For Aerdenhout the rules of Bloemendaal apply. Private holiday letting (temporary letting of the house where you live yourself for the rest of the year) is allowed under the following conditions:The property has destination ‘living’ or another destination in which the property is allowed.The person renting out the property has to be the principal occupant of the property and be permanently registered with the Basic Registration of Persons (BRP).The main tenant must actually live in the house for at least eight months per calendar year.Private holiday lets are only allowed on an occasional basis: a maximum of 60 nights per calendar year.For private holiday lets, tourist tax must be paid. The tourist tax is €3 per person per night.Private holiday lets may be offered to a maximum of four people.Private holiday lets may not lead to nuisance.Prior to the 1st time of private holiday letting of a house, the landlord has to register once with the municipality.If you rent out part of your house as a Bed & Breakfast then this maximum does not apply. It is important, however, that you meet the correct conditions to be allowed to operate as a B&B. Prevent fines from the municipality and stay informed of the latest developments through our newsletter for the Zandvoort, Bloemendaal and Overveen region.
Overveen clearly performs better in the summer period. But thanks to its location close to Haarlem and Amsterdam and the good train connection, many couples also visit Overveen in winter.
On average, a house in Overveen offers 2 bedrooms. There are 3.1 guests per booking.
Ensuring the right selection of guests at the highest possible price is a job in itself. In addition, it can be a great burden to constantly be ready for your guests. Rental Valley takes care of all your rental worries. For years we have been maximizing revenues without hassle for homeowners in the region. Call or email us and let us explain, free of charge and without obligation, how we can make renting out your property even easier.