De Wolvetinte

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CONTACT-FREE STAY: Room / kitchen / bedroom / shower / toilet. DISCOUNT from 4 nights, breakfast possible in consultation.

Contact

De Wolvetinte
Skar 4
8724 LE It Heidenskip
Telephone number: +31636277397
www.bedandbreakfast.nl/bed-and-breakfast-nl/it-heidenskip/de-wolvetinte/75410/

Facilities


About the accommodation

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De Wolvetinte farm is located at the end of a dead end road in It Heidenskip in the southwest corner of Friesland.

De Wolvetinte nature reserve is within walking distance.

This nature reserve is named after the former farm that once stood in this nature reserve.
From the viewing platform there is a beautiful view over the De Wolvetinte nature reserve.

There is a public slipway 3.2 km away connecting to the Fluessen, you can bring your own boat.

The Wolvetinte has a room, kitchen, bedroom, shower, toilet for rent in the front part of the farm.

The farm was built in 1865. From around 1741, the farm stood 500 meters to the south where now the De Wolvetinte nature reserve is.
This nature reserve, a bird nesting and resting area, is freely accessible from July to February.

For hikers who use the Inundatus (flooded land) app route of the St. Odulphuspad to walk, the farm is almost on the route.

Walking on the polder dike of the Fluessen is allowed all year round.

In 2011 and 2012, an agricultural polder on the Skar in It Heidenskip was changed into a nature polder due to work.

In the excavated land (now the current nature reserve), traces of the former farm De Wolvetinte come to light such as ordinary utility pottery, beautifully painted Makkumer and Harlinger dishes, special glassware and porcelain.

Once there was drinking, eating and showing off or else with the multitude of material found from the 18th and 19th centuries by the de Wolff family who came back to life in the famous book 'De Oerpolder' by Hylke Speerstra.

Exhibition 'Skerven fan' e Skar 'provides a wonderful overview of the inhabitants of the old Wolvetinte and can be viewed in the former milk tank room from the 1980s near the farm.

The exhibition is freely accessible.


pick up/drop off

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Hiking trails nearby De Wolvetinte


Link to trails nearby including distance to accommodation

See you soon at De Wolvetinte