Dromen aan zee

Special overnight

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Rates

Rates (for 2 people, incl. breakfast)
Per night: Sunday till Thursday € 319
Per night: Friday and Saterday € 349
Package restaurant ‘t Havenmantsje dinner Wed/Thu/Sun € 519
Package restaurant ‘t Havenmantsje dinner Fri/Sat € 549
2 nights with Christmas € 719
1 night with New Year’s Eve (incl. large champagne) € 599
Extra
Big bottle of champagne upon arrival in cooler € 45
Champagne-breakfast (additional cost) € 22,50
Red Roses per piece € 2,50
Private boat trip on the Lfeboat (2 hours) € 120
Times
Arrival 16:00
Departure 12:00

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Fred en Cecile

“Enjoy this time together in a lighthouse of love! Wonderful. ”

Fred en Cecile

“We will never forget lighting up each other lives! Wonderful”

Marcel en Jennifer

“Fantastic! What a unique location with a wonderful view of Harlingen.”

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Gift certificate

Surprise your friends, family or business relationships with the most original gift that you can think of: Dromen aan Zee voucher for a unique stay in the Lighthouse, Harbourcrane or a Lifeboat in Harlingen.

After having sent the completed form, you will receive a gift coupon with invoice. The voucher is undated and the overnight stay  can be booked by the guests via our website .

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Facilities

The following facilities can be found at the three top levels of the lighthouse:

  • Room with 360° view, bed, Egg chairs and table
  • Round shaped bathroom with rainshower and toilet
  • Lighthouse with towergalery
Facilities
Mini-bar Central heating
Nespresso maker Bed linen and towels
Quooker Toiletries
Crockery and cutlery Hair dryer
Stylish lighting Binoculars
Coffee, tea and fruits Free parking
Audio and tech
Fast internet VHF radio
Smart TV Digital television
Netflix: login possible JBL speaker
Videophone Bose amplifier
Dyson ventilator

 

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Interesting facts

Harlingen Lighthouse forms part of a network of lights along the Dutch coast. Eighteen of the twenty lighthouses are still in use. For instance, there is a museum in the Hook of Holland lighthouse, while Harlingen Lighthouse is privately owned.

Technical Specifications

First built: 1920-1922, Architect: C. Jelsma
Restored: 1998-1999, Architect: B. Pietersma
Position: 53.10,09 NB; 05.25,04 OL
Highest lookout point: 24 m above average floodwater

    

House rules

  • The three accommodations are geared to comfortable accommodation for two people. It is expressly forbidden to receive visitors while on the properties, whether these be friends, relations or acquaintances.
  • Pets are not permitted for reasons of safety and hygiene.
  • Staying at Harlingen Lighthouse, Lifeboat and Harbour Crane is entirely at one’s own risk.
  • Any damage by the tenant to the Lighthouse, Lifeboat or Harbour Crane, the interior thereof or objects that are the property thereof must be paid for by the tenant.
  • The above also applies to damage caused to third parties.
  • In the event of force majeure, a reservation may be cancelled by the lessor, following which restitution will be made.
  • Cancellation by guests up to 28 days prior to the date that has been reserved will incur no charges. After this no restitution will be made.
  • Smoking is forbidden in all areas of the properties.
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History

Memories

“In February 1998, I extinguished the light. The lighthouse lost its function after 75 years because of changes to the channels and alterations to the harbour entrance. But there has been a light shining at this spot for much longer. From the middle of the 18th century, fires crackled, acetylene gas lights hissed and the lighthouse light system, now at the bottom of the stairwell, twinkled because the many lighthouses Harlingen had were always rebuilt on the same spot. For centuries, sailors’ eyes were fixed on this spot. Now the roles have been wonderfully reversed: the beacon has become a lookout point.”

Piet Beuker, Harlingen Lighthouse Keeper from 1970-1998