Spend your holiday in the Schaalsee region of Mecklenburg in the small town built on Klocksdorf Röggeliner lake in a relaxed atmosphere in our thatched house in 1689.
You have a total of 4 bedrooms - 3 with double bed and 1 with 2 single beds - 4 more sleeps on the sofa in the living hall (1,60 x2, 00m) and in the reading room (1,40 x2, 00m), a living hall with dining area, oven and a kitchenette and two newly renovated bathrooms with shower and toilet. The reading room has its own entrance - bathroom in the house across the yard.
The house with its rustic charm offers all modern comforts combined with antique furniture and home furnishings.
The spacious living hall and kitchen with a cozy corner seat is ideal for cooking, eating and gathering. For our visitors are ready walking and cycling routes, and dining recommendations and leisure events.
Broil with your relatives and friends on the terrace, sit relaxed in the garden or enjoy a leisurely evening of TV.
The small village Klocksdorf: The small village of Klock village lies in the Schaalsee region in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern on Röggeliner Lake, between Carlow and Röggelin. On the lakes around the island town of Ratzeburg (can be reached in about 15 minutes) surfing, sailing and fishing is possible. Passenger ships offer cruises on Lake Ratzeburg and the Wakenitzrestaurant to Lübeck (historic old town, Unesco World Heritage Site).
The Schaalsee offers by the long-standing boundary layer untouched nature. Bicycle and hiking describe the possible tours. The most beautiful beaches of the Baltic Sea, for example, Travemünde or the quiet situated, as the well-Wiek, are about 30 - 45 minutes drive away.
The Schaalsee: The Schaalsee is a 309 km ² large reserve. It lies between Hamburg, Lübeck and Schwerin. The wonderful Schaalsee is about 24 km ². The Schaalsee is the center of the biosphere reserve. An apartment or a vacation home offers in this wonderful natural environment and the guarantee for a relaxing and healthy holiday for rest and relaxation. The nature reserve is a habitat for many rare animals and plants. Otters, bald eagles, red-bellied toad and many orchid species can still be found here. Since living here more than 230 different bird species Schaalsee the countryside has been designated as European bird sanctuary. Arts, crafts and rural life is the key here. Many festivities attract thousands of visitors.