The Ostseehof Langfeld, located in the picturesque Geltinger Bay, is exactly the right place if you want to escape the stressful city. Here you are not woken up by airplanes, but by geese croaking over the old four-sided courtyard. The yellow rapeseed fields glow behind the house, and in just a few minutes you are at the Baltic Sea, where one of the most impressive lighthouses in Northern Germany rises up.
The farm, one of the few preserved historical half-timbered buildings in the area, has been in the hands of the Klemme family for four generations, and today we are primarily run by Johanna Lutteroth, Kurt Klemme's wife. The greatest wish of the operators is to pass the farm on to the next generation in a "healthy" way - and that their guests feel comfortable and at home straight away.
It's not difficult: the Ostseehof Langfeld offers absolute tranquility, unspoilt nature and lots of space. Three holiday homes are available to guests: the cozy main house with a cottage character, the large, bright western barn with high ceilings and the small, light-flooded bakery. All rooms are individually designed and furnished by the Lutteroths with a handpicked mix of antique furniture, second-hand finds and new interiors. A fireplace ensures comfort in all three houses. In the former cowshed, the fourth building on the farm, there is a spacious sauna with a relaxation room and a view of the red and white lighthouse of Falshöft.
There is also a nice large function room, which is good for family or company celebrations.
The impressive nature can be discovered on one of the quiet hiking and biking trails around the municipality. Whether fox or pheasant, the attentive visitor will come across quite a few animals here. In the Geltinger Birk nature reserve you can even discover wild horses and wild bark. The sea with its fine natural beaches is also very close; There is a separate section for dog lovers where four-legged friends can let off steam.
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ArchitectureThe Ostseehof Langfeld is a four-sided courtyard from the middle of the 18th century, and as one of the last preserved half-timbered courtyards in the region, it is worthy of preservation for that reason alone. It has been owned by the Lutteroth family since 1918 and served for years as a retirement home for retired naval officers and as the family's vacation home. In 2013 the farm buildings were converted into a holiday farm. The old structure was carefully renovated so that the courtyard retained much of its original character. Work was carried out exclusively with local craftsmen, historical building materials were obtained from neighboring Kalleby, bricks from demolished houses in the region were used as floors and the cat's heads for the cobblestones come from farms in the region. The houses are very individually furnished, everything in the family's furniture was used and only what was missing was bought. Old and new, traditional and modern were combined in a nice mix.
The family makes the available space available as compensation space for construction projects in the region. In this way, an additional 400 meters of kink are planted and 60 more deciduous trees. The employees of the company work independently and divide their time completely by themselves.
EnvironmentGarbage is of course separated. A new floodplain was created to use the rainwater. In order to save energy, the houses were insulated as well as possible and are also heated in an environmentally friendly manner with a pellet heating system.
Der erste Blick am Morgen schweift durch die Fenster des reetgedeckten Fachwerkhauses. Auf der Fensterbank tragen selbstgepflückte Wildblumen erste Impressionen der heimischen Natur ins kuschelig-charmante Zimmer. Draußen im geschützten und mit groben Feldsteinen gepflasterten Innenhof dauert es nicht mehr lang bis die duftenden Knospen der Fliedersträucher aufspringen.
Dann löst er den leuchtend gelben Raps ab. Noch recken sich seine Blüten wie kleine Sonnenanbeter vom Ostseehof Langfeld bis ans Meer in die Höhe. Mittendrin ein rot-weiß geringelter Leuchtturm. Und plötzlich ist es da: Das Ferien-auf-dem-Land-Gefühl, das einen in Sekunden zurück in die Kindheit katapultiert.
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The Ostseehof Langfeld is unfortunately difficult to reach by public transport. The farm can be reached by car from Hamburg in just over 2 hours (162 km). From Berlin it takes a good 4.5 hours (424 km). You will receive the exact address and directions when booking.
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