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Center Parcs de Eemhof
Woking, Surrey
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“Absolutely fantastic for Key Stage 1 children”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 11 August 2009

We were looking for a great family holiday on a tight budget - and Center Parcs De Eemhof delivered. We sailed from Harwich to The Hook of Holland on Stena Line: if you collect all of your Tescos Clubcard vouchers over the year, they are worth four times their value with Stena Line. We had £40 worth of vouchers, so only had to pay a balance of £30 or so for a return crossing for our Volvo Estate with five passengers and a roof box. The crossing took 6 hours, although this wasn't a problem - we drove straight on and off and there was lots to do on board, with a children's play area, cinema, cafe, restaurant, shop, outside decks and children's show. De Eemhof is a straightforward hour and a half drive from the port.

We chose a standard chalet, so we weren't expecting luxury, although it was clean enough with a beautiful stretch of grass leading down to a pond (we had to keep a close eye on the children, especially our eighteen month old, who was fascinated by the ducks). There were a couple of downsides - it smelt of stale smoke and needed an airing (there was no option of a non-smoking chalet when we booked) and there was no cooker - only a gas hob and microwave. Next time we go, we'll take our own barbeque.

The onsite facilities, especially for children, were excellent. The swimming complex was fantastic, with areas to suit all swimming abilities and keep all ages entertained, from babies to teenagers. The children's entertainment was great, with a disco and bedtime story most evenings, which the staff were happy to translate into English. The daytime children's activities were great for younger children. They run a 'Wannabe' programme, where the children can pretend to be a painter or a farmer, for example, for an hour or so. This programme is run from the Action Factory - a huge clubhouse with bowling, pool tables and a soft play area - so we could relax and enjoy a cup of coffee whilst keeping an eye on the children (not that they needed it). Most children's activities are free, unless you are paying for materials (the Wannabe a Painter session was five euros each, but for that they got to bring home their own painting on a proper canvas).

Other leisure activities on site are reasonably priced. A zip wire descent costs five euros (great fun!), a pedal boat six euros for half an hour, a pony trek three euros for fifteen minutes, a five seater/four wheeled bike twelve euros for an hour. The pool complex is free, as is access to a delightful beach on the banks of the Eemerdijk, with safe (albeit cold) swimming. The park is relatively small, so you can easily access all areas on foot, even with small children.

Eating out on site is rather expensive - even with the summer holiday offer of free children's meals. An evening meal, on average, cost twenty euros per adult without drinks. A family with two paying adults could easily spend between sixty and a hundred euros on food and drink per day, if they never ate at the chalet. The onsite supermarket is well stocked, but again fairly expensive. We will take all of our own non-perishables next time and try to find a local off-site supermarket to stock up on fresh food. The onsite bakery, however, is amazing and sells delicious bread, cakes, waffles and pastries - often warm out of the oven - dangerous for the waistline!

Overall, I would say that you would be hard-pushed to find a better family holiday if you have KS1 children. Yes, the park is a bit tatty in places, but the staff are friendly and extremely helpful (all speak English), the weather is usually better than in the UK (we had temperatures in the late 20s with bright sunshine and a cool breeze, whilst England had temperatures in the early 20s and drizzle), and the facilities are great. Our children both cried when we had to come home and are already begging to go back next year.

  • Stayed August 2009, travelled with family
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 7 May 2009

we are actually living here for the last 8 weeks and villa 969 is great, we lived in it for a while and it is spotlessly clean now ha ha and is privately located away from the footpaths great for sleeping in your bed undisturbed late at night.

The rear patio faces due south and is a real suntrap there is a small enclosed lake, and small grassy area with no through foot traffic or other campers its just 2x 6 person villas and 1x 2 person vip villa and the edge of the lake with a pedestrian bridge leading up towards the market dome and other activities at the action factory.

In the lake is a huge fish a whopper it is true I saw many people catch it over the course of our stay and put it back un harmed......I think only a good angler could tempt this baby though..........

