The F *** bungalow is located between the tourist magnet Berlin
(30 motorway kilometer A13) and the Spreewald (20 km) in the Teupitz-Köriser lake area of the vast area of the Dahmeseen around the town of Königs Wusterhausen (18 km) with its castle of Frederick William I, the soldier king.
The guest can expect a well-kept grounds with beautiful landscaped garden with rare trees and a small pond with water lilies goldfish, just 300m from the small Körissee in a quiet location near the forest, and yet in the heart of the village of Klein Köris.
They are undisturbed on the plot.
Garden furniture under a cozy gazebo, a small lawn with Roll-chairs in front of the bungalow and a large family sauna, just for you alone, are calculated to once off really. A barbecue is at your disposal.
The quiet, charming lakes offers ideal conditions for water sports, fishing, hiking and cycling. In the resort license free motorboat rentals are offered, plus banana riding, water skiing and wakeboarding on the Körissee.
Worthwhile is a visit to the "Historical Germanic settlement" in place.
Our holiday bungalow provides but also in winter, the best conditions to recover well in zeizvoller environment.
Klein Köris, surrounded by mixed forest in the Dubrow and water in Teupitz-Köriser Lake Region, has been known since ancient times as a resort.
Here you enter a piece of land, which it already Theodor Fontane had done and about which he repeatedly got into his 'Walks through the Mark Brandenburg' into raptures.
Visitors will show large, contiguous areas of pine and mixed forests, where hundreds of small and large lakes are embedded.
Here, south of the gates of Berlin, located in an idyllic rural location combines charm of the landscape with the pulse of the metropolis:
There shopping, museums, city tours, visits to the theater and the scene-
Here walking, cycling and horse riding, swimming, sunbathing, surfing, sailing, canoeing, fishing, flies, and, and, and ...
You experience pure nature!
Leveling, swamps and low-lying areas, lakes and rivers in the interaction with forests, meadows and heathland.
In 1971, the tracks at the edge found by Klein Koris, which led to the discovery of the remains of a Germanic settlement in Brandenburg sand. The members of the Community funding already have several buildings, a fountain, ovens and an outdoor oven restored faithful to the original construction and performance.