ED Refnr. 1998531
House 2 -. For 2 to 3 people with a separate bedroom 32 square meters. Extra bed possible. With internet connection - dLAN and WiFi.
The holiday home is a low-rise building with an entrance area, a sanitary unit, a lounge with cooking facilities and a bedroom.
Amenities include radio, satellite TV, shower, IWC and cold running - hot water. In the kitchen corner you will find all the little things you need for cooking.
The living room offers a cozy stay and is connected to the central heating. The holiday home has a terrace from which you can enjoy a wonderful view to the Lilienstein.
In the living lounge is another sofa bed available. At the house there is a parking space for the car.
The tourist tax per adult and day 1, - €. (Children from 7 to 17 years 0,50, - €.)
Arrival from 15 o'clock! Departure until 10 o'clock!
SAXONY SWITZERLAND - the summit of nature
Right behind the gates of Dresden in the direction of the CSR border one of the most idiosyncratic natural beauties of Germany surprises you: the wildly romantic rock world of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains, in many parts elevated to the national park.
Bizarre rock pinnacles, reefs and deep gorges alternate with wide plateaus, large, silent forests and charming valleys, over which rise mesas. Nestled in pure nature: the Elbe, on which runs the oldest paddle steamers fleet in the world, and many a cozy town.
Clear, because vacation is the most natural thing in the world: 1200 km of hiking trails await cozy and sophisticated natures - in dense diversity that is unparalleled, from walking paths to alpinism. Approximately 14,000 (fourteen thousand!) Climbing paths from easy to extremely difficult lead to 1100 freestanding peaks - here we wish -
Castles and palaces Burg Hohnstein
1353 recorded, on a steep cliff in Polenztal cliffs, former seat of the feudal lordship Hohnstein from the 14th Century, served as a border fortress and robber baron castle, electoral hunting lodge, administrative seat, court, state prison, concentration camp, prisoner of war camp, youth hostel and youth hostel, worth seeing: castle buildings and courtyard (15th / 16th c.), Bear garden, torture chamber, memorial
Founded in 1200, built on a rocky outcrop above the Müglitztal valley, first to secure the Meissen-Bohemian trade route and as an outpost against the Bohemian neighbor, in the 15th century. Expansion for residential castle, in the 16th The fortress with renaissance portal, worth seeing stucco work, Chinese leather and wallpaper, Rococo murals and furniture, castle chapel, baroque French garden
Built in the 12th century as a border fortress, it rises visibly between the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and Lusatia on a 35m high basalt hill, over 300 years possession of the Meissen bishops, later in electoral possession, buildings made of native basalt, later also sandstone as building material, predominantly during Electoral times Prison, Fate of the Countess v. Cosel, most important mistress Elector Augustus the Strong, arrested at Burg from 1716 to 1765, 1813 demolition of various buildings by Napoleonic troops, today: historical museum, various visits such as courtyards, weapons collection, Marstall, torture chamber, grain buildings, Coselturm, Siebenspitzenturm, castle dungeon, 82m deep wells drilled in basalt
Construction started around 1450, in the Müglitztal in Liebstadt on rocks in 364m height, several times converted and expanded, extensions in the style of late gothic, until the 20th Century. Family property, 1813 Lodging Napoleon, imposing keep, romantic court, hunting, court and Napoleon rooms, medieval paintings, Masonic lodge
Baroque garden Großsedlitz
Built in 1719 by Count Wackerbarth, planned in 1733 by Augustus the Strong as a symmetrical arrangement and designed according to designs by Knoelel, Languelune and Pöppelmann, Friedrichschlößchen, orangeries, fountains, cascades, basins, sandstone sculptures, hedges, lawns
First mentioned in 1241, important monument of European fortress architecture, sandstone table mountain, over 3 drawbridges leads to the 245m over the Elbe lying rock massif, up to 40m high rock walls, changeful history of the plant: originally medieval border castle, later extension to the fortress, state prison, most famous prisoner 1706 / 07 Johann Friedrich Böttger, inventor of the European porcelain, sanctuary of Saxon electors and kings, preserved treasures of art and treasures, excursion goal of the court, buildings of the late gothic, the renaissance, the baroque and last century, 152.5m deep wells driven in rock, artful Bronze gun barrels, tour along 2.2 km long fortress wall: comprehensive panoramic view over large parts of Saxon Switzerland.
Heating: included in the price (mandatory).
Final cleaning: once per object costs in the amount of 25 EUR (obligatory).
Pet: once per animal costs 25 EUR (compulsory).
Towels: per tenant per object per day (obligatory).
Parking: per object and day included in the price (compulsory).
Electricity: per object and day included in the price (compulsory).
Water: per object and day included in the price (compulsory).
Internet: per object and day included in the price (compulsory).
Bed linen: included in the price per object per day (obligatory).
Tourist tax: There is a charge of EUR 1 per person per day (mandatory).Get the full listing »