Right now even though the parc needs a good haircut and face lift it is stuningly beautiful, you just have to accept the busloads of disadvantaged chavs that turn up here from other parts of holland on days out taking over the aquadome......sorry I hate that these kids have no respect and are a danger to themselves and others and the staff they have supervising them are poolside talking.....it's like beauty and the beast here seriously there is an urban dweller meets nature short circuit it's a nice place very nice and could be even better but with so many day trippers and mad weekenders I wouldn't be tempted to spend on maintenace here unless I had too either.

I am suprised they dont spend a little more here because things are quite expensive, if you are going to shop here or eat here you better have deep pockets
the bakery is an affront to my good nature as an1/8th slice of 10 inch apple cake is priced at 2.19 but it is rounded up to the nearest because they dont do 1's and 2's coins
charging top money and then rounding up is a mistake also look at what is being put into your box it's one thing paying 7.95 for an apricot tart but you do want the nice looking one on display in the cabinet dont you, you dont want to get all the way back to your villa and open the box and its not the best looking apricot tart thats been in that cabinet too long ours it went mouldy overnight.

generally spending here for newspapers ok everything else is cheaper and better in the supermarkets off site try albert hein in zewolde probably the nearest.
be sure to check you fridge is turned on and works, bring your own tin opener because the tin openers here beggar belief just have a good look at all that yuckie stuff around the cutting wheel
we sanitise the light switches and door handles and remote control.

i have been drinking a certain type of coffee with a unique machine for a few years and bring it everywhere, in a counrty famed for its coffee the stuff served here i dont like compared with what i am used to.

Generally the parc and it's location are superb it's very out of the way but if you are fit and want to test yourself you can cycle to Almere Centrum in just over an hour, all flat, very scenic mostly along a river estuary along and atop a dyke and then nice but sometimes busy suburban cycle tracks through nice estates into almere centrum where there are trains at 03 and 33 past every hour into Amsterdam Centraal 9.90 euro cheap day return one stop23 minute journey same times coming back same platform dead easy day trip must do simply must do late at night no problems either security at all stations.

Flevoland is a pioneer of alternative energy including windfarms and waste management, in fact there is a coach load of employees from a local power station living here long term and every morning at 5am you can see and hear them going to breakfast in hamiltons cafe before getting on the coach in the car park.........true fact.

Any way, visually its a real treat here now, the fields are full of tulips and the trees are filling out , ducks are on the water with their young and swans are nesting just around the corner, out on the river the pleasure boat traffic is increasing and the sunsets are stunning, the rollerblading and cycling around here are second to none, if you are prepared to cycle 20k is easy, we went out for a day and didnt realise we had gone nearly 35k round trip.

we are always looking up looking at huge herons just over our heads and have seen many many diferent species of birds on the park now we are in villa 255 and there is a peahen outside that roosts on the villa roof during the evening, robins,wrens,jays, thrush,magpies,blackbirds, sparrows, hawks, much wildlife abounds

i really do like this place and feel if the management were prepared to deny large groups of yobs most weekends and any number of day trippers with bad attitudes then it has a bright future, some posters have comented that the parc need a tidy up and looked like an army camp but a few weeks ago all the villas had their windows cleaned and the parc does look tidier but may of the trees need to be crowned, lifted and thinned.....

maintenace will always be an issue but on the 2 ocassions I had to call housekeeping within 5 mins 'can do' technicians turned up and attended to the faulty window catch and heating system and on another occasion i asked for a new chopping board and other missing utensils arrived in 5 mins.

the maintenance manger is always out and about on his cycle and Im sure if he were allowed to spend a little more of his 'sinking fund' he would.

ok now on to the real heros of this parc the maids or the cleaning ladies if you see one say hi and give a wave and when you leave this place take your mess with you, leave nothing but footprints, change over days here are hectic mostly due to weekenders and im sure the parc would do better with fewer weekenders and day trippers and feel there is scope to increase prices in these groups to discourage them from attending and thus thereby ruining the parc in the long term.



