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Tiny house Poppy with a magnificent view

Tiny home
hosted by Jose
  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bed
  3. 1 bath
Dedicated workspace
A private room with wifi that’s well-suited for working.
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Poppy is a detached tiny house located on the border of the Veluwe, with a magnificent view on the floodplains of the Rhine and the bridge that crosses the river.

Situated on walking distance of only a few minutes from the famous little church in Oosterbeek and near the centre of the village where you'll find nice boutiques and restaurants. The city of Arnhem is only 5km away and you can enjoy numerous bike and walking trails in the area. The bus stops in front of the house.

The space
Poppy is a very cosy place to enjoy the perfect getaway with lots of rest and privacy. It is a very comfortable retreat away from all the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Although tiny, Poppy has its own private bathroom and fully equiped kitchen, as well as a lovely private terrace looking out over the garden and the floodplains.
Poppy is aimed to be as eco-friendly as possible and mostly powered by solar energy. The walls, floor and roof are fully insulated and windows double glazed for winter stays.
The sofa bed is very easy to handle and has an innerspring mattress for your comfort. In the sofa armrests you will find the ready made bedding.
To save space the table can be fold out and is accompanied by foldable designer chairs. You have your own private entrance and can use the parking space in front of the house.

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Beach access
Kitchen
Wifi
Dedicated workspace
Free driveway parking on premises – 1 space
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning
Private patio or balcony
Shared backyard – Fully fenced
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

Where you’ll be

Oosterbeek, Gelderland, Netherlands

The oldest part of Oosterbeek is the Benedendorp (Lower Village), on the northern bank of the Lower Rhine. One landmark in the village is the little (Reformed) church, which has certain architectural sections that date back to the second half of the 10th century.

In the 19th century, several mansions were built on the higher ground to the north of the old village. One of these mansions, called De Hemelse Berg, was destroyed in 1944. Another, called Hartenstein, is now home to the Airborne Museum. The construction of smaller buildings in the same area led to the creation of the Bovendorp (Upper Village). To the north of the built-up area lies the Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery.

The village is known for its involvement in the September 1944 Battle of Arnhem, during which it was heavily damaged. General Roy Urquhart of Britain had his headquarters at Hotel Hartenstein. Oosterbeek is also the location of the Hotel de Bilderberg, where the Bilderberg Group first met in 1954.

Oosterbeek is also known as the painters village. The Oosterbeek School is known as the birthplace of Dutch Impressionism, along with the nearby village of Wolfheze. Art historians call this the Barbizon of the North. The school's most successful period was from 1841 until 1870, before the artists turned to other villages in the western parts of the Netherlands.

Artists who were part of the movement near Oosterbeek include Gerard Bilders, Paul Gabriël, Barend Cornelis Koekkoek, Jacob Maris, Matthijs Maris, Willem Maris, Anton Mauve, Hendrik Mesdag, Willem Roelofs, and Jan Hendrik Weissenbruch.

Be sure to spend at least a day or two visiting Arnhem's many historic sites and attractions, as well as its pleasant green spaces, such as Park Sonsbeek, popular for its old manor house and tearoom.

The city occupies the site of the old Roman settlement of Arenacum and, thanks to its advantageous position on the Rhine, has been an important place of trade since the Middle Ages, evidence of which can still be seen throughout Arnhem's old city center. In addition to its many memorials, Arnhem boasts numerous other interesting things to do, including shopping, dining, and visiting museums and cultural attractions such as the excellent Netherlands Open Air Museum with its displays of traditional lifestyles.
Another must-visit is the nearby Hoge Veluwe National Park, one of the country's most important conservation areas and a fun place to explore either on bike or on foot.

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Hosted by Jose

Joined in July 2020
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During your stay

Poppy is next to my own house. You can call me any time (not at night please) if you have questions or requests. If possible I will of course try to help you out.
  • Languages: English, Français, Deutsch
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Rated 4.77 out of 5 from 95 reviews.