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Holiday home Bad Bederkesa, North Sea

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hosted by Sven
  1. 4 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bath
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The holiday resort Bederkesa is located in a beautiful and extensive landscape of the North German coast with forests, lakes and bogs.
Therefore, Bad Bederkesa with the surrounding villages is still a preferred residential and holiday resort.

The space
You live in a cozy family children's and pet-friendly house on a 1000sqm plot (completely opaque enclosed by hedges, only the driveway with carport is open) in a quiet location and close to Lake Bederkesaer (approx. 250m) and the Weser-Ems Canal (approx. 200m). A double carport on the premises offers you the opportunity to park your car and bicycles. On the ground floor of the house are living room, kitchen and shower room with toilet. The living room and kitchen area are open. Upstairs, there are two separate bedrooms with a double bed (1.40m x 2m) and one or two single beds (0.90m x 2m). The single beds can be pushed together to form a bed as needed. The house is equipped with electric heating and heat wave heating, flat-screen TV, coffee maker, kettle, toaster, electric stove (ceramic hob 4 plates) with oven, microwave, refrigerator with freezer, dishes, pots, pans, dishwasher,hair dryer, washing machine (3 kg ), DVD player, radio, CD player. Wi-Fi and a barbecue are also available free of charge.
At the house there is a large north wooden terrace and a large south wooden terrace which provides with a partial glass roof for cozy evenings (each about 30sqm). The large garden with beach chair also invites you to relax and unwind as well as to play for your children. Discover your holiday region with the hotel's own bicycles, which are also available free of charge, and use the large pool (8m diameter/ 1.60m deep) on my neighbouring property by arrangement. I live here myself, so I'm available every day and I'm here to help. If you wish to bring your pet / bed linen (see house rules), please inform me in advance.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

What this place offers

Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Private patio or balcony
Private backyard

Where you’ll be

Geestland, Niedersachsen, Germany

Beaches and bathing
North Sea beach: to Cuxhaven (approx. 32 km), to the beaches (approx. 43 km)
Wadden Sea National Park: World Heritage Wadden Sea

canal approx. 200 m (Elbe-Weser-Kanal)
lake approx. 250 m
grass beach with swimming lake approx. 25 km (Otterndorf)

Events in Bremerhaven
Stadttheater Bremerhaven

Klimahaus Bremerhaven

Deutsches Auswanderer Haus Bremerhaven

In addition to many other exhibits and theme areas, a restored Hanseatic cog can be seen

Radar Tower
From a height of 65 meters you can see the harbour, museums and the Weser. Admission fee adults only one euro.

Stadttheater Bremerhaven
Klimahaus Bremerhaven
Kino Bremerhaven
Ringelnatz-Museum Cuxhaven:
Museum lighthouse near Cuxhaven:
Musical Theater Bremen (approx. 1 hour by car)
Übersee-Museum Bremen: “The whole world under one roof” Directly at the main station
Kunsthalle Bremen: Classical/modern art, special exhibitions
Information about the region:
www.maritime-elbe.deSecret tips

Secret tips:
Every 2 weeks a regional market takes place near Bad Bederkesa in a former dairy, where products are sold directly by the producers. There are vegetables, sausages, homemade jams, noodles and crafts. Every market day is based on a seasonal motto.

Biolandhof Fischer
Arenscher Str. 56 27476 Cuxhaven-Arensch Tel. 04723/3201
Behind the dike in Cuxhaven, this farm offers, among other things, a farm shop (Tue 15-18, Fri 11-18) with meat and sausages and a "milkhus" where organically produced dairy products are sold to guests.

Container lookout tower Bremerhaven
You have a view of what is happening in the harbor and the locks from a height of 15 meters, the huge container terminal right in front of you is particularly interesting.
Free admission, good parking. Container observation tower

Excursion to Neuwerk
The island of Neuwerk is located in front of Cuxhaven, which can be reached by the tidal flats at low tide, either with a wagon towed by horses or on foot as part of a guided tidal flatwalk. In the event of flooding, it is also possible to arrive or depart with the excursion steamer (, which departs from Cuxhaven for about 1.5 hours. On the island you can see the lighthouse of 1310, alone the trip over the mudflat is worth it. At combined trips (watt wagons / boat) are offered, round trip from Cuxhaven with the watt wagons at local providers in the districts of Dühnen and Sahlenburg. Watt tours:
National Park Station at Neuwerk:

Excursion to Helgoland
Helgoland, also called Deät Lun, is a North Sea island in the German Bay. The originally larger island broke down in 1721; since then, the secondary island known as the dune.

You can reach Hamburg in about two hours, for example, with a combination of car and train.

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