Catherina, Benjamin and their four children have been welcoming holidaymakers to their two tiny houses since mid-2020. The small town of Bieselsberg with around a thousand inhabitants is also Catherina's hometown. On the site, the historic "village barn Bieselsberg" gives its name and is the center of events.
For years, the barn was only used as a storage room before the successful conversion and extension breathed new life into it and it was thus able to be preserved. The barn can be rented for various events throughout the year. In front of the large barn doors lies the meadow full of wild flowers and herbs - idyllically situated in the fog in the morning and radiant in the sunset in the evening.
The two tiny houses are behind the barn and are made entirely of wood. They can be heated so that you can holiday here all year round. In the middle of the countryside and with an unobstructed view of the fields and the Black Forest. The bathrooms and the shared kitchen are in the barn. Very modern and super equipped, nothing is missing here. The in-house permaculture garden invites guests to pick herbs, fruit, salad and vegetables. There is also a small vending machine filled with delicious basics. Wonderfully uncomplicated, pure country life and modern living culture ensure a real break from everyday life.
In the area there are many excursions in nature and some cultural highlights. In the evening, after a wonderful day on holiday, you can enjoy a Bieselsberger apple secco by the fire bowl under the beautiful starry sky and enjoy the nocturnal noises - or the wonderful peace and quiet.
ArchitectureThe houses are built entirely of local wood. Nowhere was plastic used, not even bricks are on the roofs. Was insulated with wood wool. The outer skin and the roof are made of larch wood, which has natural weather protection. Over time, the wood will turn gray while remaining vibrant and beautiful. From the heating to the insulation to the smallest detail, everything is designed and built to be sustainable.
FoodThe "Regiomat" in front of the barn contains only regional products of the best organic quality. The family makes delicious apple juice, apple juice secco (non-alcoholic) and apple secco from the apples of some orchard owners in the village. For the holiday guests there is a welcome bottle in the fridge.
EnvironmentThe electricity comes from the photovoltaic system on the barn roof. This also heats the water, operates the heaters and generates all the electricity. Waste separation, ecological cleaning agents and recycling are a matter of course.
It takes just under an hour from Stuttgart (62 km), from Karlsruhe it takes around 45 minutes (45 km), from Heidelberg a good hour (91 km), from Frankfurt a good 2 hours (176 km), from Nuremberg just under 3 hours (247 km) and from Munich it takes about 3 hours (275 km). The exact address can be found on the website.
The nearest train station is in Bad Liebenzell. From there a bus runs to Schömberg. The "Löwen" stop is located directly in front of the village barn. A pick-up from the train station can be organized on request.
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