Vacation Apartment in Hohen Niendorf - 635 sqft, exclusive living of highest class, view of the park…
Exclusive apartment for two to four people in Jagdschloß Hohen Niendorf, a Baltic sea hunting castle in proximity of the nicest and longest beaches in Germany. Includes a bedroom with double bed, a spacious living room with sofa bed with dining area, a separate kitchen, a bathroom with shower/toilet, and a nice balcony that is 10 sq.m. large., key advantages: exclusive living of highest class, view of the park, 1 large living/family room with dining area, 1 separate dining room, fully equipped kitchen, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, spacious design, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting,
A vacation of a different kind – in heavenly calm and close to the most beautiful beaches of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern…
Castle Vacation on the Baltic Sea
Hunting lodge Hohen Niendorf with its 70000 sq.m. large park, close by the Baltic Sea resort towns Kühlungsborn and Rerik, awaits you for your very own time out. Now, you can have exclusive holidays in the hunting lodge, in heavenly calm and directly in nature.
Castle Hohen Niendorf, close by Baltic Sea resort Kühlungsborn, has awakened from its Cinderella-sleep… the park road leading to the castle was restored at the end of 2008, a new playground was built, the renovation of the castle itself was finished in July 2010.
There are quite a few castle hotels – but a vacation in a two-room vacation apartment in a castle, for the whole family, at prices that are just right for a family, with almost your own private castle park and pond, the European Bike Route (also see www.ostseecamp.de/fahrrad.htm) right before the door…
Your Apartment in the Castle:
The apartment is on the upper floor, directly above the main entrance, with a beautiful, 10 sq.m. large, balcony towards the park…
The exquisite two-room castle apartment in the first upper floor offers a beautiful view of the castle park from all its five windows. It consists of living and dining area with bed couch, separate kitchen area, bed room with double bed, bathroom with shower/toilet, and the nice, 10 sq.m. large balcony.
Sauna (with extra fee) with extensive rest area available.
Location Hamburg Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Hamburg Airport. From Hamburg Airport the distance to the unit at Parkstraße 19, 18230 Hohen Niendorf 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 Hohen Niendorf, 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 $99-$161 for 4 persons.
Unit Size: 635 square feet
Additional Features: Internet Access, Central Heating, has a cozy fireplace, Oven, Freezer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Toaster, Washing Machine, Clothes Dryer, Television, Satellite TV, Balcony, Garden, Fireplace, Sofabed
Only a few steps from the castle, there is a new adventure playground for the kids.
The entire surroundings are very well suited for bicycle tours. You can see some suggested tours at www.ostseecamp.de/fahrrad.htm or www.lk-dbr.de/php/amt61/a61_5.php
The bike rental companies „Ostsee Bike-Fahrradvermietung“ (Ostseeallee 8, Kühlungsborn, Tel. ) and „Drahtesel“ (Tannenstr. 5, Kühlungsborn West und Dünenstr., Kühlungsborn Ost, Tel. ) bring rented bikes right to Hohen Niendorf and also pick them up again there.
The lighthouse in Bastorf (2 km) – information at www.leuchtturm-bastorf.de/ and also www.ostsee.ferienhaus-herrmann.de/leuchtturm_bastorf.htm
Baltic Sea Spa Rerik (approx. 6 km) with Bodden harbor and spa resort park, Baltic Sea Spa Kühlungsborn (approx. 5 km) with fascinating architecture, Germany’s longest beach promenade with more than 3 km length and the harbor, Heiligendamm (14 km), the white city on the sea, Bad Doveran (17 km) with cathedral (Münster) and Molli, Baltic Sea Spa Warnemünde (approx. 36 km) with the Alter Strom and the Hanse towns Rostock (approx. 34 km) and Wismar (approx. 35 km).
The beaches of Kägsdorf, Rerik and Kühlungsborn are close by (5-7 km) and can be reached easily by bike.
