Building 1. Fits like a glove
For many groups the size of Building 1. is perfect. The modern design and facilities also make the building attractive for corporate training. The Internal link to Voorhuis 1. gives it many additional uses.
The main room invokes a deeper awareness. A clear intersection of ley lines runs through the space. Finally, a sense of release! The crystal clear acoustic of this room is always preferred by trainers who work with sound.
The garden room is furnished as both dining and relaxation area. There is an old Jøtul wood-burning stove that, once you get going, can be stoked as an open fire.
Underfloor heating runs throughout the downstairs area. In the main hall there is a powerful sound system and everything you can imagine is at hand. You can re-arrange the room until the cows come home. The kitchen is practical and modern and because of its location, kitchen sounds are unable to penetrate the workspace.
As a teacher, you will feel utterly spoilt by the beautiful living-room, a bedroom with a desk, sofa and a terrace. You have a private bathroom with a large bathtub. The room has extra insulation and is suitable for private and confidential conversations.
The other bedrooms are situated upstairs on the first floor. In the hallway, directly next to each bedroom, is a shower and toilet.
Numbers, dimensions and surfaces
|Building 1. has 12 rooms with 23 beds for 23 people|
|There is a large room of 80m2 (7 × 11.5 m)|
|A dining room of 50m2 (6 × 8.5 m)|
|A large kitchen of 20m2|
|The teacher has a private sitting / bedroom and bathroom of 20m2 in total|
|It sleeps 21 students in 1 single room and 10 double rooms|
|There are 8 toilets and 4 showers|
|There is also a communal shower room for 4 people|
|The private gardens and terraces are 300m2|
The minimum rent of Building 1. corresponds to the price for 18 people. For a complete overview please go to Prices. Prices for hiring the main room separately, are on request only.
Via a bridge over a small stream you arrive at the covered entrance. The orientation of the rooms is east-west. The light creates an ever-changing atmosphere and from 11am the sun shines down on the terrace, If it becomes too hot, an awning can be rolled out from the wall, providing both shade and relief. At the forest edge is an idyllic place complete with a fire bowl. On The plan of Building 1. (PDF) contains useful information on how to organise your group members per room.