Information about the Corona virus

Bungalowpark De Bremerberg remains open and our guests can simply enjoy their booked holiday.
We closely follow the developments surrounding the coronavirus.
Bungalowpark De Bremerberg uses the guidelines of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) as a starting point for precautionary measures.

Bungalowpark De Bremerberg advises guests, visitors, residents and tenants to consult this website for current opening hours.
We do our utmost to keep this page as current and accurate as possible.

UPDATE: 1 juli 2020

The reception door is only open for: * Necessary cases and * arrivals / departures
For other questions, we can be reached by telephone during opening hours at: 0321-331659 or by mail:

Adults from 18 years: 1.5 meters distance
 All meeting areas are open
 Sports fields and playground are accessible to everyone 
The pool is open from July 1, follow the rules on the signs at the pool.
You can also  rent bicycles or  sniff culture in the picturesque places Elburg, Harderwijk, Urk or Kampen.
 Walibi Holland and the Dolfinarium are also open again.

If you have flu symptoms, we recommend that you contact your doctor as soon as possible before traveling to the Bremerberg.
We recommend everyone to comply with the general hygiene regulations:

  • Wash hands regularly.
  • Coughing and sneezing inside your elbow;
  • Use tissue paper;
  • Avoid contact with people with respiratory complaints (cough, cold, etc.);
  • Greet each other verbally.

If you have symptoms, do not come to our reception, but contact us by phone so that we can call a doctor if necessary. 0321-331659.

Are we closed? then you can contact:
General practice Biddinghuizen
Cultuursingel 4
8256 AM Biddinghuizen
T: +31 (0) 321-331414

Outside the opening hours of the general practitioner, you can contact the GP Services IJssel-Vecht / Flevoland Foundation: 0900 - 333 6 333.
If you need medical attention in the evening, at night or on the weekend, don't wait until the next working day.
Call 112 in life-threatening situations.

We thank you for your cooperation.