You will find a lovingly furnished with nostalgic charm ground floor apartment (77sqm): Spacious entrance leads into a hallway from which all rooms are accessible: living-dining room, double room, twin bedded room, well equipped kitchen, storage room, bathroom with bath and integrated shower attachment ( Caution: high entry). From the living-dining room you reach a seating terrace and the garden, which supplies you with beautiful apples in autumn. The apartment has a small shed and a car parking space.
Our family spends even large time intervals in the beloved house, giving it a very personal touch.
In order to increase the recreational value in the spa, we take the tax for our dear guests.
Additional costs: only the final cleaning fee of 35 € please pay locally
Please bring bed linen and towels
Up the stairs you will find a bright, lovingly furnished apartment with enough space for another four people (72sqm): double room, twin room, well equipped kitchen, bathroom, storage room, living room, which leads to a seating balcony.
"Greta am Siel" is located in a quiet residential area and yet central. In just a few minutes walk from the bakery, shops for daily needs and beyond, many restaurants for every taste, the spa center with tourist information, indoor swimming pool and other health care facilities, as well as the adventure playground. Also from the picturesque village center with the historic harbor and the medieval church, you are not far away. For nature lovers and sports fans the sea embankment and a swimming area is easily and quickly accessible. Enjoyable also walk to the famous twin mills at village exit will be. From the port, you can make trips to the East Frisian Islands. Cyclists will enjoy that Greetsiel also located on North Sea Cycle Route.
Enjoy your vacation in the idyllic fishing village. Stroll through several streets, about Sielbrücken and past from the past preserved and maintained squares and monuments you will be able to assure that Greetsiel is a pearl of the East Frisian North Sea coast and therefore probably was also the backdrop for several film and television recordings.