FAQ the Pine Cabin
Where can I find the Pine Cabin?
The Pine Cabin is located in the Vechtdal in Overijssel. Just east of Zwolle, on a private meadow near the Lemelerberg, one of the highest points in Salland.
How can I get there?
After booking we will send directions to get to the cabin. You can park on the parking close to the cabin. If you come by public transport, you can take the train to Ommen and continue your journey by taxi.
How can I book my stay?
You can book your stay here.
Can I take an option?
You can take an option on a booking for a maximum of two days, which you can request by telephone or e-mail.
What is the cancellation policy?
a. When you cancel the booking more than 10 weeks before your stay, 30% of the total amount has to be paid.
b. When you cancel the booking within 10 weken before your stay, the total amount has to be paid.
c. If you have to leave before the end of your stay the total amount has to be paid.
What are the arrival and departure times?
Week: arrival on Monday or Friday from 4 pm, departure on Monday or Friday before 10 am.
Weekend 3 nights: arrival on Friday from 4 pm, departure on Monday before 10 am.
Midweek: arrival on Monday from 4 pm, departure on Friday before 10 am.
Where can I pick up the keys?
The key of the Pine cabin can be picked up at the By Mölle studio in Dalfsen between 15:30 and 17:30 p.m. If you arrive later please contact us so we can arrange something for you.
The address is:
Studio By Molle
7722 RM Dalfsen
Where do I sleep?
The Pine cabin is furnished with natural materials. In the evening you dream away in a spacious ecological double bed and you sleep under By Mölle bed linen. The By Mölle pillow and duvets are ecologically made from soft organic cotton and recycled down.
What is included in the price?
- By Mölle bed linen
- Tourist tax
- Firewood for the stove
- Ecological household products
- Electricity via solar panels, gas and water
How is the cleaning arranged?
Please leave the Pine cabin tidy and broom clean. The costs for cleaning are stated separately on the invoice.
Where can I park?
You can park at Pine cabin on the parking close to the cabin. To pack and unpack you can drive your car to the cabin via a natural camping site and its own access path through the meadow. We will give you the coordinates and instructions on how to reach this spot upon confirmation.
Are dogs welcome?
You cannot bring a dog in the Pine cabin. Your pet is welcome in 't Witte Huis at Buitenplaats de Horte.
With how many people can I stay in Pine cabin?
The Pine cabin is an accommodation for two people. Chilren up to 2 years old stay for free. Please bring your own baby cot with bedding.
The By Mölle collection
For the interior of the Pine Cabin we used items from the By Molle collection. You can find everything in our store, and in our webshop. Beautiful, timeless designs crafted with sustainable, natural materials.
Nature & environment
With the variety of moors, sand plains, forests and springs the Lemelerberg is unique. It is with about 1000 hectares the largest nature area of Landschap Overijssel and designated by Europe as Natura 2000. More than 150,000 years ago an ice sheet of 100 to 400 meters thick covered the northern half of our country. In addition, rocks of thousands of kilos were transported from Scandinavia and gradually smoothed or pulverized on the way. The glacier pushed everything inch by inch. This created a hill with a height of 78 meters: the Lemelerberg. From different points you can enjoy beautiful views. Part of the year the heath is grazed by a herd of about 200 sheep. It is a beautiful cycling and walking area. With luck you can see deer, sand lizard, polecat, pine marten, ermine, honey buzzard, hawk, woodlark, tree pipit, nightjar, buzzard and the raven. In winter, the cormorant hibernates here. Poppy, margriet and cornflower bloom in the grasslands.
Slow living guide Vechtdal Overijssel
Discover in the Slow living guide Vechtdal Overijssel the variety of beautiful nature reserves, nice towns and delicious gastronomy. You can compile your own route. Walking or cycling is definitely the best way to get around. Along the way you stop at the nicest addresses where you want.
Are there walking trails?
There are several beautiful trails on the Lemelerberg:
-The Blue route (8 km)
-The drift sand route (southern slope 3.5 km)
-The Green route (2 km)
For other questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 0031 529466965. See you!
Terms & conditions
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