Welcome to the Thomashof in the Ruppiner Seenland! Here the chickens cackle, the sheep bleat, the birds chirp and the rest is pure relaxation.
Heike and Jörg Thomas have set up four beautiful holiday apartments in the farm and furnished them with a tasteful mix of antique and modern. Each apartment is consistently furnished with natural materials and individually decorated. The rooms, which are kept in calm colors, are extremely cozy - the clay plaster, the open beams, the plank floor: all of this is not just a visual experience. The love and care with which the design was worked, you feel as a guest and immediately feels comfortable.
If you want to be active in nature, the Thomashof is the right place for you. The surrounding Ruppiner Seenland offers numerous very beautiful cycling and hiking trails. Bicycle rental is available in the yard. The Schorfheide, a forest landscape in the north of Brandenburg, is also easy to reach.
One of Brandenburg's most beautiful water routes starts just three kilometers from the farm on the Havel, and there is a small swimming lake in the middle of the village of Klein-Mutz, within walking distance.
Children are welcome in the yard. You can romp about the green meadows and look forward to many four-legged friends.
We also featured this accommodation on our blog at Five places around Berlin.
ArchitectureThe Thomashof is a typical four-sided courtyard for the region; an old farm, built around 1900, with a main house, two stable buildings and a barn, which was always privately owned. In 2008 Heike and Jörg Thomas bought the farm. They live in the house and have been expanding ever since. In order to preserve the beautiful old buildings, the two decided to carefully expand and convert them and open the courtyard to guests. The Thomas want to create a special place where you can meet, enjoy, relax, but also celebrate or meet. First a barn was built to celebrate - including the dance floor and stage, followed in 2015 by the expansion of a stable building into four holiday apartments, a studio and a café. In the future, they want to create additional amenities, such as a sauna and an oven. Your approach is basically as careful as possible, everything that can be preserved is preserved. For example, the original slate slabs were covered by the roof themselves and put back on after the roof truss renovation, the stable windows were preserved and the masonry was extensively repaired. Only craftsmen from the region were commissioned. Doors, windows and stairs were made to measure. The outdoor area also blends harmoniously into the overall picture. Everything is made of natural materials: wicker fences made of old woods, the paths are made of stone pavement, the old-style cottage garden has romantic seating areas under the walnut tree. When designing the holiday apartments and the studio, nothing was left to chance, right down to the doorknob and the light switch. Tiles designed by Heike Thomas are integrated in the bathrooms. Each apartment is of high quality and individually designed, with a mix of old and new furniture.
Heike Thomas is a volunteer in refugee aid, takes care of work and internships for young refugees and gives German lessons on a voluntary basis and as an honorary worker. Heike Thomas is also on the board of the Zehdenick Tourist Association. One of the employees is a former long-term unemployed.
EnvironmentHeike and Jörg Thomas have a special respect and appreciation for the craftsmanship that make up these buildings, which have been in service for over 100 years, and are happy to take responsibility for the maintenance of this typical farmstead and its surroundings. Energy consumption is low because the entire building and roof have been insulated with ecological wood fiber insulation. A lot was already recycled during construction, antique building materials were used second-hand, and now, of course, as much waste as possible is being separated in order to recycle valuable materials.
From Berlin you drive a good hour to the Thomashof (65 km). From Hamburg it is just under 3 hours (264 km). You will receive the exact address and directions on booking.
The Thomashof can be easily reached by bus and train from Berlin in about 1.5 hours. From Berlin you take the train to Zehdenick and from there a bus goes to Klein-Mutz.
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