De Meersen originally consisted of the parental home of our great-grandparents and that of the neighbors. Around 1950, both parts were joined together and underwent several renovation works. The result today is a house full of character that radiates a family atmosphere. It was deliberately chosen to preserve the cozy and cozy atmosphere which makes De Meersen a unique holiday home. We would like to welcome you in our piece of history.
Bedroom with a double bed and storage space. Sleeping area with 2 double beds and 2 single beds. The sleeping hall is very spacious and creates a cozy atmosphere.
Living room with large wooden table, 2 large seats and 4 armchairs. A TV + WIFI and a cozy wood stove. Kitchen with oven, microwave and dishwasher. Finished in classic blue tiles to emphasize the rustic character. Bathroom with two separate shower cubicles, two washbasins and a toilet. Bedroom with a double bed with storage space.
Two parking spaces adjacent to the enclosed garden. The fence is completely round so that pets can roam freely. Terrace with garden furniture and a barbecue. Two high chairs and two children's beds, 10 full-sized beds for adults. Storage room with washing machine and an outside toilet.
|Address: Binnenweg 8, Beveren-aan-den-IJzer (Alveringem)|
|Zip/Postal Code: 8691|
|Latitude/Longitude: 50.9392045 / 2.6397657999999637|
The Belgian Coast is one of the tourist regions of the province of West Flanders. Traditionally, it is one of the top tourist regions in the country. The region is responsible for the most important part of Flanders' residential tourism and day-trip tourism. Tourism is very seasonal, with peak summer holidays in July-August.
The coast has more than two thirds of the hotel capacity of Flanders, with more than 500 hotels and 27,000 beds. The coast is also very attractive due to the safe and well organized rescue service on the coast. The coastal rescue service is organized by the IKWV, an intermunicipal association between all coastal municipalities. The rescuers can be recognized by their red uniform.
A weekend trip to Koksijde is a must for anyone who loves the sea. The atmosphere of the coastal town of Koksijde can be described in a few words: flowers, nature, folklore and art. Koksijde has a long beach with many activities for both those who like to be on the water and those who like to be more active. In addition, art and culture are at the heart of Koksijde. Paul Delvaux, a former resident, has certainly left his mark. His museum shows many of his works and provides insight into the artist's interesting life.
Beveren aan de IJzer is a rural village in the Belgian province of West Flanders. Since 1977 it has been a part of Alveringem. Beveren is also called Beveren-aan-de-IJzer, after the river IJzer that forms the southern boundary of the borough and to distinguish it from other Belgian towns with the name Beveren. In the 19th century, the parish had its peak under the impulse of the border trade.
The smugglers (blueers) tried to cross the French border with butter, tobacco and other contraband to avoid the import taxes. The customs officers (patrols) patrolled the border to stop the smugglers. Today Beveren aan de Ijzer is a quiet village that is the perfect starting point to explore the region.
Plopsaland De Panne is a theme park of Studio 100 in the Belgian town of De Panne, on the North Sea coast and the French border. The coast tram has a stop for the entrance, from De Meersen you reach the park by car in half an hour. The theme park is named after the children's programs Kabouter Plop and Samson and Gert from Studio 100 and offers ideal relaxation for both young and old.
The park has mainly family attractions that are decorated in the style of the programs of Studio 100. In the park there are performances by children's heroes like Samson and Gert and Kabouter Plop. Other attractions include a train, a Starflyer, a petting zoo, a carousel and a pirate ship.