Lodges Jannum

Jannum is one of the smallest villages of the municipality of Noard East Fryslân. This small village is located between the city's Leeuwarden and Dokkum in the north of Friesland. The village is famous for its Roman church which stems from 1150. The surrounding of Jannum is very quiet and rural. The north of Friesland is known for its small villages and the Wadden Sea.

On the mound in Jannum, there are two 17th century monumental houses, including four lodges (two seperate lodges per house):
it Búthûs, de Skuorre, de Golle en de Telle.

Each lodge has a ground floor and a first floor and is suitable for two adults and two children (an extra young child can fit as well).

The lodges are simply, but tastefully, furnished and especially attractive for those appreciating old architectural styles.

The lodges are equipped with modern facilities, including: radio, television, free wifi, fridge, microwave, coffee machine, and a electric two-cook burner for cooking. Seats for the terrace are available as well.

From either inside or outside the lodges, eveyone can enjoy the typical Frisian landscape which is beautiful, peaceful and far reaching.

For an impession of Jannum and the surrounding, please click on the images belows:

Mound village Jannum

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