Nature Middle retreat with stunning views of the Kinzigtal, almost 750m high, for weekend, getaway, holidays. Walking, jogging, hiking, biking, idyll. Lake (about 6 km), cross-country skiing. Very quiet location with no through traffic because something outside the village. One of the best routes of East Black Forest trail (Route 5) runs through the village Schömberg to Alpirsbach. In the village there is a Demeter farm with farm shop and some gastronoische offers. In walking distance there is a trout farm (30 min.) And a brewery (1:45 hrs.).
In close proximity (on the "Blumenhof") are another residential house and two farms, one of which is still active (cows and poultry). Our extensive grounds with a stunning view of the valley is also suitable for ball games, barbecues, etc., and also features a sandbox for the little ones.
In the apartment is a self-contained unit with its own access. It has 4 bedrooms, a bathroom with shower, a separate toilet and a kitchen with dining table. For the terrace and a large garden (can be shared) are Bierbänke / changing unit, barbecue and sun loungers.
All rooms are heated and there is round-the-clock hot water.
The apartment we rent principle only as a whole, so that our guests have their privacy. The need for each guest Bedrooms can be selected by our guests themselves.
Our guests are completely independent and we respect their privacy. We are at any time available for questions and report problems!
We are very tolerant and cosmopolitan. Children are also likely to raise with us. Since we live in the same building, mutual respect and consideration are the prerequisite for a successful stay.
From our property parking spaces are available.
The nearest bus stop (Schomberg City Hall) can be reached in about 10 minutes. Walk. With bus connections direction: Freudenstadt (line 19 and F14), Lossburg (line 34), Reinerzau (line 19) and Alpirsbach (F14). Overall, relatively few buses, so the arrival by car or taxi from the station is much easier.
On request we can possibly organize a pick up from the train station.