Jump inside a super cute converted van with a colorful, enchanting dining area

Holland is so beautiful, you won't believe your eyes. Scenic countryside, friendly people and green pastures as far as the eye can see. Parked on a farm in the middle of one of these pastures is the Surf Van, a converted van that offers plenty of room for a Holland getaway. This adorable van makes you smile as soon as you walk in with its neat, orderly interior, colorful decor and uplifting design.
You may think you've stumbled into a fairy tale as you explore the campground, which is near an absolutely cute village and shares grass space with some bovine neighbors. Close to Amsterdam and the beach, the Surf Van is a great way to experience this amazing countryside and all of its splendor. Don't forget your camera; you'll be taking plenty of pictures.
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The middle of the van is where you'll find a comfortable dining table. The bright, neon green table captures your eye right away, and delicious stripes make the benches look even more inviting. The best thing about this dining room setup? You can use the seating space to double as small twin beds for added sleep space, and you can lower the table to accommodate as many as three extra guests.
A small but functional kitchenette gives you a little burner, refrigerator and sink. The bus even has running water, but you'll have to head to the campground nearby for bathroom/shower facilities.
A fluffy double bed awaits you in the back of the bus. Bright, cheerful bedding makes the space really pop. Plenty of sunlight streams in through the windows of the bus.
There's a hammock outside for an afternoon siesta!
When you decide you want to go exploring, head to the nearby village of Driehuizen. You definitely don't want to leave the Netherlands without seeing some of its historic windmills and amazing bridges and land.
Here are some friends you may make on the campsite.
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The sunsets in Holland definitely don't disappoint!
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