We have observed a high standard of organic furnishings within the house. The interior was completely renovated in 2002. The dining place area has a table for up to six persons, cutlery, crockery and glasses for six. The small kitchen is completely furnished with dish-washer, microwave, coffee-maker, pots and pans, knives and forks. In the living room there is a large bed-couch (160 cm, sleeps two), armchair and satellite-TV. The bedroom is equipped with two large lockers and a double bed of 180 cm. There’s another small room with emergency bed couch for very young lovers of 140 cm. The bathroom is with bathtub, shower, sink and WC. The exterior of the house shows patina and charm of over 60 years. Berlin is a bustling city which offers culture, sports and history. In Schoenwalde you’ll find sand, pine trees, beeches, gardens, moor, and an endless sky - perfect light for artists. It’s a change from a standard holiday.
Eat and drink: There is international cuisine available from all over the world, but you can also find some of the best examples of the traditional German cuisine, i. e.: 'Deutsches Haus' in Dallgow or the 'Gasthof Pausin' in Pausin - known for cleanliness, good food and friendly service. Lately we dicovered the “Knoedelstube” (dumpling room) in Falkensee where Bohemian and Silesian dishes of the highest quality are being served at reasonable prices. Enjoy your meal!
Language: You may need some basic words of German to communicate with Mr. Mews, who looks after the house. If problems arise, please don't hesitate to contact us in English or French. We shall try our best! Peter and Gaby Schenk, phone +49 (0) 7631 15818. Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dead places: If you have an interest for 'dead places' we recommend an unofficial visit to what is left of the airbase Schoenwalde.