>> A wonderful, relaxing holiday in a comfortable house <<
Do you want to celebrate your holiday with us? We rent the spacious ground floor of the house: a living room with adjoining playroom, 2 bedrooms, a dining kitchen and a bathroom. There are 4 beds for adults, 1 cot and 1 travelbed. Everything you need when you are on holiday with young children is already available: baby chair, changing table, baby bath, cutlery, stool, toys etc. During your vacation you have the house for yourself.
There is 1300 m² of enclosed private land, so a lovely space for sunbathing or for the children to play. There is a garden set, a barbeque, a trampoline and outdoor toys.
Even if it's not garden weather, you do not have to be bored. In the living room and playroom there are games, books and lots of DVDs and there is Wifi.
>> Environment <<
Asgard house is situated high in the village of Hüttenrode surrounded by beautiful nature. You have a spacious view in a wonderfully peaceful area. Just around the corner is a playground. After driving 10 minutes by car you reach the city of Blankenburg with a number of large supermarkets and all kinds of shops.
Hüttenrode lies in the middle of the Harz and many nice destinations can be reached within an hour. There are many leaflets in the house with ideas for trips. Nature lovers can also enjoy themselves in this beautiful nature reserve. The forest is a 5-minute walk from our holiday home.
>> Practical <<
On the day of arrival you can enter the house from 15 o'clock. The key is available in a keysafe and you pay our German neighbor the deposit. She can be reached throughout your stay if you have any questions or if there are unexpected problems with the house. We can be reached by phone if necessary. On the day of departure we ask you to leave the house before 10 am and return the key to the neighbor.
>> History House Asgard <<
Asgard House was built around 1890. On a foundation of natural stone, this half-timbered house is made of wooden beams that are connected with pen and hole joints. The spaces thus created between the beams, the boxes, were filled with a mixture of loam and straw. Thereafter a rachelwork is applied with boards attached to them. This gives a good indoor climate. The house has recently been completely renovated and modernized with central heating and double glazing.
The name Asgard comes from Norwegian mythology and is the place where gods and goddesses live. According to Norwegian mythology, Asgard would be built by Odin and his brothers Vili and Vé. In doing so they received the help of a number of Thursen. These are fire giants.
The house is used as a venue for the German television series 'Alles Klara'. The episodes can still be viewed on YouTube.