This 200-year-old bunker was transformed into a modern bed and breakfast that blends military sensibility with eclectic comforts while honoring the rich history of the Netherlands. Dutch architectural firm B-ILD repurposed the Fort Buren bunker into a one-room “Holiday House.”” – My Modern Met
House of the gatekeeper at Kasteel Geldrop in Geldrop, Netherlands. This little building is said to be from the 17th century. The Geldrop Castle itself sits along the Kleine Dommel and is currently used for weddings and other events.
Photo by Sylvia Okkerse. I could not find any interior photos or floor plans.
On the bank of the Geul River in South Limburg, the Netherlands a prefab home manufactured in Amsterdam was built with environmentally sustaining practices. The structure hovers over the ground upon stilts of trees harvested close by.” – Allison at GBlog
See more of this Geul River Environmentally Conscious Prefab Home
OK… not really… well maybe… actually I bet this is tidal wave proof. It’s a tiny hotel accommodation currently in the Netherlands made from an oil rig escape pod. So on your next trip abroad be on the lookout for odd places to stay… you never know what kind of tiny little place you might find and how it might make your trip a little more interesting.
Tidal Wave Proof Tiny House