Once upon a time three tiny houses were built using raw brick and lime. As tradition dictated, their poplar roof rafters were covered with thatching reed from the region.
Digging and planting started early on a rainy Worker's Day in 2006. After two centuries, the first small garden slowly took on shape, transforming De Volkshuijs into a welcoming, cosy haven.
The shrubs flourished and flowered, bringing joy for the past 9 years to both the guests and the owners of De Volkshuijs, proof that it is never too late to start planting!