Cabin on a raft

This item appears on page 61 of the August 2014 issue.
This is subscriber only post.
Get one year of online-only access — only $15!
Below is a sample of the article.
Please login or subscribe to ITN to read the entire post.

If you would like to read an issue from the archives that is free to nonsubscribers click here.

In three private locations in the Netherlands (De Heen, Marnemoende and De Cleypoel) and one in Belgium (De Wissen), you can stay in a 42-square-foot cabin aboard an 82-square-foot raft that you have rented. Each raft is accessible only by canoe.

Aug. 29-Sept. 22, two nights’ raft rental costs €146.50 (near $200) and three nights, €199.50 ($272). Sept. 23-Oct. 30, two nights cost €139 and three, €193.50. November-April, two nights, €100, or three, €150. 

Only the De Heen and Marnenmoende locations are open in winter months, and ice may make the rafts unreachable. Camping Raft (Heense Molenweg 23, 4655 TB De Heen, the Netherlands; phone +31 0 167 502621, www.camping-raft.com/en).

Please login or subscribe to ITN to read the entire post.

In three private locations in the Netherlands (De Heen, Marnemoende and De Cleypoel) and one in Belgium (De Wissen), you can stay in a 42-square-foot cabin aboard an 82-square-foot raft that you have rented. Each raft is accessible only by canoe.

Aug. 29-Sept. 22, two nights’ raft rental costs €146.50 (near $200) and three nights, €199.50 ($272). Sept. 23-Oct. 30, two nights cost €139 and three, €193.50. November-April, two nights, €100, or three, €150. 

Only the De Heen and Marnenmoende locations are open in winter months, and ice may make the rafts unreachable. Camping Raft (Heense Molenweg 23, 4655 TB De Heen, the Netherlands; phone +31 0 167 502621, www.camping-raft.com/en).