The thatched thatched house was built in 1860 and got to the turn of the century barn annex with a long stall. 1979 tool shed for farm machinery was attached to the barn. Until 1990 Barn and Long Barn were still used for agriculture.
The thatched cottage Süderhöft is one of the few still left typical Frisian houses from the mid-19th century. Its compact design, which also the low ceiling heights conditionally, and the lessons learned from the landscape materials such as thatch, mud and clay bricks, make this building type particularly resistant to the harsh winter climate of the North Sea. Also typical is the so-called. Fries gable, through which one enters the house and through its Heuluke the hay could be passed to the hayloft. But even in the event of a fire prevented the pediment frieze that burning thatch could fall to the input range, enabling the safe way out.
The house is furnished to use practical standpoint.
The master bedroom is furnished with a double bed with separate mattresses 1,60x2,00m, a clothes / bookcase and two nightstands. His window faces west. The floor is made of wooden planks
The children's room is furnished with two single beds, a Paidibett for toddlers, a table and a frieze drawer wardrobe. His window faces north-west, the floor is covered with terracotta tiles. Between the beds is a colored cotton rug.
The living room has 2 pull-out sofa beds, which can be used as comfortable couches and "only" z. B. in television. An oval wooden table, a typical small round table with Fries from a glass plate covered embroidery, wardrobe, wicker chairs and satellite TV complete the furnishing. The windows facing south. The floor is made of wooden planks.
About the small, cozy living hall one enters the house frieze. In it there is a small leather sofa with an oak coffee table and 2 wicker chairs, which are moved as needed to the table, z. B. if you want to play there together. In the ancient chest are the seat cushions for garden furniture. The entrance door is glazed and facing south. The floor is tiled with terracotta tiles.
The dining room is in front of the small kitchen. To the beechwood table can accommodate up to 6 people on 4 chairs and a bench. A high chair for the smallest available in the nursery. The old fireplace is now taking the boilers for wood and coal.
About sliding the cupboard is also open from the dining room from. A
Bose radio is on the window sill. The window faces north-west and gives a view of the bird house and into the unspoilt countryside dwellers Eider free. The floor is made of terracotta tiles.
The kitchen is practical: stove, sink, washing machine, freezer, cupboard and a beech wood worktop in front of the window, which faces north-west. The floor is made of terracotta tiles.
The bathroom is equipped with a large bed, bath, toilet and a large sink. Bath and sink have hot and cold water. Walls and floor are tiled. The window faces south.
The added rentable guest rooms is furnished with a bed (0,90x2,00m) and a room-dividing shelf. The window faces north-west, the floor is made of polished Werkststein with underfloor heating ..
The bathroom is equipped with a shower, toilet and sink. Shower and sink have hot and cold water. The floor is made of polished stone with underfloor heating.
All rooms can be reached barrier-free, ie there are no steps. An exception is the added rentable 1 bed room, which is accessible via a step from the corridor.
All rooms, except the kitchen, are connected to the gas-fired central heating. The space heating is controlled by the respective radiator thermostats. The heating and hot Waser is generated by the Combi-Therme in the bathroom.
The main switch for the heater in the living hall right next to the radiator. When the red light is lit it is turned on. Even in summer, when the heating is issued, the lamp must light, otherwise no warm Waser can be generated.
Bed linen and towels must guests bring their own. If you want to do laundry: In St. Peter-village there are 2 launderettes, one in the Badallee and one in the village street.
The blankets and pillows are also suitable for guests who have to struggle with allergic potential.
Smoking and use of open fire
Please understand that even holiday guests in the house like that are Non smoking. Therefore, I would ask you not to smoke or to restrict it in bad weather at a reduced level in the living rooms.
Open fires around the thatched roof is baupolizeilich prohibited. This also applies to the crickets.
You are welcome to bring their favorite four-legged friends. Please make sure that this is not in rooms where beds are available.
On our fens (meadow behind the house) mostly graze some sheep. They ensure that the grass is not too high. Your dog you have to please a leash when you leave the property, so he would not find too big favor for the sheep!
Also in the foothills is a leash - there is National Park terrain.
So you can walk undisturbed around in the garden and around the house, you have to the legacies of your four-legged dispose of properly.
The large garden with its fruit trees can be used by you to lie down and play. He is separated with a fence over the long barn. Please make sure that the garden is not fully fenced and your dog probably can escape through the willow hedges or ditches. For small children the same applies. Part of the garden in front of the house is fully fenced.
For al fresco dining in fine weather there is a large garden table with a bench, 2 chairs armrests and two folding chairs at your disposal.
Your mail by forwarding please leave sent to: c / o Süderhöfter Weg 9 D-25826 St. Peter-Ording. The mailbox is at the rear (Tor) Eiderweg.
In St. Peter-Ording is strict separation of waste. When this is not done, the garbage men have a ton smooth stand! Therefore, please separate your trash into trash, paper and plastic. The kitchen waste please take on the compost.
The trash cans are located behind the fenced garden part left, the compost heap at the end of the large garden behind the right. There also drives the mower man towards its grass clippings.
And even this: please make the corresponding trash can on the eve of the emptying of the road Eiderweg. A plan with the collection days will depend on the heater in the living hall. Thanks a lot for this!
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