Actually, the Black Forest Farmhouse Bernau (anno 1812) is indescribable - we try it anyway:
Entering the rustic Bernauer Black Forest farmhouse, you will be welcomed by the warm light that falls through the old wooden spoke windows and brings the numerous wooden walls to light. Everywhere it smells of wood, because the former farmhouse with adjoining goat and cowshed is a rustic Bernauer wooden house with the typical black forest shingles as a warm, protective coat and many old wooden walls inside. It smells of fir, pine, spruce and oak.
The Schwarzwaldbauernhaus-Bernau was built in 1812 on the adjacent Rönischbächle and is surrounded by other wooden farms on the way to the highest mountains in the Black Forest in the sunny and alpine Hochtal Bernau, which extends to 1400 meters above sea level.
The huge wooden terrace landscape you can enter from the old farmhouse in the basement and from the farmhouse kitchen (with wood and electric stove). The huge wooden decks of the house (with plank table as well as seating and reclining areas) are criss-crossed by small rushing streams, springs and a small waterfall that will murmur you together to sleep at night.
The Schwarzwaldbauernhaus-Bernau and the entire associated property will be rented exclusively to you. You will be in the rental period, so to speak, 'Black Forest farmhouse owner'.
The Black Forest farmhouse is ideal for idyllic relaxing days, as on 3 floors in 7 heavenly bedrooms with double beds (14 heavenly beds in wooden beds) and two huge Bauernstuben and a farmer's kitchen unbelievably much space and romantic comfort for an unforgettable togetherness in the idyllic-historic Find ambience.
The spacious farmhouse parlor is located on the first floor as a cozy stove room with sofas, old wooden benches, stove and dining-table for over 14 people with access to the wood terrace landscape and in the attic as a quiet panoramic attic with fireplace and view of the much loved and much painted Bernauer HochTal.
The Schwarzwaldbauernhaus-Bernau (anno 1812) is an original Hochschwarzwälder wooden shingle house, which you normally only experience when visiting the museum - but not as residents. You can inhabit it, as in past times (chopping wood, firing stoves, cooking and baking with the wood-burning oven, phoning with a historical telephone), without giving up entirely on modern aids, in case you can not cope with the life of bygone days: ( Electric stove, microwave, internet, automatic boiler below minimum temperature). The Black Forest Farmhouse Bernau was carefully restored in years of small work and adapted to the needs of larger groups of tourists (up to 12-14 people). Despite the historic-ecological building materials (open timbers, lime plaster etc) and its historic Black Forest furniture you will find hidden modern 'amenities': wireless Internet, 3 toilets, 2 bathrooms, 2 showers, 1 historic bathtub, running hot water is provided by the guests u. a. produced by the wood-burning stove itself (protected by a CO2-neutral fully automatic pellet boiler and wood radiators throughout the house), historic stove 'Chunscht' in the Bauernstube (fired from the kitchen stove), stove with window in both Bauernstuben (basement and roof), farmhouse kitchen as a kitchen (historical electric stove with oven, huge wood fire stove with romantic window and additional oven (up to 500 ° C), microwave, concealed dishwasher, 2 refrigerators, freezer, covered microwave, 1 washing machine. The firewood is of course free!