Kägsdorf:Info at www.ostseegemeinde-bastorf.de/index.php/ortsteile-bastorf/kagsdorf/ Bastorf:Info at www.ostseegemeinde-bastorf.de/index.php/ortsteile-bastorf/bastorf/
Excursions around Bastorf: www.ostseegemeinde-bastorf.de/index.php/bastorf-ausfluege/
The surroundings of Kühlungsborn: www.kuehlungsborn.de/frame.php
Massages, Beauty and Wellness:
Gutshof Bastorf, 2 km - www.gutshof-bastorf.de/
Restaurant and Farmer’s Store:
Café & Restaurant in Gutshof Bastorf - www.gutshof-bastorf.de/de/der-gutshof/hofladen(also offering breakfast/breakfast buffet) - sometimes Candlelight-Dinner
Café Valentin's – directly at the lighthouse of Bastorf – with a magnificent view of the Baltic Sea, the reeds and Kühlungsborn ...www.valentins-cafe.de
Freshly baked bread rolls?
For pre-order in Bastorf ...
Restaurants, Stores, Shopping:
best in Kühlungsborn ( approx. 5 km )
Kühlungsborn Ost, Lindenpark
18-Hole-Golf Course Wittenbeck ( 10 km ) ( www.golf-resort-wittenbeck.de )
Best, starting from the Seebrücke in Kühlungsborn Ost. Sailing, steamboats
e.g. Reiterhof Böldt, Kühlungsborn Ost ( www.reiterhof-boeldt.de )
In Gutshof Bastorf
We also plan to re-open the horse stable in Hohen Niendorf in due time.
Animation and Care for Children:
In Gutshof Bastorf
Molli-Bäderbahn (spa train):
Seawater Swimming Pools (indoors)
In Kühlungsborn Ost and, soon again, in Kühlungsborn West, see Meerwasserschwimmhalle Kühlungsborn.
A fun day in the castle could look like this:
A Day in the Castle and Its Surroundings ...
Start your day in the hunting lodge Hohen Niendorf, for example, by going for a run in the adjacent castle park.
Breakfast? The butler service (planned) will get you your bread rolls directly to your home, if you so desire. It’s best enjoyed on the 10 sq.m. large balcony, listening to the twittering birds in the castle park and the calm that otherwise reins. From autumn to early spring, when the trees are without leaves, you can sit here in good weather and see all the way to the Baltic Sea!
In the morning, immerse yourself in the nature and history of the 70000 sq.m. large castle park with rare giant trees, large stone tombs, sculptures, magnificent large rhododendron, approx. 120 year old Ilex reaching 15 m of height and various other woody plants from different corners of the globe, as well as an idyllic swan lake.
Alternatively, you could go for a bike tour through the pleasant landscape of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, through the Kühlung, to the lighthouse of Bastorf, and enjoy the fascinating view of the Baltic Sea and Kühlungsborn…
Time for lunch already? Consider enjoying it at the fish restaurant Fischhus in the Baltic sea resort town Kühlungsborn (5 km away). The fresh pike-perch filet with roasted potatoes and salad might taste even better with a view of the Baltic Sea. Here, you are also at the start of the 3 km long beach promenade, the longest in Germany, leading to the yacht harbor of Kühlungsborn and the sea bridge. The many small stores, cafés and restaurants in the two city sections Ost (East) and West, the Baltic square, beach road, yacht harbor and magnificent architecture in typical style – let alone the 6 km of beach with fine sand – will also enchant you!
Let the day end in the high-class atmosphere of the Jagdschloss (hunting lodge) Hohen Niendorf: Visiting the sauna in the castle’s “wellness area” and/or having a glass of wine at the hearth in the hearth room or the library.
The Story of the Castle Gardens Begins in 1866...
… when the well-known garden architect Wilken of Rostock established an English landscape garden in this location.
He incorporated the stone and bronze age megalith tombs in the vicinity and had conifers (such as Douglasia, yew and cypress) from all continents imported. By the beginning of the 20. Century, castle park Hohen Niendorf was well acclaimed amongst garden enthusiasts fascinated by the rare plants and the design, already.
The 15 m tall Ilex or the gigantic, gnarled stone oak, both more than 120 years old, continue to be quite a sight. The rhododendron growing throughout the park adds a splash of color to the firs and other woody plants from North America, the Caucasus, Asia Minor and Japan.
