Ryan’s Recycled Treehouse
Spend the holidays environmentally friendly between the orchard trees at Welgelegen
The sustainably built Treehouse consists of four old sea containers and old and second-hand materials. The apartment is located on the first floor and is ringed by a porch, offering both privacy and a magnificent view while lounging there. It's adjacent to the ecological natural swimming pool.
Ryan's Treehouse offers space for a maximum of four persons. It has a two-person bedroom and a sofabed. The apartment is also fitted with its own shower and toilet and a luxurious kitchen with a Smeg refrigerator, dishwasher, coffee maker, small oven, four burner gas stove, cookware and utensils. It's heated using underfloor heating.
The two-person bed will be made on arrival and as an added luxury, towels will also be waiting for you. Bedding for the sofabed is ready for use in a big basket.
Pets are not allowed in this accommodation.
Used materials with their own stories
The Treehouse is built by and for Ryan, son of Cobie, the hostess of Welgelegen Accommodation. His love for kite surfing is imbued in all elements inside. Everything used in its construction has its own story, as can be said of all knickknacks in and around Welgelegen's accommodations.
- Full week rental only, Saturday to Saturday;
- Maximum of 4 persons;
- Price € 948,50 (7 nights);
- Includes bedding and towels;
- Excludes tourist tax, € 1,25 per person per night.
* Free Wi-Fi
* Free information folder
* Free use of our ecological natural swimming pool
Optional Extra Booking
- Breakfast, per person € 9,95
- Freshly baked rolls € 0,50 per piece
- Saturday night Grill & Chill € 15,00 per person, includes one drink. (meat/vegetarian) Reservation needed before noon on Saturday.
- Freshly made stone oven pizza, starts at € 7,50
- Infrared sauna € 7,50 per person
A cocoon of serenity
From the comfort of your bed you can enjoy a gorgeous view of the heavens. During spring the orchard's treetops give off a rich shade of pink, while during autumn you'll be able to just pick apples while lying in bed.
A tremendous feeling of serenity and tranquillity radiates from the apartment through the use of its materials. Even though you're one floor up, you'll feel one with the earth and inside a protective cocoon.
Old materials illustrate sustainability
A sign hangs above the door which reads 'R. de Witte', which used to hang in the cattle market where Ryan's grandfather worked as a cattle salesman.
The kitchen is styled in a 1929 Eschebach design, mixed with bamboo slats Ryan received from his internship place DeckX.
The concrete counter top was poured by Ryan himself and turns the kitchen into a modern and sturdy whole.
Creation is visible and tangible everywhere
The tables and couch are our own design, where the combination of bamboo and steel give them a sturdy appearance.
All bathroom fixtures have been mixed with recycled materials to make a nice whole.
The love for kite surfing is visible everywhere
Almost all lamps in this holiday home were made from used skate and kite boards. Old skateboard suspension trucks have been repurposed into towel hooks.
An overnight stay in this apartment will be both enjoyable and inspirational