Welcome to the lovingly furnished wooden house & # 132; W03 Kranich.
The holiday home is located together with 8 other holiday homes in a park-like area with about 10. 000 m² area. The holiday home "Kranich" has a covered terrace with garden furniture & # 150; Breakfast in the middle of nature.
The charming 30 m² holiday home & # 132; Crane & # 147; can accommodate two to four people. It has a living room with a comfortable sofa bed. Fully equipped with cooking facilities, the kitchenette offers 2 hotplates, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, kettle, toaster, dishes and glasses. You can have your meals on the terrace or in the comfortable dining area in the house, weather permitting.
The separate bedroom has a double bed and the bathroom has a toilet and a shower.
For entertainment in the holiday home, a flat-screen TV, a radio and free Wi-Fi.
The furnished terrace invites you to relax and unwind. Let the day fade away and enjoy the evening with a glass of wine in the hearth.
You are welcome to reserve a kitchen and a common room.
For groups of 10 or more persons we offer group discount.
For the younger guests is also provided, with a playground and sandpit directly in the holiday park.
Lake Kummerow invites you to take a morning bath and start the day. The bathing area is located in the immediate vicinity of your holiday home.
About 3 km from Neukalen lies the village Warsow in the Mecklenburg Lake District. Spend a wonderful holiday in one of 9 wooden houses in the middle of the intact nature and not far from Lake Kummerow. Here you can watch cranes, go hiking or cycling. Her four-legged friend is also welcome here.
The former farming village is mentioned in a document of 4. 4.1232 for the first time. The small town lies partly in the nature park Mecklenburgische Schweiz and Kummerower See, which is known as a resting area of northern duck birds. In it there are 3 large lakes: the Kummerower See, the Malchiner See and the Teterower See. The Peene is the largest river in the nature park.Get the full listing »