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The house, a national monument, dates back to the middle of the 19th century. It was a time when the demand for grain was so great that the farmers could build houses like castles. The house is known as the front house of a farm and rentier's house. Until June 2015 the house was owned by open-air museum 'Het Hoogeland'.
The village dwelling bird that stands on the beautiful signboard in the garden tells you to take the good things from the past on a journey to the future. The bird not only welcomes the accommodation guests, but also the migratory birds that come here to hibernate and all dancers and musicians from different countries who come to Warffum annually for Op Roakeldais.