Plenty day-trips, e.g.to historical towns (medieval castles-shopping), Thermal Bath, boat trips, local markets, cultural festivals and so much more…
The Joffers’ House: this stylish 1950s house has retained much of it’s original character, boasting stained glass windows, a beautiful staircase, and a balustrade in the hall. It has recently been fully renovated and fitted with all mod-cons. Beautiful garden with 3 patios. View on village square.
Living room: modern comfy furniture combined w. beautiful French antiques. Art on the wall-wooden floors with luxurious carpets-soft white walls-open fireplace-comfy sofa-candles-magazines-TV-video-CD-games-WI-FI.
Delightful, modern and cozy kitchen. Fully equipped with all modern appliances: dishwasher, 4 pits hob, fridge/freezer- luxurious coffee machine (senso), oven, combination microwave/and 2nd oven. Plenty storage. Lovely place to have breakfast and lunch! Spacious utility room with washer and dryer. Cloth rack, extra space to do hand wash.
3 Bedrooms ( 2 double and 1 single).
Modern, large bathroom with 2 marble wash basins, a large bath, shower, toilet, and floor heating. (Hair dryer, robes, plenty of bath linen/bathrobe, etc.). Sunny and modern feel.
Wonderful garden with three different terraces: the sunny large patio, our intimate morning terrace to have breakfast on, and the shady sitting area underneath the old oak tree.