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Holiday apartment on the lake - the Kiebitz

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  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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Welcome to our farm!
In the center of the village, directly across from Meseberg Castle, is our four-sided farm. We bought it a few years ago and have put a lot of love and work into it ever since. Now it's finished so slowly – and that's why we invite you to share it with us!
50 min outside Berlin Mitte, perfect for children, with lake and ponies, tennis court five minutes away.
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The space
The middle apartment:

1-room apartment with double bed (1.60 meters)
Integrated living-dining area (approx.21m²)
Luxurious bathroom with walk-in shower
Private, large terrace in the yard
Final cleaning 40,-

Where you'll sleep

1 queen bed

What this place offers

Lake access
Free parking on premises
Private patio or balcony
Shared backyard – Fully fenced
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

Where you’ll be

Gransee, BB, Germany

The Huwenowsee:
Surrounded by densely covered slopes with deciduous forest, the lake is not only the absolute highlight of nature around Meseberg in summer – but then of course especially! With a depth of up to 16 metres, Lake Huwenov is deeper than many other lakes in the area – and its water is always particularly pure. Since recreational boats are prohibited on the lake, it is a paradise for swimmers and anglers. The lake has two bathing spots: a jetty on its southern shore and a family-friendly swimming meadow on the north.
Meseberg Castle:
The beautiful Baroque castle from the 18th century is not the largest in the area, but has always played an important role. At the end of the 18th century Prince Heinrich of Prussia bought it to give it to his minion Christian Ludwig von Kaphengst – and so the Prince visited it regularly. After that, the castle often changed ownership and meanwhile belonged, among other things, to the Lessing family. Theodor Fontane is said to have got the idea for his novel Effi Briest during a visit here. Shortly after the fall of the German Revolution, the Messerschmitt Foundation acquired the entire property – and finally leased it to the Federal Government, which now uses it as an official guest house. The advantage is that it can happen to you that you meet a foreign head of state while jogging around the lake. The disadvantage is that you can only visit the castle one day a year.
Lake Dölchsee:
Slightly smaller and flatter than Lake Huwenov, but much less visited and therefore quieter. If you want to swim here, however, you have to find your own entrance - there are no bridges.

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