B&B l’amour pûr
Frederic and Marjolijn are settled in Schoorl, just 45 minutes driving from Amsterdam, in a lovely historic villa called l’amour pûr.
The Beautiful historic villa with a magnificent sculpture garden and cozy, intimate detached bungalow is less than 15 minutes by bike from the beach, tulip fields, famous Dutch forest/duns area.
The Schoorl dunes harboring internationally unique nature, which has an important natural and cultural history and value. The area is protected as a European Natura 2000 area.
On the 27th of July 2016 the Dutch government decided the original nature in the Schoorl dunes needs to be restored to the original historic conditions as much as possible. By reducing nitrogen deposition, traffic, agriculture and industry. The restoration/protection plan is set in to protect unusual plants, dynamics of wind, sand, water and the core quality of the dunes.
The picturesque, Bergense School, artist village of Bergen (nh) with many galleries and gastronomic restaurants, the Schoorlse climbing dune, booming Alkmaar cheese market, the renown Hondsbossche Zeewering, tulip fields, far stretched out of beaches. A magnificent diverse environment where boredom never strikes.
Guests could easily make day trips to Amsterdam and Alkmaar if you are in need of some urban charm. As well for the Dutch islands Texel, Terschelling, Vlieland, famous Windmill area Zaanse Schans and fisherman’s villages in Waterland.
Marjolijn and Frederic expect to be ready in 2018 for the holiday rentals in Schoorl, through the site www.frederic.nl you can book accommodation and bikes.
In a later stage Marjolijn and Frederic will also offer lunch and dinners sculpture garden. ( Burgundian Table d’hôte, stone pizza oven , Argentina grill with spit are under construction as we speak )
We hope to welcome you, your family in the near future and introduce this beautiful part of the Netherlands
The friendly village of Schoorl lies beside the highest and widest dunes in the country. This coastal village probably has the most beautiful dune area in North Holland, but has always remained humble. You go to the beach by bike. At the bottom of the 50+ metre-high climbing dune – where children gleefully roll to the bottom – is the same café that has been here for over a century. And the trees? They have grown just as old.