"This-is-the-house-from-Santa-Claus-and-next-from-Santa..." Holger Maurer might have heard the saying when he just started drawing up his idea of new holiday homes. He then went to the specialist with the sketch. Holger Maurer grew up in Pomerania on the Moselle and wanted to offer suitable, sustainable and architecturally high-quality holiday accommodations to the rejuvenating Mosel active holiday audience.
In collaboration with an architect and a woodworker, three, almost identical houses came out next to each other, which at first glance appear to be mostly made of glass. And the glass surfaces reflect the sky and mountains and the houses almost appear transparent.
The chalets are cozy with high-quality furniture, cozy pillows and cozy blankets and, if necessary, underfloor heating. You can stand it well even in bad weather. And let your eyes wander from the glass fronts over the vineyards and the Moselle valley and look at the constantly changing sky day and night. So the Mosel Chalets have become a place for the eye and for the soul….
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ArchitectureThe glass and wooden houses, which stand side by side like in a child's drawing, are built from durable, high-quality materials. In the construction and furnishing, plastics were largely avoided and all the colors used are free of harmful substances. The woods come from local forests and are unpainted on the outside and not painted so that nature can run free. Waste wood was also used in some cases. The house is ideally insulated to guarantee as little heat loss as possible and the large glass fronts warm the sun directly, so that little heating power is required.
The Mosel Chalets project only works with family cohesion. From grandchildren to grandmothers, three generations are at the start and help everyone together, so that guests feel comfortable in the cottages and, inspired by the beautiful and respectfully built and furnished chalets, also honor the surrounding environment.
EnvironmentIn keeping with environmentally friendly and environmentally friendly tourism, which is increasingly developing in the region, the chalets were built and designed with an emphasis on sustainability. Accordingly, the houses have been built to the latest energy standards and insulated and the area around the houses has also been sealed as little as possible. The houses are operated without fossil fuels with an air heat pump and the entire electricity is produced in-house. Waste separation goes without saying. Air conditioning systems were dispensed with in order not to waste energy. If this is too uncomfortable for you, this is wrong. But if you want to celebrate the beauty of nature, this is the place for you, because you can always see it inside through the large windows.
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The Mosel Chalets can be easily reached by train. The train station is only approx. 250 meters away.
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