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Tiny house Germany
Imagine having to live in a hilly landscape, or by the tranquil waters, or on the edge of a small village in Germany. In a tiny house in Germany, you can enjoy all of this for as long as you want. Stay away from the crowd and relax! Germany, a country that is famous for its history, remarkable architecture, cars, football, and beer is also surrounded by natural landscapes. So what are you waiting for? Book a tiny holiday house in Germany now!
Due to Germany's geographical location, the vegetation greatly differs from that of its neighboring countries. Industrialization and deforestation have caused a decrease in the natural vegetation but it is still worth a visit. The tiny house you choose will be located near areas that are covered by oak trees or in the middle of hornbeam forests. The central uplands of Germany are predominantly covered with Fagus sylvatica or trees with a dense leaf canopy that few plants can survive beneath. They are also known as beech trees and they survive on weak soils. You will come across this during your hike. What's more is that conifers such as Douglas, spruces, and Japanese larch are increasing as a result of afforestation. These are found in sandy soil. Various species of ferns, beautiful and vibrant flowers, fungi, and mosses can also be found here. Saarland is an area in the south-west of Germany famous for its mesmerizing landscapes. A third of this area is covered with deciduous forest. Together with Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate, it has the largest percentage of forest in the country. Mixed forests can also be found in the highest elevations of the Alps. The forests have been exposed to acid rain pollution, power plants, and factory emissions. Despite this, Germany has a stunning diversity of natural vistas where you can relax and enjoy the natural beauty that this country has to offer.
Say hello to a wide range of wildlife in Germany! If your tiny house is located in the middle of fields, in the forests, or on top of a mountain, you will be able to see varieties of deer, quail, and pheasant. Chamois and ibex are most likely to be found in the Alpine regions. Red deer, roe deer, wild boar, and wild cats can be spotted in the hilly regions. The polecat, beaver, and badger are found in the central and southern uplands. This is partly due to good hunting management. You may also spot an otter, badger, or fox during one of your hikes! The Black Forest is one of Germany's most famous regions, nevertheless, you will still be able to find many undiscovered spots. The tidal flats of LowerSaxony is a vital area for the European migration of ducks, geese, and waders. You may come across some reptiles like salamanders, lizards, or snakes! Don't worry, only the adder snake is poisonous, so beware. Various migratory birds cross Germany in the spring and autumn season. Silently feeding hidden in the branches above your head .... would you have seen them? Imagine booking a tiny house and having these wildlives as your neighbors!
In the natural environment that Germany has to offer, there are plenty of activities that you could do apart from drinking beer! Are you an adventurous person? From hiking to skiing, you can do any activity you like during your vacation in Germany. If you are a cyclist then be prepared to take a wonderful route across the region of Konstanz. Why should you go here? It is embedded in the Alps and passes through medieval villages, castles, green landscapes. During your journey, you will notice the amazing nature with a famous German flare for excellence. Not up for biking? A ferry on the lake is always available for you to approach the shoreline.
Inside your tiny house
Your tiny house is fully equipped to give you the best holiday experience. Although it is tiny, it has all the necessary facilities that won’t make you feel like you are out of the home. Some houses will be suitable for two or some for six! Facilities like an oven, dishwasher, internet, washing machine, tv, fireplace, or even bbq will be available in the tiny house you desire to choose. During warmer weather conditions, you can also enjoy the pool if the tiny house offers one. To look for these facilities, you can simply look at the filters on the left side of the page, click on the ones you want and the results will be as follows. Do not worry, we also have simple holiday houses that will provide you with all the necessary amenities and space that will make your weekend unforgettable. As a bonus to all of the houses, the beautiful surroundings and views will keep you busy for a while! The tiny house is also sustainable from within. There will be green electricity, waste separation systems: residual waste, glass, paper/cardboard, plastics, and use of biological cleaning products. Internet services will be available and some tents will also permit your pets inside the tiny house!
Best time to visit Germany
The weather in Germany is almost the same as the countries surrounding it. There are four distinct seasons but it can be unpredictable. Summers are warm, winters are cold and wet but spring and fall are the best! Read ahead to find out how to prepare for the weather in Germany and what to pack with you. May through September is the best time to visit the country for good weather! Make sure to take an umbrella with you however if you’re travelling during the months of May and June. If you want to avoid the rain and enjoy the sun then July and September are the best months to visit. The temperatures will be between 20°C and 25°C. Looking for ski opportunities and adventures in the cold? December is another one of the coldest months in this country. The temperatures may go as low as -1°C so bring your heavy coats, gloves, and boots for staying dry and warm! This is the best time to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s eve with your family at one of our tiny houses. Imagine yourself sipping hot chocolate with marshmallows and sitting by the campfire and enjoying the views of the snowy hills or fields from your tiny house. Oh, how lovely! You can even visit the Christmas markets in Hamburg with all the holiday lights and hot cider.