De Appelpit

For up to 2 People

About the Accommodation

De Appelpit - this small but beautiful holiday home is quietly located in the centre of the picturesque harbour town of Veere. The sunny terrace, furnished with stylish lounge furniture and with a view of the tower of the historic town hall, is a wonderful place to spend time between old walls and lots of greenery. On the ground floor is the open-plan living-dining room with a comfortable sofa and small kitchenette. This room also leads to the bathroom with shower. A staircase leads to the open, cosy bedroom with a large double bed. An ideal domicile for culture-interested Zeeland fans or water sports fans at the Veerse Meer.

Address: Kaai 61, 4351 AB Veere, Netherlands

Size: 40.0 m², 2 Rooms, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

Beds: 1 Double bed


  • TV
  • Terrace
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Kettle
  • Dining Table
  • Kitchen
  • Hangers
  • Coffee machine
  • Microwave


In the high season between May and October, holiday cottage De Appelpit is primarily rented out by the week from Saturday to Saturday. There are exceptions. These can be seen on the occupancy calendar. The final cleaning fee (€ 75,-) and the visitor's tax of € 2,05 per person per night are added to the rental price. Bed linen can be ordered.


The harbour town of Veere exudes a very special charm - not least because the town is almost completely surrounded by water. The town centre is historically beautiful, with the large 15th-century Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk church and the tranquil cobblestone streets. They are surrounded by restored gabled houses and almost all lead to the central market square. Behind the small marina begins the biotope around the old rampart - a perfect place for a walk in the countryside. Numerous cosy cafés and restaurants invite you to stop off in Veere. In addition to a guided tour of the city's well-known and secret places, a boat tour is recommended: take a ride on one of the hundred-year-old hoogars, the typical Zeeland boats with brown sails, or take a one-hour round trip on the ferry on the Veerse Meer. After a tour, the evening can end perfectly at the marina overlooking the water. For swimmers and beach lovers, Veere also has its own narrow sandy beach with a separate swimming area that attracts many water sports enthusiasts and is also very suitable for children. Hikers also get their money's worth in Veere and will find a perfect mix of nature and exciting history in one of the many forests around Veere. Of course, Zeeland's many extensive beaches are also just a few minutes' drive away, as is the picturesque village of Domburg by the sea or the historic and picturesque city centre of Middelburg.