|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Welcome to Baerwalde ...
North of Dresden, surrounded by many wonderful meadows and woodlands, Baerwalde is located on the border of the former Moritzburg hunting preserve of Saxon's 'August der Starke', Elector of Saxony and King of Poland.
Agriculture has a long history in this part of Saxony and gives the region with its many pastures and fields its typical flair.
Countless paths lead the visitor to ever new discoveries past a landscape of ponds and lakes, ancient oaks, Linden and Beech trees.
Nature's large and small animals are ever present and easy to spot in the wild here.
The many local farms and homes offer an insight to the people and their lives in the village that is still closely connected with nature.
Specials : There is an outdoor sitting area with a grill and a garden pavilion.
In addition we offer artists and musicians the chance to practice their art here with the opportunity to use our rehearsal room. It's big enough for chamber orchestra groups. Dance floor, mirrors and ballet railings are available by demand.
Furthermore, it is possible for horse lovers to bring their horses and keep them in our stable on the farm.
The Lorenz family was most hospitable. We had fresh vegetables from their garden. The children could always play in the yard, and enjoyed the sand pit and the bicycles very much. The village green has more wooden climbing frames and a volley and football pitch. The local shop sold very nice fresh bread and cakes. We enjoyed a concert at the Moritzburg Festival and could easily get into Dresden by bus. We saw all kinds of animals, our dog had excellent walks, and we are only hoping to go back there soon!
Wir wurden herzlich empfangen. Die Gastfamilie ist sehr freundlich und hilfsbereit. Die Ferienwohnung wunderbar, wir haben es echt genossen. Der Preis ist unschlagbar! Ich kann die Ferienwohnung uneingeschränkt weiterempfehlen. Der Umgebung von Moritzburg muß man nichts hinzufügen, einfach eine Reise wert.
Sights in and around Baerwalde: The closest attraction is undoubtedly the baroque Moritzburg Hunting Castle. Besides that the region offers a lot of other interesting sights like the Fasanenschloesschen - a rococo castle, the vineyard house, the Meissen Porzellanmanufaktur (porcelain plant), Kathie Kollwitz Memorial, Karl May Museum and many others.
Take a horse drawn carriage through this peaceful area. Catch an historic old steam train ride through the countryside. The newly renovated, historic town squares are gems to stroll through.
Southeast of Dresden are the Elbe Sandstone Mountains, also called the 'Saxon Switzerland' with great opportunities for hiking and mountain climbing.
Equestrian enthusiasts are welcome to visit the famous Moritzburg stables and the 'Hengstparade' Horse show, every August/September.
Or you simply could go fishing, biking, horseback riding, hiking or swimming in these wonderful, nature environments.
Other Activities: table tennis
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add €10 per night, per additional guest|
ab 50,00 Euro für 1 oder 2 Personen / Tag, weitere Personen 10,00 Euro, Mindestpreis ist 50,00 Euro für die FeWo pro Nacht
exclusive Endreinigung (30,00 Euro), zzgl. Heizung und Internet.
Pferde: 14,00 Euro pro Tag und Pferd (incl. Heu, Stroh, Wasser)
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (EUR) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.