Rosmalen, The Netherlands

Cosy colourful family home

House 6 3 1
About Our Home
We live in a very green and friendly neighbourhood. Our back garden ( with swings and climbing frame) leads onto a large field. Bicycles available for children and grown ups alike. Lots of different cycle routes in the area. All your basic groceries can be picked up in the village a 10 minute walk away. We have 2 boys (8 and 6) loads of toys for the kids to play with. 2 double beds and a bunk bed. Colourfully decorated and cosy home. Kitchen with all necessary amenities. 2 minute walk to the station and 10 minutes by train to the beautiful historical and bustling city of 's- Hertogenbosch( den Bosch) - cathedral, boat trips, historical, city tours, art galleries, great specialist shops and reknowned for its countless restaurants and bars and cosy atmoshere
Too numerous to mention den bosch is known for it's hospitality and eating out opportunities
There are clubs tell me your age group and we can make some recommendations
Lots of specialist shops in Den Bosch - everything from sweets to clothing
Jeroen Bosch Museum, Brabants Museum, Stedelijk Museum 's-Hertogenbosch
Cycle routes all over the area, great kids playground nearby
de Binnendieze boat trip under and through the city, St Jan's Cathedral

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Member since: Oct 2012
Availability:   Within the next 6 months
Prior exchanges: 0

  Our Dream Trip

destinations Anywhere,  United Kingdom,  Greece,  France
greek islands, london, paris
destinations Anytime
school holidays or a long weekend

  About Us

  1. We are a couple in our 40's Jo is English and Felipe is Dutch. We have lived in Holland now for 5 years.
  2. I work in mental health care and Felipe is a drama teacher at a secondary school
  3. we enjoy travelling, good food, games with the kids, reading and entertaining at home.

  Personal Message

We have never done an exchange before but are keen to try it out. We want to do so much exploring of the world and think that this is a great way to do it. We much prefer the intimacy of peoples homes than the anonimty of a hotel.