Holland accommodation in Gelderland

Holiday cottages in Gelderland - Holland accommodation

The province of Gelderland has long been the number one destination in the Netherlands because of its beautiful nature, forest and landscape. The culture and Dutch history is also a real attraction! Our range of Holland accommodation Is conveniently located close to the main sights and attractions, so you will be able to explore this popular area from your chosen holiday apartments or holiday cottages in Gelderland.


World War II has left a distinct mark on Arnhem, the battle of Arnhem was a black page in history. The many museums give an impression of this turbulent period and are well worth a visit for any history enthusiasts during your stay in your chosen Holland accommodation. There is also a range of art museums for those of you looking for a little culture. One of our favourites is the Openlucht Museum, surrounded by forests, where you can learn about the history of Arnhem and its surroundings. You will also find that Arnhem offers some great shopping opportunities and the wonderful Korenmarkt provides a great spot to sit down for a drink or snack and people-watch.

Amusement parks

If you are on a self-catering holiday in Gelderland with your family, then there are some great attractions that are sure to go down a treat with the whole family. Visit the Burger's Zoo, the Dolphinarium in Harderwijk or the Apenheul in Apeldoorn. Burger's Zoo is a truly unique attraction with replica of the tropical rainforest, jungle, desert and ocean. You can also visit the Queen Julianapark in Apeldoorn, Tivoli Amusement Park in Berg en Dal and one of the many pet zoos or children indoor playgrounds.


Gelderland and the Veluwe are often mentioned in the same breath. Endless forests, moors and great shifting sand plains are typical of this region. Besides the big cities of Arnhem and Apeldoorn, the towns of Zaltbommel and Culemborg are also worth a visit during your stay in our Holland accommodation. In the spring, you can experience the orchards in the Bommelerwaard and Betuwe. Cycling is an important part of the Dutch culture and is a very common means of transportation in the country, so why not spend and afternoon cycling through the blossoming fruit trees.