We had opted for a “super pitch” a private hedged site equipped with our own electric hook-up, water tap and waste disposal drain. A little more expensive but very convenient.
We had brought bikes on the rear rack as did almost all the motorhomes we saw although bikes could be hired from most campsites.
As it’s a cycling nation with miles of dedicated cycle routes through flat countryside riding a bike is a “must”. We joined the young and old on their ‘sit up and beg’ bikes many of them over-taking us at high speed!
Some campsites arrange coach tours to save driving around in your motorhome – example to Keukenhof Gardens, Delft and Amsterdam, but we found all the campsites were happy to help with local information on parking spots and the best way to see attractions.
We decided on a stress free train ride to Amsterdam via the local Park and Ride (usually free) next to train stations and with no height barriers we drove and found easy parking by the main entrance where there was space for hundreds of vehicles.
Another Caravan and Camping Club affiliated site was just outside Delft where we cycled over canals into the historic city centre taking around 15 minutes.