Holland is a varied and exciting holiday destination, especially for family holidays, with numerous attractions and activities for young and old. Whether you are planning to stay in our over 400 holiday lettings in Holland for a longer holiday, a weekend stay or even if you are just passing through, Holland is always worth a visit. Discover the unique culture of the Dutch and escape from everyday life. And whether you are planning your stay in our Holland holiday homes far in advance or booking your holiday spontaneously, the country is so easy to reach from the UK by Eurotunnel or ferry.
While spending your self-catering holidays in Holland, why not visit Utrecht and some of its cosy Dutch cafes, enjoy a canal tour, relax on the sunny beaches or explore some of the charming villages to get a feeling for the local life in Holland. Alternatively, explore the innumerable museums and galleries of Utrecht, enjoy the fascinating Dutch architecture or visit one of almost 300 castles while staying in our holiday homes in Holland. The Noordeinde Palace and the Palace of Peace shouldn’t be missed during a day trip to The Hague. There are also plenty of things to do for active holiday makers, like cycling, golfing, horse riding or several water sports. If you stay in our Holland holiday homes in the south of the country, don’t miss the popular bathing resorts Scheveningen and Bloemendaal as well as the magnificent gardens of Keukenhof.
When spending a self-catering holidays in Holland, you have to decide whether you prefer to spend your holiday on the coast of Mainland Holland, in the countryside or on one of Holland’s beautiful islands. NOVASOL has a large selection of Holland holiday homes including holiday apartments and cottages in regions like Zeeland, Utrecht, Groningen, Limburg and Flevoland. We have the right property for you, no matter if you are looking for one of our large holiday rentals Holland for a holiday with your friends and family or prefer to stay in our smaller, cosy Holland self-catering homes and apartments. The protection of natural habitats is very important for the Dutch, which is why they have invested a lot of money in dyke construction. Swamps have been drained and cities and roads were expanded, so why not plan some day trips to cities like Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam, Maastricht or Utrecht while self-catering Holland.
The house and location were perfect (Property ID: HFR006) and our local caretaker was outstanding. Kind and helpful as well as welcoming.
Mark from Harpenden, August 2015