The town house has 2 floors. On the ground floor there is the living room, kitchen, hallway, shower room, toilet, mezannine with washing machine and dryer, parking for bikes.
2 bedrooms, large shower room with toilet and a gallery with many books are all on the first floor. Behind the house there is a small, wind protected interior courtyard full of English roses surrounded by high walls.
We were awarded the Building Culture Prize 2011 for our loving restoration.
Shopping available only a few minutes away on foot.
Parking within a radius of 100 metres.
The holiday home "Delfter Träume" has a living room containing the old Delft tiles in their original condition and places. Hallway, kitchen and bathrooms have tiles and tile pictures made using historical examples.
Building culture prize 2011
Friedrichstadt is a great starting point for excursions along the North Sea or into the Eider-Trenne - Sorge region. Walk on the dikes, endless beaches or in the Wadden Sea world heritage site. Visit the seal colonies, solitayr Halligen islands, the islands of Amrum, Föhr, Sylt and Helgoland, but also to neighbouring Denmark.
The interior is inviting for hiking, cycling and canoeing. The stork village of Bergenhusen is only a few kilometres away. For culture lovers, there is the Theodor Storm City Museum, the Nolde Museum in Seebüll, the S-H music festival and much more.
By car from the south via Hamburg on the A23 to Heide, then towards Husum.
With the train via Hamburg - Husum-Sylt. Only express and regional trains stop in Friedrichstadt. We will pick you up from the train station.
We won't charge you yet
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.
Resort tax (adults) included
Resort tax (children), included
Rental of bikes upon request and at your own risk.
Please see our homepage.
Dogs allowed upon request. 15 EUR fee.
Mrs. Siglinde Reinecke
I speak: German and English
Accommodation number: 43201
The holiday house is the house where I was born, and after my mother passed inn 2006, my husband and I extensively renovated it. All of the tile pictures in the hallway, kitchen, toilet and bathrooms were made by myself according to historical examples.
8 am - 10 pm