The former farmhouse from before 1900 was bought in 1903 by Jochem's grandfather, Jochem Huisman,
in 1998 Jochem had to stop his farm i.v.m. the extension of the Weerribben nature reserve.
The choice was then made to stop the farm and to work with his wife, Marrie, in the recreation.
Initially, 2 rooms were started, but gradually this was soon expanded to 6 rooms and 3 apartments.
a new home was built for it in 2000.
When Albert and Martine stopped their sheep and goat farm in 2005, they moved back to the Wetering
to continue there with Jochem and Marrie, An't Waeter with the four of us.
Albert and Martine have taken over An't Waeter in 2013 and hope to welcome you in the Bed and Breakfast, on the terrace or at the campsite.
Jochem can still be found daily on or around the terrace, to help or to chat with the guests.
We have now expanded considerably over the years, which started with coffee with apple pie, toast and soup, now also home-made pancakes, plates, complete menus of hot and cold buffets are possible.
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