Holiday home: Nordrhein-Westfalen

Holiday home: Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Dazzling Holiday Home in Hellenthal with Sauna

Guest ratings

Based on 12 ratings7,3 out of 10,0
Comments from other guests
Ms sofie vanlaar  (2/9-2020)
“nice house, quiet location, all the necessary comfort available, very good beds, plenty of space”
Mr Hanno de Jong  (8/1-2020)
“Upon arrival key picked up, neat tour had (in Dutch). Super accommodation, good beds, beautiful bathroom upstairs. Living room very neat, wood stove has been well burned (shame there is no wood, bring your own or buy at hardware store). Kitchen is complete, but outdated. Understand from caretaker that this year new kitchen and new bathroom is coming downstairs. Environment is great, very quiet. Just a shame about the weather, but yes despite all the rain we had a great time.”
Mr Jacques Engelen  (28/8-2019)
“House is very spacious (for us: 7 adults). Nice and good bathroom upstairs. Beds great! Upstairs laminate flooring rises in a few rooms: it is wrong. Furthermore: no microwave, no Dutch TV channels, no upstairs curtain in the bathroom, the couches in the living room are very bad and holes in the upholstery. Front door cannot be locked at night and is therefore too easy to open from outside.”
Mr egbert boiten  (20/8-2019)
“The accommodation was adequate, but given the fact that two dogs were involved, that was sufficient. Village is in the middle of nowhere in an area that is not touristy, the Eifel is also notorious in Germany: Are you on vacation? Too bad then, we too. A lot is closed. Two villages further, in Hellenthal is a Turkish pizzeria that cannot handle the crowd completely. You can walk well. Due to a lack of broom, leaving it clean is not an option. Downstairs bathroom is functional but old, bathroom upstairs is new. There is a lack of transparent adhesive plastic for the window villagers who would enjoy it, had a nice bathroom show. Curtains are missing, the pleated awning is yellow and therefore allows a lot of light through. The newly laid floor covering above is full.”
Ms Angelika Schreiber  (5/1-2019)
“The lady who gave us the keys and gave a brief instruction was friendly. The accommodation is in urgent need of renovation. It lacks normal things, such as. As hooks to hang something, bedside tables or bedside lamps. The wallpapers are from the 60s or 70s and look like this (partially patched). To describe this accommodation as luxurious is an outrage !!! The place is very quiet and the environment ideal for walking.”
Ms Dicky Smink  (6/9-2018)
“Accomodation is good. The couch may be a bit better, much too low. Good beds, nice bathroom upstairs. Old bathroom downstairs.”
Mr F. Cap  (20/8-2018)
“Accommodation was good environment great A must with dogs”
Mr RJ Gout  (6/8-2018)
“The accommodation is "dated". Only the bathroom on the first floor is brand new and also very beautiful. The rest is "functional", although there are the necessary defects, such as separate sockets or sockets that did not. But apart from that it is a nice house and the environment is very quiet and peaceful. We really enjoyed it and could eat outside every morning and evening and sit outside until late. No mosquitoes! The street lighting also goes out at night!”
Mr Danny De Cuyper  (20/7-2018)
“The area was beautiful but the house felt old and not hygienic”
Ms Birgit Stöve  (9/5-2018)
“The key lady is super. The house is old but ok, garden furniture old and falls apart.Environment is top.Lastige neighbor across the street.”
Mr Peter Smolenaers  (19/9-2017)
“Beautiful setting, rural location. Cottage is spacious with enough space for 8 people. Bathrooms are good. Nice hot water. Tv had multiple channels, although you should search them. We had to pay € 75.00 cleaning. For this money it was also necessary to look at the attic with regard to the spider webs. Rest was tidy clean and no comments. House is highly recommended.”
Mr Geert Luyckx  (3/4-2017)
“6 people and two dogs a spacious house with plenty of seating. Fine opportunities for hiking. Nice spacious bedrooms, one passage gives a 2nd bedroom with two beds (very good for 2 children). Nice spacious bathroom upstairs and downstairs. fine cuisine.”

Holiday home facilities

8
4
240m²
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no
Incl.
 
Woodburn. stove
 
2 bathrooms
 
Washer and dryer
 
Dishwasher

Extra services

Including
Final Cleaning
Bed linen
Excluding
Pets
Max. 3; € 3/Pet/Night
House no. DE-53940-25
House Category: ★★★
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About the holiday home

Located in the beautiful hills and woods of the German Eifel region, this is a 4-bedroom holiday home in Hellenthal. It has a sauna for relaxation and makes an ideal stay for a family or group of 8 persons.



In the region, the company you keep will often be deer, foxes, many species of birds of prey, and other wildlife. There are opportunities for hiking and bike trips can be started from home. In the summer, you can swim in the area's artificial lakes. In winter, you can enjoy the Weisser Stein skiing area with its ski lifts and cross-country skiing trails.



In the kitchen of the holiday home, you can prepare hearty meals for all. The garden is spacious and fenced so that children and pets can play outside freely. You can enjoy your meals outdoors and rest on the sun loungers in the furnished garden. There is a barbecue to enjoy the evenings. Up to 3 pets are allowed for an extra charge.

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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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