Nature house in Uelsen

Very good 11 reviews
Very good 11 reviews


Nature house-id 24700
Region Bremen
Country Germany
Number of guests 6
Bedrooms 3
Type cottage

About this nature house

Why stay here Surrounded by forests, in a stunning and picturesque location, this is a holiday home in Uelsen. It is only 1 km from the town center with various facilities. There is a roofed terrace to relax outdoors with a cool drink. Both families and groups can stay here. Things to do around The region is famous for cycling missedand horse riding. Skiing and winter sports in the Harz, besides hiking and walking, shouldn't be. History enthusiasts can visit Bronzezeithof, a bronze age life museum. You can explore the city of Braunschweig, famous for Dankwarderode Castle and the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum, and Hanover, famous for River Liene and Herrenhausen Gardens. What to expect from the space Inside the holiday home, central heating keeps you cozy. Bicycles and bicycle storage are available. A private garden and a children's bed are also at your disposal. More for your stay Check-in timings are 3-4 PM and check-out timings are 9-10 AM.


hall ground floor
Kitchen ground floor
  • cooker(ceramic),
  • coffee machine,
  • oven,
  • dishwasher,
  • fridge,
  • freezer
Living/diningroom ground floor
  • double sofa bed,
  • TV(satellite),
  • stove(wood)
bedroom ground floor
  • double bed(190 x 210 cm)
bedroom attic
  • 2x single bed(90 x 200 cm)
bedroom attic
  • 2x single bed(90 x 200 cm)
bathroom ground floor
  • shower,
  • washing machine
toilet ground floor
  • washbasin
heating ground floor
  • heating(central)
  • terrace(roofed)
  • garden(private)
  • bicycle storage
  • garden furniture
  • bicycles available
  • children's bed

Optional costs

Bed linen
Bed linen
possible to rent per package, € 20 p.p./stay, onsite
extra bed linen change € 15 p.p., onsite



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