A new, luxurious holiday park: Landal Kaatsheuvel

On the edge of the Dunes of Loon and Drunen National Park

Landal GreenParks is expanding through the construction of a new park in the Dutch province of North Brabant: Landal Kaatsheuvel. The holiday park will be situated right on the edge of the natural beauty of the Dunes of Loon and Drunen National Park, close to attractions such as the Efteling theme park and Safari Park De Beekse Bergen, and also within easy reach of convivial cities such as Breda, Tilburg and ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Landal Kaatsheuvel will become the fourth Landal GreenParks resort in the province of North Brabant.

Landal Kaatsheuvel will be situated right next to the village of Kaatsheuvel and at a distance of approximately two kilometres from the gates to the Efteling theme park. Tilburg-based Van de Ven Bouw en Ontwikkeling B.V. will be developing and constructing the holiday park, which will comprise 104 holiday homes, along with central facilities. Both Comfort and Luxury homes sleeping 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 are being built, along with special children’s bungalows. Future guests will have the use of an indoor pool, reception, ParkShop and facilities for play.

The homes will be owned by private investors. Landal GreenParks will take care of rentals and the management of the holiday park.

“Landal Kaatsheuvel will be a great addition to our resorts in this unique region that has plenty to offer guests. With beautiful nature on the doorstep, fantastic attractions a stone’s throw away, and attractive cities within easy reach, Landal Kaatsheuvel will be an excellent choice for three-generation families,” comments Thomas Heerkens, Managing Director of Landal GreenParks.

The holiday homes will go on sale in mid-September through Van de Ven Bouw en Ontwikkeling (a VolkerWessels company). The plan is for the first guests to be welcomed to the park at the end of 2019. The park will be awarded a Green Key Gold certificate as soon as it opens. This will be in recognition of the resort’s excellence in terms of sustainability, as evidenced by the separation of waste and the use of solar panels and LED lighting.