The thatched thatched house was built in 1860 and was given to the turn of the century a barn with long growing stable. 1979 to the barn, a tool shed for agricultural machinery was added. Until 1990, barn and stables were still long cultivated.
The thatched cottage Süderhöft is one of the few that still remained typical Frisian houses from the mid-19th Century. Its compact design, which also caused the low ceiling heights, and the lessons drawn from landscape construction materials such as thatch, mud and clay brick making, this building type especially resistant. Against the harsh winter climate of the North Sea It is also typical of the so-called gable frieze, through which one enters the house and through the Heuluke the hay could be passed to the hayloft. But in case of fire prevented the gable frieze that burning thatch could fall to the input range, enabling the safe way out.
The house is furnished to use practical considerations.
The master bedroom is furnished with a dou
Attractions in St. Peter-Ording, the old village church of St Peter's Village, the Village Museum, the "forest" at St. Peter-Ording, who is interested in architecture: the house "Klaar-Kimming" Ording in the district from the 30 years, the Haubarg "Richardsenhof", but also the airport of St. Peter, with its scenic flights, the West Coast Park, with its animals and the small Bersteinmuseum in the village center. An ever fascinating attraction is the sunset at the various beaches of St. Peter-Ording. The must-have experienced, whether in a beach chair, in-restaurant on stilts or on foot - just beautiful! and around St. Peter-Ording: The Lighthouse of Westerhever, the Haubarg in Tating and the "red Haubarg" in jest, Husum, the "gray city by the sea", the small towns Tönning, Frederick city, the small villages on Eiderstedt with its medieval churches, the Katinger Watt with the Eidersperrwerk and a little further away, by boat: Helgoland and the seal colonies. Shopping in St. Peter Ording From Süderhöft off - by bike (Süderhöfter way westbound) or car (Eiderweg, Bohler Road) - there are sandwiches and everything for a nice breakfast at the bakery in the Böhler-corner meadow land (approximately 800m). In St. Peter-Village Edeka market (2.5 km) and in the industrial area at South Station St. Peter: Aldi, Lidl and other discounters, and a delicious fish shop (3.5 miles).. The sea, especially in St. Peter Bohl is swimming and fun for small and very small children are particularly suitable, because the water here is shallow and warmer than in deep water. The load at low tide, exposed sandbars to bring miles long walks and many a hiker a beautiful Bersteinfund. Leisure windsurfing, kite sailing and beach are hot in St. Peter-Ording. But the friends of the kite letting come fully into its own. Golfing in St. Peter Ording golf you can play the same on several places. The thatched roof house Süderhöft bordering the North Sea Golf Club of St. Peter-Ording with its beautiful grounds and especially the way Süderhöfter is a golf practice course. Especially for beginners and those who simply want time to golf to breathe into it, I recommend the links at the Golf Club at Deichgrafenhof eV in Esingen Tating. His owner, Pro Brian Egan knows how miraculously, (almost) win the game of golf for each person and make a decent player in the shortest time from him. In this square is allowed to play any golf - even without a handicap - and low for a green card. The atmosphere is warm and fei of snobbery. After the games you can in the Irish pub, which is also the club house, refresh and close friendships. Biking in St. Peter-Ording The bike could have been invented for Northern Friesland, because everything is so nice and flat and one on the outbound or return journey always has a tailwind. The small, picturesque towns such as Tönning with its port, Frederick city, with its Dutch architecture and romantic canals, the ride to and endless dikes, the discovery of the North Frisian lighthouses, etc., etc. - everything goes fine bicycle and of course you can also access the St. Peteraner sandbars drive. DIRECTIONS from St. Peter-Ording by train or by Husum Heide / Holstein on the NOB change and go to St. Peter-South. From there take a taxi and drive to the way Süderhöfter 9th or by car: From Hamburg, take the motorway towards Husum, in Heath West exit towards Büsum. At the first roundabout turn right towards St. Peter-Ording on the Wesselburen Eidersperrwerk and on and on the road until just past Ehst, where the sign 'St. Peter Bohl, crossing to the beach ', turn left (Eiderweg) and at the sign' Turn Golf School 'in the right way Süderhöfter. Süderhöfter Route 9 is the first property on the right side of the eider pathway.