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House rules

Park regulations

For a comprehensive overview of the park rules, please read our regulations. You can request a copy at reception. The regulations can also be viewed at www.roompot.nl

Smoke-free accommodation

Like the public areas in our park, all holiday accommodation is non-smoking. This ensures everything is fresh for the next guests.

A good night’s sleep: good for everyone

Holidays are a unique occasion and should be celebrated - just as long as no one’s sleep is interrupted. We therefore ask guests to be as quiet as possible in the park between the hours of 22:00 and 07:00.

A safe idea

The park has nightly security rounds. However, you can help us by not leaving your car unlocked and by ensuring that valuables are not left lying around. Always lock the doors and close all windows.

Visitors are welcome

Are friends and family coming to visit? They are more than welcome. Please tell us in advance if they are planning to stay the night and inform reception. Visitors can park in the central car park.

If you want to bring your pet

People with certain allergies must be guaranteed a pet-free environment. Pets of previous residents can trigger allergic reactions, regardless of thorough cleaning. However, pets are most welcome in designated accommodation. If your dog, cat or other pet is coming along, please inform us when booking and always tell reception about the special guest on arrival.

As many people enjoy walking in the park and children like playing, we ask that you keep your dog on a leash at all times and only let your four-legged friend off when outside the park.

Be a ‘gentleman’ in traffic

It might be an obvious thing to say, but we cannot say it often enough: please always look out for children and pedestrians. They have priority inside the park. And when in the park, mopeds and scooters must be walked to the holiday accommodation. Of course, ‘be a gentleman in traffic’ also applies to women.