Welcome to the Röggeliner See! In an old thatched-roof house 100m from Röggeliner See in the Schaalsee biosphere reserve, I rent a small, cozy apartment with clay plaster, wood and stone floors. An ideal place to relax!
“Corinna's thatched house is an absolutely charming place to stay! Situated in a peaceful little village, it was really easy to relax and enjoy the tranquillity of our surroundings. The self-contained apartment was exceptionally clean and had everything we needed. Corinna was a perfect host, she couldn't have been more welcoming or friendly, and it was a real pleasure to chat every time we saw her, such a lovely warm person.”
Du wohnst in einem abgeschlossenen Bereich unseres Hauses. Angenehme Atmosphäre durch Lehmputz und Holz; wunderschönste Umgebung, sehr ruhig und nah: Ratzeburg (Auto 5 min), Lübeck (Auto 20 min) und Hamburg (Auto 60 min). Sie ist völlig separat, ein Bad; im Zimmer ist nur EINE Kochplatte und ein kleiner Kühlschrank, einfaches Kochen. WLAN. Doppelbett (2x80x200). Zusätzlich Tisch+Stühle im Garten. Kostenlose Fahrräder. Bus an B207 Abzweig Buchholz. Ganz schnell am See. Keine Tiere, kein Rauchen.
Dear holidaymakers! My apartment is on the upper floor a DHH in the district St. Georgsberg at the end of a dead end. It is very quiet and in the garden there is the possibility to relax between trips and enjoy the North German air. The Ratzeburger See and the Küchensee (in the middle of the forest) are within a few minutes on foot, as well as the city center and the train station. The bright, friendly apartment can accommodate two adults (if necessary with a child) and has a living room, a double bedroom, a kitchen, a shower room and a separate toilet. Your pet is welcome.
“I felt very comfortable in Christine's apartment. Everything was very clean, cozy and lovingly decorated. In the kitchen you have found everything you need for cooking. Christine even picked me up from the train station and took me to the apartment. If I need accommodation in Ratzeburg again, I would like to come back :)”