there is a small but very tidy childrens zoo here and adjacent too that is a golf driving nets arrangement and nearby the 9 hole short golf course which leads out onto to dyke which has stunning views and boating marina with seasonal activities at a price.

action factory is large steel building with 8 pool tables, bowling lanes, laser squash wall, disco, stage , dancefloor with raised area for seating, bar, restaurent and reception desk and slot machine video game arcade anyone with an xbox or ps3 will not be imporessed many of the games are years out of date............but its an arcade and you will burn through a 20 note in no time with 2 kids.

food....... I didn't want to but I paid 13.80 for a large chicken satay and chips meal with sprite, milkshake and ice cream and a 40 cent extra charge for plastic ketchup portion
sorry but i didnt rate it even as fast food it wasnt that fast and the woman who served me needed retraining as she clearly didnt like her duties.

the villas are neat and tidy ish but showing signs of age after most of these had a makeover 10-12 years ago, there is a disclaimer on reception not to use the senseo coffee maker if you have one due to a safety recall, the showers are not thermostatic and lack decent flow and pressure it feels like im being teased with this shower, nothing like what i have become used to over the years and asking people to step in a nd out of a wet bath to have a shower is just asking for trouble.

our heating wasnt working properly when we checked in but it was quickly rectified
the tv is an old cathode ray thompson id say 10 years old .

the toilet cubicle is very small if you are over 6ft tall you have to open the toliet door to sit and stand.

pillows are awfull old and wonder whats inside them bring your own.

mosquito splat marks here and there on the white walls and ceilngs is not an aluring look.

i think all in all this park has a few issues that need to be resolved but if you came for a week and stayed in villa 969, the sun shined and you had good neighbors you would have a nice break.

  • Stayed May 2009, travelled with family
    • 1 of 5 bubbles
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    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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    • 1 of 5 bubbles
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    • 1 of 5 bubbles
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    • 1 of 5 bubbles
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London, United Kingdom
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 19 October 2008

We booked by ringing the Dutch telephone number on the website and got an attractive 'early booker' 5-day deal in a VIP villa.

Check-in took 30 seconds as we had checked in online and we were just handed a bag with our villa keys and vouchers. Brilliant!

Our villa was over one of the lakes - great if your 9-year-old likes fishing, but a bit claustrophobic. Unlike the French Center Parcs, the villa breakfast delivery was of two types of plain rolls - my kids were disappointed at the lack of variety.

The villa had obviously been uprated internally - it was clean, attractive and comfy with great beds. The movie channel showed a great variety of English-language films with Dutch/German subtitles. But externally it was off-putting, dingy and in dire need of a good gardener and a paint job. Walking round the extensive site it was obvious that the whole place is in a similar condition, and reminds me of a 1970s Army barracks or housing estate.

We hired bikes (fun, as always) and had a hire car with us that we had picked up at Schipol airport. We found an 'Albert Hein' supermarket before we arrived at the village and picked up groceries much cheaper than on-site - but beware, Dutch supermarkets don't seem to accept overseas credit cards!

We found the staff helpful and the atmosphere busy but friendly - about half the visitors were Dutch and the other half German (we are Scottish and our school autumn holidays tie in with Continental but not English ones) so the lack of English visitors was unsurprising.

The Aqua Mundo pool complex was busy but on the whole well-run. There were plenty of staff and it was pretty clean and in reasonable repair. There is an enormous variety of water rides and we got lost a couple of times looking for different slides! The signposting in general round the parc is erratic and a bit misleading.

Overall, the facilities were good but not outstanding and not on a par with what appears to be on offer in UK Center Parcs. But it was comparatively cheap, fun, friendly, efficient and very, very kid-friendly. We would happily go back.

