Enjoy your holiday in the beautiful listed former Heuerhaus midst of Artländer parkland. The 500-year-old stand and visible ceiling beams in the Deele offer a very cozy atmosphere for groups up to 14 people. In the modern spacious kitchen to prepare your meals and dining together at the big table in the Flett. On the stove in the historic hearth can be cozy evenings enjoy the crackling wood fire.
In the 5 sleeping chambers on the ground floor and 2 small bedrooms on the top floor you will find relaxation from everyday stress. Enjoy from the terrace of the morning birds from the nearby forest or the starry sky at night.
Translocation: The Grade II listed former Heuer house was built from June to December 2010. It was mined at the old location and now re-erected at the new place.
The supporting timbers of the building from 1530 are still in such good condition that they could be reused for the most part. Otherwise, the house is to be equated with a new building. It insulated floors, walls, windows and roofs were installed to achieve the highest possible comfort.
The requirements of the Energy Saving Ordinance are exceeded by 20%. In order to heat an environmentally friendly geothermal heating for the underfloor heating and hot water installed.
Our cottage in the Artländer parkland is located in close proximity to about 160 m to our landmarked courtyard Sick man. There are already in an annexe building with 2 apartments together max. Sleeps 12.
Both houses together form a harmonious complex of buildings, the play barn on the farm Sick man can be shared.
The farm Sick Man and the new House have a very good connection to the B68.
They are in sight, but still in sufficient distance and secluded at this major route of Artland. This excellent transport links to the A1 motorway, but also to the tourist attractions in the area is assured.
Also located on the B68 bus stop at 300 m distance to the farm.
Furthermore, the court Sick man is part of the cycle route gable tour.
Other Activities: Swin-Golf