We have been to this apartment in Domburg now the second time and I have to say: I love it! It’s right in the heart of Domburg and it never takes you long to get anywhere. The beach is like 500 meters down the street, the supermarket around 600 meters in the opposite direction. Right around the corner is the main street with all it’s little shops and restaurants.
It is kind of spartanic, but it has everything you need. Noordstraat 6B has two bedrooms (one with double bed, the other with two single beds). It has a nice living room with a small kitchenette, that has even a dishwasher. The living room and the bedroom floors are Vinyl, which makes it really easy to keep clean if you stay a little longer. Only thing I missed this time was a proper broom to clean up all the sand I brought home from the beach.
The favorite thing of my dog in this apartment is probably the large windows in the living room. As the living room is turned to the street, you can watch people strolling down the small alley from there. It happened more than once that I heard a screech and then something like “Look, a dog!”. It is the perfect spot for Hugo to pursue his passion, observing people.
The bathroom is really nice, it has a large shower (no bathtub, though) and looks really good, all black and white.
The beds already have sheets on and they even give you towels, which is not being the rule. They also have a washing machine in the hall. They have a garage where you can park your car (you can only park on the main streets if you have a resident parking permit…) and shelter for your bikes. You can also rent one of the small beach houses, which I really can recommend. You can bring all your stuff there at the beginning of your stay so you don’t have to carry it every day, you have shelter when it suddenly starts to rain and there are deckchairs and a windshield in it!
Really dangerous for the dog owners: right below it is now a dog store (Dogsmopolitan)…first thing I did – even before clearing out the car – was buying a new toy for Hugo. Like, I mean, he has no toys. Just exactly like he never gets pet or fed…
I have to admit, that I am not sure if you still can bring a dog to this flat if you haven’t been there before. I think we’ve been lucky as we stayed there before. But I guess it’s best to ask them! They have a lot of other vacation apartments and hotel rooms in Domburg. They are really nice there and always try to help you out! It also might get pricey if you want to stay there during official holidays in Germany or Netherlands, but if you go off-season, it is quite affordable! We paid around 260€ for three people plus dog for 3 nights.