Holiday home: Nordrhein-Westfalen

Holiday home: Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Cozy Apartment with Private Swimming Pool in Wuppertal

Guest ratings

Based on 4 ratings8,2 out of 10,0
Comments from other guests
Ms sabine jansen  (27/8-2019)
“we were taken care of by the hostess, house number was not easy to find, you come with the car at the back, it is the house with the mast of the electric in the garden. your own parking space. cheaper than in the netherlands. not much for tourists, but nice schwebebahn, zoo.”
Ms Charlotte Hordijk  (21/8-2018)
“It is a nice apartment. We were received very friendly. The apartment is clean, tidy and well furnished. Made-up beds, a pile of soft towels, salt, coffee and filters, tea, detergent and detergent, toilet paper and hand soap make the stay extra pleasant! The hammock chair in the living room was very popular. There are shutters, so the bedrooms are well dark. Wuppertal is a nice city, we bought a 24 hour ticket for the bus and the gliding train, that cost 3 people less than 14 euros and then you can make unlimited use of it. The bus stops nearby, the card is for sale on the bus. There are many reservoirs in the area, we have walked there. There is a lot of green. McDonalds and Rewe (a large supermarket) are close by. We enjoyed our stay!”
Mr p.j Relouw  (14/8-2018)
“The house is compact and clean. friendly guest woman”
Mr michael van swalm  (25/7-2018)
“Very warm welcome, we really had the feeling that we were welcome and that we could always go along with questions or problems, the accommodation is perfect for a couple with 1 child or 2 small children, perfect environment, very green, quiet and very central to do fun things with children or as headlines.”

Holiday home facilities

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70m²
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Swimming pool
 
Woodburn. stove
 
1 bathroom
 
Washing machine
 
Dishwasher
 
1.0 km to grocer's

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Final Cleaning
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House no. DE-00025-72
House Category: ★★★
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About the holiday home

This holiday home is a 2-bedroom Cozy apartment located 500m away from the forest, can house up to 3 guests. It has access to free WiFi and there is a private pool.



Located at an hour drive away from the ski hall in Neuss, with easy access to cities around like Dusseldorf, Cologne, Essen, Duisburg, Bochum and Dortmund.Surrounded by hiking trails and a climbing garden, there are reservoirs around with a golf course and museums. Railway lines with developed bike path are nearby. You can visit the Wuppertal zoo, Botanical garden, the theatre of Pina Bausch and the Briller castle district.



This holiday home in Wuppertal with a private pool has a garden for you to enjoy barbecue meals with your family and friends. There is a trampoline and a sand pit for children to play. There is parking available 100m away.



General supplies and restaurant services can be availed at a distance of 1km. The town centre and doctor are 2km away. Airport is at a distance of 20km.

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About the area

About Tyskland

Holiday in Germany

The best is within reach: A holiday home in Germany, more specifically, on the German North Sea or Baltic Sea. Its wide variety of landscapes makes Germany a popular travel destination. Breaks in holiday homes are particularly popular with many holidaymakers. Dreamy white sand beaches by the Baltic Sea, the Wadden Sea at the North Sea, large forests, mountains and idyllic towns in the low mountain ranges and the breath-taking alpine landscape in the south - every region offers a unique holiday experience. Enjoy the regional specialities, the cultural variety and beautiful nature of Germany during your holiday home break. Active holidaymakers will love the variety of activities, such as cycling, windsurfing or mudflat walking on the coast, or mountaineering and hiking in mountainous regions. You won't regret a holiday in Germany, as the coastal regions really have a lot to offer! Holiday, Germany, sea – they go together better than you might think.

Holiday in Germany by the sea

In the north of Germany alone, DanCenter lets out over 500 holiday homes and apartments along the German coasts of the North Sea and Baltic Sea.

Choose your holiday home from a variety of houses by the sea with a Scandinavian feel. The best equipped feel-good homes are all located near the coast. Fire, sauna, whirlpool, pool and internet connection are all included - what more could you want? Spend your holiday at the mouth of the River Elbe, where it meets the North Sea, in the beautiful town of Otterndorf. On the Baltic Sea, in beautiful Schleswig-Holstein, there are several great holiday destinations, such as Scharbeutz, Grömitz, Großenbrode, Olpenitz, the Bay of Kiel and Gelting Bay. No matter whether you are travelling as a couple and looking for a small holiday apartment on the coast or need a holiday home in Germany for a large group, you will find what you're looking for. The largest houses are designed for up to 24 guests.