Hunting Lodge Hohen Niendorf is surrounded by the beautiful castle park with its important rare trees, megalith tombs, various sculptures and the idyllic pond.
The extensive park on the 70000 sq.m. castle grounds offers many secluded corners to rest, and the large rhododendron, giant trees, megalith tombs, diverse sculptures, and swan lake invite you to walk and discover. It is all in peace and quiet, with large lawn and forest areas for the children to play in, with no “access forbidden”-signs in sight. For the young ones, the park road in front of the castle offers a nice playground with rope pyramid, streetball court, table tennis, and more….
Relax in an environment which today’s stressed employ who loves nature is hard-pressed to ever find in their daily life!
The entire surroundings are well-suited for bike tours; the European bike route goes right past the castle.
Interesting places such as Baltic Sea Spa Rerik (approx. 6 km) with Bodden harbor and spa resort park, Baltic Sea Spa Kühlungsborn (approx. 5 km) with fascinating architecture, Germany’s longest beach promenade with more than 3 km length and the harbor, Heiligendamm (14 km), the white city on the sea, Bad Doberan (17 km) with cathedral (Münster) and Molli, Baltic Sea Spa Warnemünde (approx. 36 km) with the Alter Strom and the Hanse towns Rostock (approx. 34 km) and Wismar (approx. 35 km). The beaches of Kägsdorf, Rerik and Kühlungsborn are close by (5-7 km) and can be reached easily by bike.
If you feel like horse-riding, playing golf or tennis, the proper venues are right around the corner, too.
The Story of Hohen Niendorf:
Hohen Niendorf ist part of Bastorf and located on a rise some 1.5 km to the southeast of Bastorf proper. The closest larger city is the Baltic Sea resort town Kühlungsborn at 5 km distance.
Niendorf war already settled in the Early Neolithic ( B.C.); the two megalith tombs still extant are testament to that. The hill tombs at Dornbusch and in the Bastorfer Holm are from the Bronze Age. The settlement then called Nypendorp was established by Germans in the 13. Century, it was first mentioned 1318.
During the Thirty-Years-War (), Hohen Niendorf was the residence of the Bülow family. Oberjägermeister Gottlieb Heinrich von Brand bought the castle 1761. After his death in 1770, the tragic next 100 years during which the castle repeatedly changed hands, occurred.
In 1864/65, Friedrich Bobsien had a manor house built here.
One year later, the landscape park of 70000 m² size was established, following the plans of the Rostock garden architect Wilken.
Ca. 1900, Landrat Helmuth von Oertzen-Roggow bought Niendorf as dowry for his daughter on her wedding with the later Count Hand Wichard von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, who had the manor house repurposed as hunting lodge with an added tower.
During WWII, the castle functioned as children’s home and later as refugee camp. The land reform in the area of Bad Doberan started here, in 1945. A sign posted at the entrance still reads “Junkerland in Bauernhand” – noble land in farmer’s hand… Count von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff was driven off, the grounds separated and given away.
In the 70’s, the building served as a union school. Older people still remember how, when the black Tatra came around, union boss Harry Tisch was here, and high times often ensued.
After the German reunification, quite a few investors got burnt trying their luck with the object. Various projects, even a “beauty farm,” were suggested.
Since 2007, when the well-known architect Nicolaus Wöhlk of Kühlungsborn bought the castle, it has finally begun to awaken from its sleep. The renovations were finished in June 2010!
Castle and castle grounds have the status of protected architectural heritage.
Not only the castle, but also the park was reconstructed. The former “jungle” has made way to new paths, fewer underbrush, restored sightlines, and newly created lawns and flower meadows.
In the village, there is a pottery workshop, and at the village edge towards Bastorf, a great spot for barbecues and picnics in green surroundings was established.
Legend and Lore:
It is said that lots of giants used to inhabit this area, who collected tons of large stones because they wanted to build themselves a path through the Baltic Sea to Denmark.
One day, tired from their exhausting work, they made a pause, had a look around, and were so taken aback by the beauty of the area, they decided they had found their home and dropped it all. Thus, the Kühlung was created.
More travel info about Hohen Niendorf: Hohen Niendorf is part of the municipality Bastorf in the district of Bad Doberan, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.