Blomstergården Welcome to our hyggelige farmhouse

Entire residential home hosted by Anne

12 guests, 6 bedrooms, 8 beds, 2 baths
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Do you know the dream "One day I want to buy a piece of land with old fruit trees and renovate an old farmhouse in the countryside. I want to sit around the bon fire with my family and friends".

"Blomstergården" is that dream come true - and we are happy to finally open the doors and welcome you as our guests, to share this magnificent place.

The space
Welcome to Blomstergården! We are happy to welcome you in our home in the charming Wendland countryside. Are you looking for a peaceful get-away – this is it!

We have spent the past year (2019-2020) completely renovating the former Mayor’s farm house built in 1853. The farm is a heritage protected building placed in the heart of a historic Wendland Rundling (*a UNESCO world heritage object).

The farm house is built in the traditional “Fachwwerk style” (half-timbering) and has been extended twice. Hence, it has an unusually large size, which makes it one of a kind. 3 hectares of undisturbed land belongs to the farm and the old fruit trees (apple, pears, plums, sweet cherries and walnuts) are a delight when blossoming in spring or carrying fruits in the late summer months.

If you like cooking and baking you have come to the right place. The house has a large sized kitchen with a SMEG oven, another baking oven, a cast-iron stove, two fridges and enough glasses, plates and cutlery to host large dinners. There is a large dining room with a wood-stove and a smaller room for breakfast, adjacent to the kitchen.

The impressive former Mayor’s Hall (70m2) can host large groups for dinners, workshops, exhibitions or cinema evenings (a projector and a screen is at hand, off course).

The living room has two large couches and comfy chairs, perfect for looking at the fireplace, reading books and magazines, playing board games and listening to music or make use of fibre-optic WIFI for streaming.

There are currently 5 sun-lit bedrooms on the ground floor. Each guest room has a large double bed (160-180cm*200cm) and eco-sisal carpets. Bedlinen, pillows and single-duvets are provided.One guest room has a sofa bed. Two additional guest beds with mattresses (140 * 200) are available on request.

There are two bathrooms on the ground floor. One with a large sized walk-in shower and one with a free-standing bathtub. There are two washing machines and two drier available. Towels, shampoo and soap are provided.

Our farm is surrounded by an old brick wall. It has a large, grassy garden with old trees on all sides. Please feel free to use our “hyggelige” Danish-Design garden furniture (“Tine K” sofa couches and sun-chairs) to relax outside in the sun. For BBQs we have 2 Espegard fire pans, beer tables and beer benches to have dinner outside. It is highly recommended!

The farm courtyard, apart from the farm house, also consists of a large barn and a beautiful old-brick-building, which makes the inner courtyard undisturbed from the outside. Only the farm cats may come by to say hello – and they are lovely!

In the middle of the Rundling there is a public playground for kids to have loads of fun in. Two bicycles are available if you would like to explore the surrounding countryside.

In times of Corona:

In order to ensure the health and well-being of our guests and teams staying at "Blomstergården", we carry out all suitable health and safety measures in accordance with German state regulations.

Disinfection
In advance of your stay, we will disinfect and clean all high-contact surfaces, including tables, chairs and door handles. Hand disinfectant and disposable face masks are available for all visitors.

Arrivals
Upon your arrival, we ask you to use the hand disinfectant provided by us, which is also available throughout the house.

Guest information
According to German government regulation, it is vital that we know who exactly is visiting "Blomstergården" . Hence, we will in advance of your stay, collect the contact details of all guests.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed
Bedroom 3
1 double bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Washer
Dryer
Bathtub
Patio or balcony
Backyard
Indoor fireplace
Luggage drop-off allowed

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Where you’ll be

Lemgow, Niedersachsen, Germany

Wendland is one of a kind ! A joyous combination of untouched nature, heritage sites, arts and crafts and not least resistance culture!

Wendland is the least populated area in all of Germany, and has the highest density of organic farms in the country. Here, meadows, marshlands, and forests are plentiful along the Elbe river.

In 2012 the "Wendland Rundling villages" were shortlisted as candidates for the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

For 12 days in Spring (from Ascension Day to Pentecost) Wendland farm house owners organise the Festival "Kulturelle Landpartie" with concerts, theatre, open arts and crafts workshops, public talks, guided tours, cake & coffee, BBQ etc. in so-called "Wunderpunkte" all around Wendland.

The resistance culture and peace movement is omnipresent in the region, and is heavily influenced by the demonstrations against nuclear power and nuclear weapons in the 1970-90s.

In the area around "Blomstergården" you amongst others find:

- Arendsee (Lake for swimming) : 8 km
- Niemitzer Heide (heather hills, blossoming in August): 15 km
- Wendland Thermal Spa in Gartow: 19 km
- Counts Bernstorff biological forrest and farm shop: 19 km
- Rundlings Museum in Lübeln: 24 km

Shopping and grocery:
- Bioland local bio store: 300m (open Tuesday and Thursday)
- Edeka: 6km
- Local farmers selling their products in neighbouring villages (eggs, noodles, salad, potatoes, pumpkins etc)

Restaurants:
- Das Alte Haus: Michelin listed restaurant with very affordable prices! Highly recommend): 29 km
- Trebeler Bauernstube: traditional, seasonal German kitchen: 14 km

Surrounding cities:
- Salzwedel: 18 km (*great grocery shopping in Kaufland)
- Lüchow: 18 km
- Dannenberg: 22 km

Hosted by Anne

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Social entrepreneur, Kaospilot & ikebana practitioner. I am Scandivian globetrotter with deep roots in Berlin. Born in Denmark, raised on a mountain farm in Norway, and started traveling the world when I was 16. I graduated in 2006 from the recognised KaosPilot education in Aarhus, a hybrid of a business and a design school. From 2006-2009, I worked as a corporate social responsibility consultant in Copenhagen. In July 2010, I moved to Japan, where I spent 2 years researching open social innovation in Tokyo and Silicon Valley, and received the prestigious Rotary Peace Fellowship.  In 2012, I moved to Berlin to set up the Berlin Peace Innovation Lab in associated with Stanford University. The lab focuses on how technology is facilitating emerging and measurable social change toward global peace.  In 2015, in response to the refugee crises, I co-founded ReDI School of Digital Integration, a vocational training program teaching programming and tech skills to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants. For this, I was recognized in 2018 by Edition F as "25 women revolutionising German industry".   In my spare time I find joy in ikebana, Japanese flower arrangements and showing my international friends around Berlin.
Social entrepreneur, Kaospilot & ikebana practitioner. I am Scandivian globetrotter with deep roots in Berlin. Born in Denmark, raised on a mountain farm in Norway, and started tra…

Co-hosts

  • Jan Heinrich

During your stay

As your hosts, you can reach us (Jan and Anne) via mobile phone, whatsapp and e-mail during your stay.
  • Languages: Dansk, English, Deutsch, Norsk, Svenska
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  • Response time: within an hour
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House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 p.m.
Checkout: 1:00 p.m.
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

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Nearby lake, river, other body of water
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Carbon monoxide alarm

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