  • Liked — Warm, comfortable chalet and good beds
  • Disliked — Dingy from the outside
  • Stayed October 2008, travelled with family
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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Surrey - UK
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 47 helpful votes
3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 31 August 2008

Had a week here after a week in Alkmaar (Great town, well worth a look) on a sensational houseboat.
Pros :
- Near to the UK, or 4-5 hours drive from Calais. Probably 2-3 from Rotterdam.
- Check in took 10 mins, NOT 2 hours as with UK CP's.
- Lots for children (ours are 10 & 12) to do, both free and extra stuff you can pay for. We felt obliged to book a few activities before we left the UK, as having been to CP/UK we imagined everything would be booked up. However, much cheaper to book when there and lots of free places.
- The Zipwire was over a lake and excellent. 50 feet high, 400 feet long and abseil into a speedboat to get you back to shore. My daughter of 10 loved it. Also well worth a go was the Flowrider, an artificial bodyboarding type thing. Have a look at the website! Children also did Rapids, but you can go down them all day every day anyway, they just give you a float and crash helmet to heighten the experience!
- Bikes a must, whether you take or hire. We rented, as cant stand the things on my car roof. Clearly its flat, so our first ride out was 20 miles and no complaints.
- Dolfin World around 20 mins up the road is a great day out. Approx £70 for a family of 4, but easy to make a long day of it, especially if the sun shines, as has its own beach etc. Also a huge rollercoaster place known as Walabi World not too far away, but we didnt do it.
- Amsterdam always worth a day trip. It is possible to avoid the Red Light district etc, but most shops will have a chocolate [--] or an inflatable sheep or 2 in the window, so work on your explanations to the kids before you go..
- ALL the CP staff we had dealings with from the lady on the till to the people who facilitated the activities were excellent.
Cons :
- Euro exchange rate, but book early and get 30% off..
- Not a great deal to do if you are over 16.
- Accomoation clean, but damp feeling to it.
- Trees & shrubs have been allowed to grow for 30 years, so looking overgrown as opposed to natural. I wanted to have a chainsaw frenzy.
- NO open space whatsoever to kick a ball around. Felt a little claustrophobic.
- On site food is largely 'AND CHIPS' and pretty expensive. On site shop also pricey. Nearest Supermarket 10 miles away in Nijkerk.
- 10 miles to the nearest anything, so no 'popping out' for supplies!
- My wife was kept awake most nights, as the locals returned from the 'entertainment', most of which is in Dutch or German.
- The whole place is centered around a huge water complex and yes, the Germans place towels everywhere.
- The public can come in on weekends and we found that the pool etc was full of Dutch teenagers either snogging for hours or being a pain flouting laws on 'jumping in the pool',' one at a time on the slide' etc. It actually became unsafe for smaller children, but they seem to have a French approach to 'health and safety'.
- Far more on-site traffic than hoped for/expected. Dont think the Dutch are quite as strict about this as their UK counterparts.

Summary - Great for kids. Possibly frustrating for adults. DONT do more than a week, or you will go mad. Take some decent Cheddar, as Dutch Cheese dull. And take your own bedding. The best move we made..

  • Liked — Activities
  • Disliked — Claustrophobic
  • Stayed August 2008, travelled with family
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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2 Thank surreytim
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hants
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19 reviews
18 hotel reviews
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 November 2007

We visited de Eemhof during the October half term and were surprised to find few English families there. We have stayed at other Dutch Center Parcs on several occasions, but this was our first visit to De Eemhof.
We had a VIP villa which was very clean and well equipped, including a sauna, dishwasher, dvd player and breakfast delivery.
As with all the parcs we have stayed at, we found it to be peaceful at night. We were slightly disappointed with the village centre which was not under the usual glass dome and it was just a bit too cold to sit outside bars and cafes - probably fine in the summer though.
We hired bikes for the week and explored the countryside.
We found the on site shop to be well stocked and not over priced and we also visited the supermarket in Nijkerk.
It was easy to visit Amsterdam for the day. Free parking at Almere and then a 10 euro return train ticket into the city.
We did not use the swimming pool, but the two 25 year old "children" we took with us enjoyed the flumes etc.
Once again we found the beds to be very comfortable and we came home feeling rested.

