Het Eibernest

Small-scale bungalow park on the northernmost tip of Texel

“The best holiday spot on Texel”
For the 3 times at Het Eibernest I had another great holiday. The owner with his wife are super welcoming. Also the houses are super clean also the interior and the beds are super. Highly recommended.

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‘t Eibernest Texel

A small-scale holiday park in the northernmost village on Texel, De Cocksdorp. This sheltered park has seven bungalows. Many satisfied guests preceded you… We are proud of our 8.4 at Zoover!

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Here you will experience the island feeling at its best: close to the dunes, the beach, the Lighthouse and the mudflats.

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Charging station for guests ‘t Eibernest

Thanks to our solar panels, we have a charging station for the electric car. The charging station only works with our own key, call the administrator for this.We ask you to charge during the day, then the solar panels do their job so that we can offer you this...
De Roggesloot Texel

The Roggesloot

The Roggesloot is named after the fish that swam around freely. 'Sloot' sounds a bit too poldery for the rugged creek, which separated Eierland from Vlieland. Fishermen 'finge' er roggen. They cooked the livers and made cod liver oil. When greater Texel 'came into...
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Eibernest

Everything ready just before the frost! New parking spaces and site redevelopment completed

As in almost all other countries in Europe and beyond, Texel is currently more closed than open.
There is no better time to really rigorously tackle the entire site – without inconvenience to our guests -.

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The Coronavirus COVID-19 on Texel

Dear guests of 't Eibernest, The measures regarding the Corona virus (COVID-19) may have consequences for your stay with us on Texel. We hereby inform you about the measures we are taking for this and which measures have been taken on Texel. Our small-scale bungalow...

Welcome!

We are Norbert, Esther and Lucas Dekker. Esther’s parents have owned Het Eibernest since 2001. We took over in 2016. What a lovely place: on the edge of the village, near the Lighthouse and the beach. We have been coming to Texel for years and know better than anyone how you like to spend your holidays here.

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Cozy bungalows, quietly located on Texel

All our bungalows are located on the small-scale holiday park ‘t Eibernest on the outskirts of De Cocksdorp. On the park you have a view of the Krimbos, De Roggesloot and a horse meadow. Within walking distance are various restaurants, shops, a bicycle rental and a golf course (18 holes). Within a radius of 1 kilometer you will find the Wadden Sea, the beach, the Lighthouse, the wadden ferry to Vlieland “de Vriendschap” and nature reserve de slufter. On the terraces there are comfortable garden furniture. A lot of privacy has been created at the holiday park. There is plenty of space in our private car park.

In 2001 Tom and Ans Steenvoorden bought bungalow ‘t Eibernest. From Kortenhoef they moved to Texel, where they now feel completely at home. It is not for nothing that son-in-law Norbert and daughter Esther went after them, together with their son Lucas.

In 2016 it was time: Esther and Norbert made their dream a reality with BnB De Moerbei in a monumental building on the Kikkertstraat (the center of De Cocksdorp). They completely refurbished this and built in three luxury guest accommodations. From the beginning they also help at ‘t Eibernest, and in 2018 they completely took over. Esther, Norbert and Lucas love living on Texel. “You won’t find this peace and space anywhere!”

And then there’s this…
‘ Ei’ also refers to Eierland, the polder in which the village is located. The polder owes its name to an uninhabited sandbar where many thousands of eggs used to be picked up. No stork eggs by the way, though does a fake specimen with nest on one of the cottages that suggest otherwise…

Family Steenvoorden & Dekker

Family Steenvoorden & Dekker

We hope to welcome you soon at our bungalow park ‘t Eibernest!

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