Back in 868 the farm was located in Saroldingas, Fieldlord Saruwald’s land,
Saru means warrior, Walda means Spear . Our name reffers to the New Zarlar(dinge)
and the old (Sarol)Dingas
Zarlardingas is a farm where deer, sheep, pigs, humans and chickens live together like gods in France.
Retirement? Don’t even think about it!
From dawn till dusk, Lucie and Hadewich weed, rake, plant, compost, pick and harvest in their magnificent gardens.
In springtime a little flower blooms … Let it grow, it’s a Forget-me-not! The blue treasure is followed by a velvet leaved marygold, chased by violets and mignonettes. ..
There the sunflowers come oud to play! Let’s prepare some rope and bamboo, they grow at least 16 feet high.
In the middle off summer, to great suprise of butterflies, bumbles and bees, everyone kept wondering.. Where did the vegetables stay?
THE STORY OF THE TREES
Hidden in 15 hectares of Fields, pounds, sources and forests lays the farm.
A majestic chestnut tree pictures the center off a huge cobblestone courtyard surrounded by old brick stone settlements.
Here, time stood still and you can hear the history whisper trough the leaves of 300 year old trees.
Did you spot the farm on your television? Children go wild when they see 'Schemermeer', the village of Ketnet series Nachtwacht or the set of K3 & het Dierenhotel.
Meanwhile, during the commercials, Belvita is making some farmfries in our courtyard. Have a good memory? Beestig leuk and Grappa were also filmed at Zarlardingas.
Or going through some magazines, you can find beautiful models strolling around our fiels.
Running wild and free, the deer salute the horses in the morning and make space for the boars while the chicken are preparing a morning serenade.