The house was built in 2009 and is used as a holiday home, since January 2012 Design. With a floor space of 50 square meters it can accommodate two persons. In addition can be made available for a third person an extra bed.
The beautiful wooden floor, large plants and large windows give the house a cozy, warm and bright atmosphere. It is individual, modern rooms. On the walls are pictures of Worpswede painter Tobias Weichberger.
Also located in the house a television with DVD player, and an Internet connection. Ecological and high quality materials ensure a healthy room climate and life. In addition to a small bedroom, a kitchen and a spacious bathroom, there is a spacious living room. The adjoining wooden terrace with large and high chestnut trees provides an opportunity for outside linger.
Ein wunderschönes Haus an einem traumhaften Ort.
Alles optimal und sehr geschmackvoll eingerichtet. Sehr herzlich von den Gastgebern aufgenommen und betreut. Vielen Dank !
Wir kommen gerne wieder.
Linde + Olaf
P.S. Auch 2 Fahrräder standen uns kostenlos zur Verfügung.
In the center of Worpswede, located under old chestnut trees, still bright and quiet, you will find our 50 square meter detached house. The cottage is tastefully decorated and can accommodate two to three people.
Galleries, restaurants and the beautiful Hamme lowlands and Weyersberg are within walking distance. The historical Worpsweder Bahnhof is located in the immediate vicinity of the house.
Before the first painters and painter Worpswede discovered, lived in Worpswede simple and poor Moorbauern. This Moorbauern laid the marsh dry and won in this way Torfballen. Peat was used in former times as fuel. On large Torfkähnen farmers shipped via branched channels the fuel to Bremen. Traditionally found even today in the Hamme Torfkahnfahrten instead. End of the 19th century, the first painters and painter settled in Worpswede. From the first Worpswede artists' colony of Germany was. The most interesting and most respected painter of these artists' colony was Paula Modersohn-Becker.
Beginning the 20th century. Century perverted also Rainer Maria Rilke, Heinrich Vogeler, Martin Buber, Clara Zetkin and Bernhard Hoetger in Worpswede. A group of painters, writers and sculptors to Vogler and Modersohn-Becker was the so-called first generation of artists Worpswede. According to them, followed by many others who today live and work in Worpswede: Hans am Ende, Pit Morell, Uwe Häßler, Tobias Weichberger, Johannes Schenk, Ursula Barwitzki, Ivanka Svobodova and Ina and Markus Landt. Against this background, Worpswede still boasts old and new art, which can be encountered in many museums and galleries.