  • Liked — The villa amenities and the peace and quiet
  • Stayed October 2007, travelled with family
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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10 Thank hants
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durham
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133 reviews
85 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 233 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 31 October 2007

we are regular visitors to the UK center parcs but for the recent October half term could not justify the £1500 price tag for a weeks stay.The cost for a week in De Eemhof was half that-even with the cost of the ferry crossing we saved several hundred pounds.
We stayed in a basic 4 person villa which was spotlessly clean-on changeover days the cleaning team are almost militarily organised .There were a lot more dogs around than in the UK villages but no suspicious smells in the villas and scrupulous use of the dog toilets-absolutely no fouling elsewhere and no litter either.
There are no ovens or grills in the villas-gas hob and microwave only.Otherwise the forest environment and villas are traditional center parcs-very peaceful and beautiful surroundings.The swimming pool area and layout of the village square were also familiar.
Differences were mainly in the lack of the extra [payable] activities associated with the UK villages ie health and beauty treatments,extensive spa area and no fitness classes such as aerobics etc-obviously not a priority for the Dutch market .
Although a very peaceful weeks break I did feel that the village centre in particular lacked that "buzz" you usually associate with that area where you can while away time just people watching.Also the restaurants were surprisingly lacking in variety and very expensive.To self cater was also limited as the Dutch palate seems to thrive on pickles,mayonaise and heavily seasoned sausages and these seemed to take up a lot of space on the supermarket shelves!
It does seem a bit strange to leave your car in the car park all week when you've paid to bring it over on the ferry and had to pay extra for foreign travel insurance and breakdown cover.Even if you don't mind driving on the other side of the road when you take the wrong turn out of the ferry port as we did and spend miles on country roads trying to find your way back to the motorway you do wonder whether you could get there by other means.!
Well the answer is ,not easily.There are no packages available either through DFDS seaways or Center parcs which include coach travel-they expect you to have a car[probably trying to keep up the idea of Center Parcs as a holiday camp for the middle class]
We sailed from Newcastle to Ijmuiden[Amsterdam] with DFDS seaways-an overnight 15 hour sea crossing.[recommend upgrading to a commodore cabin-extra cost justified by extra space,breakfast included and priority boarding perks]As a foot passenger you could save £60 each way by not taking a car and you have a 50lb luggage allowance.There is a coach transfer service between the ferry and Amsterdam central station for about 5 euros per person.From here you can get a 30 min train to Almere whch is about 8 miles from De Eemhof.Taxis are available -best to check with the info desk on this one to make sure they know you will be arriving in this way as the check in is aimed at the drive up procedure.
Similarly if you took a flight to Schipol airport ,about 30 miles away you could find your way by taxi/train
if you know of a simpler way let me know!
All in all an enjoyable quiet break

  • Liked — claen and comfortable
  • Disliked — lack of oven and grill
  • Stayed October 2007, travelled with family
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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3 Thank canadabound
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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59 reviews
32 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 100 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 5 September 2007

We went a few years ago, pre fire, and loved the site.

The villas are of the traditional CP style, blocks, and seemed smaller than the UK version. However they may have been updated.
The parc is beautiful, had at least 5 play parks set around the 400 villas, not just one playpark as in UK CP sites.
We found the parc empty of guests, they seemed to go out for the day. So the swim dome was very quiet.
When we went they had an uphill flume (similar to flume at Blackpool waterpark). Also great kids water area.

I loved this CP, and would go again if they sold a package deal in UK incl coach transport - I hate driving on wrong side of road!!

Some villas on stilts over the waterways - choose carefully, see plan.
I am told it is cheaper to book on the Europe site,
[--]
rather than the UK site.
But you will have insist, as site tries to get you to book through UK call centre.

Would love to read more reports on this CP

  • Liked — Forest and over water
  • Disliked — appeared and felt smaller, and older (which it is), than UK versions
  • Stayed March 2003
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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1 Thank CP2004
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Property: Center Parcs de Eemhof
Address: Slingerweg 1, 3896 LD Zeewolde, The Netherlands
Region: The Netherlands > Flevoland Province > Zeewolde
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