The log cabin welcomes you with an open, light-flooded living environment with panoramic windows in the style of a maisonette apartment. The underfloor heating and the fireplace make sure you're warm and comfortable. All the rooms on the ground floor are accessible for people with disabilities. A separate bedroom with a double bed is located on the ground floor. Two single beds are located up on the mezzanine sleeping gallery: They can also be put together to form a double bed if required. A cot and high chair are available. The bedrooms are equipped with insect mesh.
A satellite TV, a CD radio with DVD player and 4G LTE mobile Wi-Fi (from 2018) are available in the living area. You'll find a place to relax in the Finnish sauna behind the house. It is accessed from outside.
It is a non-smoking house.
The approach to the holiday house leads down a 300 metre-long gravel track that doesn't see much traffic and is cleared in winter. The plot of land (700m²) is for your own private use.
The storage room for the barbecue, your bikes and skis also has a sledge for you to use in winter.
Bode Gorge Thermal Bath in Thale, the Bonhoeffer House with an exhibition,
the Harz Narrow Gauge Railways, the Quendlinburg UNESCO World Heritage Site,
Wernigerode and Stollberg with their traditional half-timbered buildings, the Iron Mill Museum in Thale,
Falkenstein Castle with the Sekle Valley, the Hexentanzplatz ("Witches' Dancing Place") Zoo, the Rappbode Dam,
the Wild West Town in Hasselfelde, the Kids' Play House in Thale, the Cathedral Museum in Halberstadt, the Devil's Wall rock formation.
This new holiday house lies at an altitude of 550 metres right on the sunny southern slopes of the Ramberg Massif on a peaceful, forested plot with an unobstructed view of the forests and meadows in the Harz region.
A hiking route and cross-country ski route lie right by the front door. The Kurpark ("Spa Park") with a forest lake swimming pool can be seen from the property.
Several eateries and cafés, a supermarket, the Museum of Local History, the Bonhoeffer House and the church of the same name await you in the village.
Destinations for day trips and hikes:
The holiday house lies right in the middle of the Bode Gorge hiking region.
The holiday house sits on a south-facing, forested plot of land with holiday houses nearby. You drive to the house down a 300 metre-long gravel track that is cleared in winter and can be accessed from two sides. Friedrichsbrunn can easily be reached from the north via the B6n (take the Quedlinburg exit, 18km away)
and from the south via the A38 (take the Berga exit, 30km away).
Please only use the price calculator for determining the final price.
Please note that usage-based cost can occur additionally. If you have any questions please get in touch with the owner directly.
The host has specified no cancellation policy.
Visitors' tax will be collected during your stay at the current rate during.
Short holidays of up to 3 nights incur a 50 euro surcharge.