About Buitenplaats Beekhuizen
In mid-2015, suddenly there was the opportunity to acquire ownership of the former Camping Beekhuizen. A phenomenal place in National Park Veluwezoom and an area of more than 2.5 hectares. However, the site and facilities were in a very neglected state and the traditional camping market had been under pressure for some time.
We were happy to accept the challenge!
In half a year, the idea was elaborated to realize a unique and small-scale "nature holiday park", where the adventurous feeling of camping could be preserved.
Back to basic, surrounded by nature, but with contemporary comfort. The types of accommodation needed to match this and are therefore carefully selected.
At the beginning of 2016, preparations were started for the realization of our idea.
Landscape architect Buro Harro designed a wonderful plan to fit the accommodations well into the terrain and to make nature stand out even more.
On April 29, 2016, the Buitenplaats opened with its first Pods, later followed by our Lodgetents and restaurant WOODZ.
In 2017 and 2018 new variants were added to our accommodations. We expect to complete the final phase in 2020.
All this with the greatest care and attention that you have come to expect from us.
What does Buitenplaats Beekhuizen have to offer you?
A location in the middle of the nature of the National Park (accessible after passing the game grid)
Camping in luxury, fully furnished accommodations with cooking facilities, private bathroom and heating
Optimal experience of nature through landscape integration
A small but high-quality restaurant and an appropriate range of activities
Personal attention to our guests
Collaboration with Natuurmonumenten and other nature conservation organizations
Direct connection to walking, cycling and mountain biking routes
Very suited as a starting point for various types of trips
We hope to welcome you soon at Buitenplaats Beekhuizen for a surprising stay in the middle of nature, so you can see for yourself why this place is so special to us.
Bas Rosier (park manager)
Judith & Irene Stoevelaar (initiators)