Vacation Apartment in Kuhlungsborn - 861 sqft, nice, clean, spacious (# 279)
Exclusive penthouse for four to six people in Kühlungsborn, a Baltic seaside resort with one of the nicest and longest beaches in Germany. Includes two double bedrooms, a spacious living room with sofa bed with dining area, a full kitchen with dishwasher, and two bathrooms., key advantages: nice, clean, spacious, 1 large living/family room with dining area, 1 separate dining room, fully equipped kitchen, clean, well furnished, spacious design, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting,
The 3-bedroom penthouse apartment is with an ocean view. This very exclusive apartment offers about 80 square meters, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and a comfortable sofa bed in the large light-filled living area and 33 sq m roof terrace.
Location Hamburg Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Hamburg Airport. From Hamburg Airport the distance to the unit at Hermann-Häcker-Straße 36, 18225 Kuhlungsborn is about 172 km (107.5 miles), approximately a 2 hours 7 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Kuhlungsborn, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $136-$226 for 4 persons.
Unit Size: 861 square feet
Additional Features: Central Heating, Oven, Dish Washer, Freezer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Toaster, Television, Patio, Garden, Sauna, Sofabed
In a quiet location of the western part of town.
* beach (200 m) and promenade (100 m)
* saltwater swimming pool
* shops, bakery, cafes, restaurants
More travel info about Kuhlungsborn: Located less than 20 miles from the much larger city of Rostock, Kuehlungsborn is a seaside resort on the Baltic Sea. It is actually the largest seaside town in Mecklenburg and one of the oldest seaside resorts established in Germany, dating from the 1860s. To help preserve Kuehlungsborn's small-town feel, no buildings can be built to be taller than the town's tallest tree. Although it is clear that the town's greatest attraction is its beach, there is an array of cultural sites that may draw you away from the sand. The historic narrow-gauge Molli steam railway was built in 1886, and today it is very popular with tourists who wish to see the area by rail. St. John's Church, which was begun in the 1200s, will satisfy your taste for medieval church architecture. If you are more interested in the Cold War era than the Middle Ages, check out the Baltic Sea watchtower, which was used by the East Germans to patrol escapes made via the water. Now back to the beach... The Kuehlungsborn Pier runs 200 yards out into the Baltic and is worth a stroll, as is the beach promenade, which is 100 yards wide at this point on the coast. Once you have had your fill of sun and sand, indulge in a very different culture by taking a day trip to either Rostock (20 miles) or Wismar (25 miles).