New from September 2012 booked for an introductory price!
Do you like also the English country style? Then you will find your holiday home Exclusives in this villa in the idyllic Eifel! This old building has been completely renovated and gutted in 2006. Already the reception area makes you curious, from the high quality terracotta colored stone tiles, plastered with rough plaster walls, over the plastered ceiling with exposed beams, to the elaborate wooden staircase, no wishes remain open .Here everything is just right! The wall decorated with exposed rubble stone, white roughcast and the accents cleverly used, puts you right in the holiday mood. But the beautifully landscaped terrace with breathtaking views invites you to relax on a beautiful summer evening. Modern technology has not been forgotten, as is in all living rooms floor heating, is heated with a heat pump air to which a hot water treatment is coupled with buffer.
Basement: Teilunterkellerung; Boiler room, wine cellar and another basement room.
Ground floor: sauna / spa room with hot tub, dining room, kitchen,
Vestibule, hallway, two bedrooms, daylight bath with shower, staircase, terrace
Upper floor: gallery, toilet, laundry room, luxury bathroom, dressing room, three bedrooms, spacious living room
Bern village near Hillesheim
Crime country with humor Who does not know the Eifel mysteries of Jacques Berne village? He owes this region that they will increasingly become the scene of creepy crimes. This silent, often lonely and enveloped in mystery land inspired more and more authors to transfer their murders and atrocities in the Eifel. But the Crime enthusiasm goes far beyond simply reading pleasure out: Since 2001, there is the event 'Tatort Eifel'. Here come every two years all crime writers, filmmakers and actors, to discuss the latest Eifel crime. And if that's not enough, you can visit while still the Mecca of all mystery fans. In the small town of Hillesheim the crime writer Ralf Kramp has opened with his wife Moni in September 2007, the Hillesheimer detective house in the old tannery. There is not only founded by publisher Kramp, a very special bookstore, but also the Café Sherlock and the 'German Crime Archive'. Around 26 000 books includes the unique collection of European crime fiction in Hillesheim. For real mystery fans a must!