Glamping

Auszeit Tollensesee

Groß Nemerow, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany

The dark gray wooden huts - called cabins - stand like small, pretty UFOs in the middle of the green. Since the summer of 2022, you can enjoy a very special break here at Lake Tollense and recharge yourself with lots of new pictures in the Nonnenhof nature reserve. The slight elevation provides the best view. You don't notice much of the other guests because the cabins were specially built with different lines of sight.

The tiny houses, built entirely of wood, have modern, minimalist bathrooms and underfloor heating, a well-equipped pantry kitchen for self-sufficiency with beautiful ceramic dishes and some seating. The colorful wooden chairs and the matching cushions are colorful eye-catchers in the furnishings, which are primarily made of high-quality wood. Nothing is missing here, or rather; everything superfluous has been dispensed with, which also ensures external and internal peace. In two of the four huts there is even a private sauna, which brings even more relaxation if required.

All cabins have a skylight with a view of the passing birds and clouds, the bright sun and stars or the pelting rain. The rather spectacular view through the large panorama window enables an undisturbed view of birds, foxes, rabbits and the like from the comfortable bench - better than any nature film. There is no television at all. The soothing tranquility ensures that you can really switch off. If you don't want to do without information from around the world or want to work, you have all the options here via high-speed Internet. For example, you could research the many species of birds or constellations that can be observed here.


Rooms + Rates

per night
Tiny Housefrom109 €

Sustainable

ArchitectureThe chairs and tables in the houses were made by the Berlin company "Objects of our days", which produce completely and sustainably in Germany. They pay attention to the highest environmental standards, rely exclusively on sustainable forestry and the economic use of resources in order to act in a climate-friendly manner.

EnvironmentThe solar system provides the electricity. There is a charging station for electric cars. The houses themselves are also almost completely recyclable. Due to the small size of the houses, the ecological footprint per guest is particularly small. Only organic products are used to clean and care for the cabins. All products such as soap, shampoo, shower gel and dish tabs are also organic products, as are the bed linen and towels.

Well-BeingTwo of the cabins have a sauna and the refreshing lake is for everyone. Absolute silence in the middle of nature - neither artificial light nor the sounds of civilization make it to this place.


Characteristics

  • Small Tiny House complex located directly on Lake Tollense
  • With panoramic views over the Nonnenhof nature reserve
  • In the midst of nature without noise and light pollution - experience the chirping of birds and the buzzing of insects, breathtaking sunsets and a fantastic starry sky
  • Swimming area at the Tollensesee is within walking distance
  • The nearby nature trail is particularly nice for families with children
  • Horseback riding, ballooning, wakeboarding, a summer toboggan run, boat rental and many other activities are offered in the area (e.g. the 37 km long cycle path around Lake Tollense).
  • In Neustrelitz there is a cinema in the old tiled stove factory
  • The Bornmühle restaurant nearby is known for its good regional cuisine
  • Other excursion destinations include the Neubrandenburg concert church by the Finnish architect Pekka Salminen, which is acoustically and visually special, the organic market garden in Watzkendorf with a yard sale, and Stargard Castle from the 12th century

Tiny house4 cabinsOwn cooking facilitiesChildren welcomeWi-Fino disabled accessno PoolPets allowed

Features

  • 4 cabins each for up to 4 people
  • All cabins with their own kitchenette and 2 double-decker beds
  • All cabins have their own terrace with barbecue and garden furniture (from April to October)
  • Towels and bed linen available
  • Sauna in cabin 2 + 3
  • Charging station for e-cars
  • Rental of bicycles and water sports equipment in planning

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Rooms + Rates

per night
Tiny Housefrom109 €

Location + Directions

By car

From Berlin it takes a good 2 hours to get to the Tollensesee (126 km). It takes a good 3 hours (276 km) from Hamburg, just under 2 hours (180 km) from Rostock and around 4.5 hours (384 km) from Hanover. The exact address can be found on the website.

With public transport

The nearest train station is in Neustrelitz. From there there is a bus connection to Tollenseheim (Bus 600). From the bus stop it is about 1.5 km to the cabins.