Who are we?
't Goed ter Fintele was a farm in the years 80-90. Throughout the years the original owners became older and older, but could not be convinced to leave the beautiful region of Fintele. However, in 2019 suddenly they placed a sign 'for sale' outside the door.
Geert & Ria, the new owners, visited the Fintele regularly to find peace and calm after all the busy work at their agricultural and horticultural company. That is how they found this little farm. This was an opportunity they couldn't let pass because they were and are still in love with the environment.
The old farm house was completely rebuilt to become an authentic holiday house with Belgian materials of excellent quality. the holiday house still has the old stable doors and stable locks. Geert & Ria couldn't do what they wanted because the house was protect heritage because of the unique environment of the little place Fintele.
Staying in 't Goed ter Fintele literally lets you dream away about the beautiful interior and wonderful environment. The jacuzzi will complete your stay to be perfect.
A personal welcome makes you feel at home
You don't only have to see us on picture here at the website. Upon your stay our daughter Karen will welcome you with open arms. A word of explanation, a little bit of small talk, a message to ask if you enjoy your stay... That homely feeling and this cozyness you will feel throughout 't Goed ter Fintele.
"A hamlet in Pollinkhove in Veurne-Ambacht, next to the Yser, the Lovaart and the Beverdijk. It's captains, fisherman and hunters who live there. It lies deep beneath the high river banks, who endike the rivers and who protect the small and empty houses against flooding. It's all rivers and canals, lock and sluice, bridge and plan, ship and barge that you hear and see.The water hole as the locals say!"
You can find the full history of the hamlet in Fintele in our holiday house. This history was written by the daughter of the previous owners.
On the right you can see a picture of how the house used to look like. As you can see the structure of the new holiday house has remained the same.