Hotels in Ameland, the Netherlands

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Bij Hen Op Ameland
7.9 Good
Westerlaan 9, Ameland, Friesland, Netherlands
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4.9 mi from city centre, Ameland, Netherlands 

Set within the picturesque countryside of Hollum, Bij Hen op Ameland offers luxury accommodation and a wide range of facilities, such as luggage storage, a concierge and a bowling alley. It is ideally positioned for those wanting to sightsee in the area.

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Hotel Restaurant Dolores
8.3 Excellent
1 Yme Dunenweg, Ameland, Friesland, Netherlands
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4.9 mi from city centre, Ameland, Netherlands 

Situated in Hollum, Hotel Dolores is within easy driving distance of Nes and offers complimentary wireless internet, a bowling alley and a sauna. It is conveniently positioned for guests wishing to sightsee in the area.

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Hotel prices in Ameland

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Where to stay in Ameland

About Ameland

Forming part of the West Frisian Islands, Ameland lies off the north coast of the Netherlands between the Wadden and North seas. It’s home to four charming villages, historic mills and a striking lighthouse, as well as fine museums that detail the cultural history of the island.

Things to do in Ameland

The main entry point for visitors is the tourist village of Nes, which is clustered with unique stores, restaurants and a micro-distillery. It’s home to a late-19th-century smock mill, De Phenix, which is the only remaining ground-operated corn mill in Friesland and a designated Rijksmonument. If you’re travelling with kids, don’t miss a visit to JT-Miniworld, a miniature wonderland that features a working coal mine, moving trains and a spinning Ferris wheel.

Delve into Ameland’s past at the Cultuurhistorisch Museum Sorgdrager, which details the cultural history and customs of the island. Wander through the mid-18th-century commander’s house and the recreated print room while learning about Ameland’s long-established relationship with the merchant navy and whaling industry.

Also in Hollum is the Maritiem Centrum Abraham Fock, a museum that’s dedicated to the Royal Netherlands Rescue Society’s activities on Ameland. Coincide your visit with one of their horse-pulled rescue boat launches before admiring Hollum’s 59-metre-high, red-and-white-striped lighthouse that dates back to 1880. A short drive inland is the Ameland Airport where you can embark on a scenic flight for a bird’s eye view of the island’s villages.

Getting around Ameland

Ameland is accessed by regular ferries from Holwerd to Nes, from where buses travel to destinations across the island. Bicycles can also be rented for getting around or car hire services are available. Groningen Airport Eelde is around an hour’s drive from Holwerd.

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  • What are the best hotels in Ameland?

    Fletcher Resort-Hotel Amelander Kaap, rated with a score of 7.0 from 910 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Ameland. Other top stays include Nobel Hotel, with an average rating of 8.8 from 427 reviewers, and Bij Hen Op Ameland, with a score of 7.9 from 659 reviewers.