The holiday home is built as a farm workers house (about 170 square meters of living space) around 1900 on the edge of the tranquil village of Abbenfleth on a 4. 500 square meter plot, as one of the last houses in an absolutely quiet cul-de-sac. After a varied history, the house has now been completely restored in 20016/2017 and converted into a lovingly designed holiday home. It is especially suitable for families with up to four children. The house has been rebuilt and kept up-to-date with the preservation of the old style elements. WLAN is now available.
Where there used to be apple trees, in the front part of the property there is a beautifully landscaped ornamental and recreational garden (about 800 m²). On the back 2/3 of the property graze the sheep of the neighbor. From the covered sun terrace of the house you look directly onto the pastures. From the upper floor you can see the Elbe dike and the upper decks of the big "pots" and crusaders passing by on the Elbe - including the Queen Mary.
On the ground floor you will find a large entrance hall, a spacious modern bathroom with bathtub and separate shower, a cozy kitchen with modern fitted kitchen and Nespresso machine, a large dining and living room, a cozy bedroom with large double bed and space for a side-bed ( if required) as well as a dressing room. In the small cellar of the house you can dispose of a washer dryer.
From the living room leads to the secluded south facing terrace next to the house and the large barrel sauna located there, which invites you to evening sauna. The sauna has a separate circuit and will be charged separately at the end of your holiday.
Past the former animal barn, where bicycles can now be parked, leads to the large covered terrace behind the house. The terrace is also accessible via the abbreviation bathroom directly from the kitchen.
From the dressing room you can reach the former hayloft of the house via a staircase, which is now equipped as a large (approx. 70 sqm) children's play paradise with two double beds (2 x 160cm) and a cot and a small balcony with a direct view of the Elbdeich.
In about 800 meters away you reach the beach area "Grauerort" with its beautiful sandy beach, which invites you to linger. On the way there, in about 500 meters distance, is a large playground. Not far from here is the old fortress "Grauerort", which was built in the 19th century. Built by the Prussians for protection against enemy ships in the 16th century, it can now be visited.
By bike or car in a few minutes in the center Bützfleth. There are 2 large supermarkets, a bakery and restaurants.
In Bützfleth there is also a large, well-maintained outdoor pool. On the cooler days, the fun and adventure pool, with Soletherme, can be used in Stade.
By car and the nearby bus you can quickly reach the city center of the medieval city of Stade with its wonderful pedestrian zone, the dreamy museum harbor and a fully vibrant and culturally developed Hanseatic city with modern shopping malls, shops and restaurants in all price ranges.
In addition to the cultural offerings in Stade is also a bike rental, for those who want to use the lying right outside the door "Elbradweg".
Each 15 km away is the popular holiday peninsula Krautsand and the famous fruit growing area "Altes Land".
About the metronome or the S-Bahn can be reached in about 50 minutes from Hamburg Central Station. The city of Cuxhaven and the North Sea with its Wadden Sea are at comparable distances.