In 2016, we fell in love with the Stolp farmhouse in the beautiful Tuitjenhorn (North Holland). This characteristic farmhouse was built in 1888. The unmistakable wonderful scent of antique wood and all original elements have been preserved. For example, the trusses of the old load-bearing square are visible from the ground floor until the top of the ridge. The farm has a traditional thatched roof. There are even original box beds in the front house.
It felt like walking into a museum. Beautiful woodwork with traces of woodworm that have written their story in the wood, like braille. Wooden floors and age-old tiles in the kitchen dinner. And yet with all possible comfort.
In the meantime the woodworm has been expelled, the farm has been completely renovated and fitted with all modern conveniences. In addition to a cosy wood-burning stove the entire farm has underfloor heating, luxurious bathrooms, toilets and a beautiful kitchen dinner.
Inspired by this unique architectural style with the characteristic ‘square’, two Stolpjes have recently been added to the spacious plot around the farm: Stolpje Thuysje (2 persons) and Stolpje 't Veldzicht (2-4 persons).
Both Stolpjes offer more than 50m2 of living area. Nostalgically furnished and fitted with all modern conveniences. You will immediately feel at home!
Stolpje 't Veldzicht offers a magnificent view of the old orchard and is suitable for 2 to a maximum of 4 persons. The Stolpje has an own kitchen, bathroom, toilet and a comfortable double bed on the first floor.READ MORE