Every house and every holiday apartment has its own flair. Everything is within sight of each other, so that even large groups can get together.

In Ickelhaus 1, a former administration building from 1753, there is a ground floor apartment for 2 to 4 guests. Up to 8 guests can spend a relaxing holiday on the upper floor/attic. The apartments are individually accessible, but can also be used together via the original internal staircase if required. A small fenced garden with seating and barbecue surrounds the building.

The Ickelhaus 2 is located at the end of a quiet side street, surrounded by orchards. The small farmhouse from 1829 offers two holiday apartments on two floors each. The front part of the house with an old parlour and kitchen conveys an almost original living situation of the 19th century, but without missing the comfort of the 21st century. Up to 6 persons can live here. Behind it is the former stable area with an open living room and generous lighting with room for 4 people. The large secluded natural garden invites you to stay outside. Here too, both apartments can be joined together again.

By the way, all holiday apartments are additionally equipped with partly historical, functional iron stoves.
From the end of 2020 we offer a holiday home from 1679 for up to 14 guests in the same monument ensemble.

We would be very pleased about inquiries and bookings.Click here to visit our website.

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