Baltic Sea holiday Germany

The German Baltic Sea and North Sea coastlines are popular destinations, offering long, white sand beaches and countless leisure activities.

These days, nearly 30 years on from German reunification, Schleswig-Holstein's Baltic coast is more attractive than ever, with fine, well-maintained beaches where you can swim and relax. stylish promenades are like an individual invitation to take a stroll, bright Nordic accommodation straight from the seventies. The Nordic lifestyle has even made the leap across the North Sea. It's all happening in Northern Germany!

The typical Danish lifestyle, this mixture of cheerful relaxation, friendliness and a world of wonderful things can be found in its purest form in original Danish holiday homes. Except your Danish holiday home is located in Germany. There are already 350 of these properties on the German Baltic and North Sea coasts that give your holiday that original Danish vibe through their architecture and stylishly cosy interior design, all of which can be found among the DanCenter portfolio. Find your holiday home for your Baltic holiday in Germany!

Holiday in Germany - tips

If you are toying with the idea of taking a holiday in Germany near the coast, ask yourself which region is best for you and what you can do there. We have a few "Holiday in Germany tips" for you:

  • Holiday in Germany with children? All regions are actually suitable for holidays with children. Depending on the age of your youngsters, you might prefer the flatter beaches and calmer waves of the Baltic to the larger waves of the North Sea. Our activity homes in Olpenit are particularly suitable for bigger kids. Here you won't have to worry at all about them getting bored. The houses offer a pool, play area and other activities, such as a pool table and table tennis, so there will be no shortage of fun. The Baltic Sea destinations Scharbeutz and Grömitz certainly offer the most interesting options for families with children. Everything is close by and the North offers lots of attractions such as museums, amusement parks and zoos. Read more about the local attractions in the regional overviews.
  • Affordable holiday in Germany? No problem! Make use of the low-season to book your low-cost holiday in Germany . We'll keep you informed about additional discounts and offers via our website, newsletter and social media.
  • Last minute holiday in Germany? Since it's not so far away, the German coast is a great last minute destination. In the high-season, you might get lucky and be able to find a last minute holiday home in Germany. However, it is not recommended that you rely on this, as holidays in Germany are very popular, particularly in summer. There's even more chance of grabbing a last minute deal in the low-season. For example, how would you like to just spontaneously travel to the German coast for a long weekend?

The wind in your hair, the sea stretching out before you - cycling along the German coast

Cycling is just as much a part of the Baltic and North Sea coastlines these days as essential holiday experiences like swimming, sailing or mudflat walking.

Mr Drais would be delighted! More than 200 years after inventing the bicycle, he would see whole hosts of people who use his patented means of transport for getting to school and work, as a "packhorse" for transporting goods – or for discovering the world. If you would like to immerse yourself in the Schleswig-Holstein holiday destination, there is a wonderful "Travel and experience guide" for the Baltic coast cycle path.

The counterpart to the North Sea cycle path stretches more than 430 kilometres from Kupfermühle near Flensburg to Lübeck-Travemünde. The long-distance cycle path is rightfully among the most popular cycle routes in Germany: sometimes it follows the beach, sometimes steep forested banks, then back through the green countryside or small harbour towns. Over eleven stages, for which you can download GPS data, you can discover the history, culture and landscape of the Schleswig-Holstein Baltic coast. For instance, in Flensburg, where the every day life of a modern border town is coupled with a Danish history and lively harbour atmosphere. Or in Eckernförde, where the white beaches and a quaint old town offer that pure holiday vibe.

Cruise ships, sailors and surfers define the maritime image of the Bay of Kiel, where you will find the DanCenter houses of Wendtorf Marina, one of the largest sport boat harbours in Schleswig-Holstein. The section of the long-distance cycle path through the Probstei on the east bank of the firth offers highlights on solid land: idyllic countryside with stately homes and farms, beach life and museum boats, and the Bottsand nature reserve all offer great ways to pass the time. From the Probstei, the path veers towards the sunny island of Fehmarn. You can take a spin around it on the Baltic coast cycle path – or take a detour inland to discover the island's history.

Finally, at Lubeck Bay, you will encounter the string of holiday resorts and their long beaches: Großenbrode, Dahme, Grömitz, Scharbeutz and Timmendorf to name just a few. Long piers project into the Baltic Sea and promenades invite you to take a stroll. On the steep bank of Brodten, cyclists are rewarded with a fantastic view over Lubeck Bay and the Bay of Mecklenburg. Then as if all by itself, your bike will lead you to the fish sandwiches and casino of lively Travemünde.

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