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ID: BN64647/140942
Holiday Rentals,Hollern-Twielenfleth Real estate
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Holiday Rentals for rent
per week from 390.00 EUR
de- Hollern-Twielenfleth
Lower Saxony, Germany

Available according to agreement
Firma Bungalow.Net BV
NL 8011 Zwolle
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per week:
from 390.00 EUR
Terrace yes,Terrace
Beach accessyes,Beach access
Short description
Just behind a dam of the Elbe River lies this holiday park with 135 holiday homes. The area around the park is called the "Alte Land". The "Alte Land" is the largest contiguous fruit-growing area in Germany. The cozy and rustic cabins of the park are scattered among an orchard, which means the houses are surrounded by fruit trees. In April you can smell the delicious fragrance of the flowers, and you are sure not to get enough of the wonderful colors! The "Alte Land" is situated between the old Hanseatic city of Stade (only 5.5 kilometers from the park) and Hamburg. Once you drive through the "Altländer Tor" (gate of the park) your holiday begins. The reception staff will welcome you warmly and provide you with more information regarding your accommodation, activities and facilities of the park and its surroundings. They can also provide you with coupons for attractions in the area and reserve tickets for you to musical performances in Hamburg. The park has cabins suitable for four to six persons. You can stay in a truly luxuriously furnished timbered house or in a cozy cottage with standard gable roof. In the park no one will be bored. For adults, the restaurant has culinary theme nights such as a Spanish, Greek or Italian night. You can also come here for lunch. For children there is also plenty to do. For example, from the magician / clown Roberto children can learn circus acts, or participate in the autumn, kite, apple and pumpkin festivals. For older youth there are discos and open-air cinema evenings. You can rent bicycles in the park, play tennis, visit the library and borrow books or do a little shopping in the store. The service center has a kiosk with magazines plus an Internet and fax connection. You can also get sandwiches every day for breakfast. The park has a laundry room with a washer and dryer. If you like swimming, you can buy tickets at the park for the heated outdoor pool that is a short distance from the park. In short, this park has all the comfort you need for a carefree holiday! 

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Holiday Park; In the countryside; Near water
The fruit-growing area "Das Alte Land' has a long and rich history. It stretches from the Süderelbe (Southern Elbe) at Moorburg (adjacent to Hamburg) to the Schwinge River of Stade. The German name is "Olland" which refers to the colonization by Dutch monks during the 12th century. The drawbridges, windmills and ribbon villages still recall those days. Three 100-year-old farms adorn the landscape. Their facades are beautifully decorated with tile mosaics and geometric symbols that offered protection and revealed prosperity. The spells written on the arches of the gates are sumptuous to read and tell something about the first inhabitants of the old country. The first fruit harvest was 650 years ago. About ten million trees now grow in the great fruit-growing areas of northern Europe. From mid-April to mid-May cherry, apple, pear and plum trees blossom. The beautiful soft pink flowers help you to imagine yourself in a magical landscape. The fruit also has a cultural value. Thus, the first week of May the "Blütenfest" (flower festival) is celebrated. During the second weekend of September there is a fruit growers 'open house' where you can not only view the old farms, but can also sample the various types of juicy apples and pears. In the summer you can explore the area wonderfully on an old bike or on foot. There are many cycling trails in the region (from 15 to 40 km). For those who can not get enough of cycling, the Elbe cycling route from the Erzgebirge to the city, is a true challenge. There are also special routes for inline skaters which run along the peaceful dikes. In both summer and winter you can enjoy plenty of fresh air on the dike while watching the big ships on their way to and from the port of Hamburg. If you prefer something quieter, you can take an informative cruise on the tributaries of the Elbe or enjoy a sightseeing tour by bus (Altländertour) which passes by typical picturesque old farmhouses, churches and museums. The lattice work of the Grünendeich church dating from the 17th century is also worth a visit. The churches of Neuenfelde and Steinkirchen have famous organs that date from the early 18th century and were built by Arp Schnitger. Organ concerts are frequently given. The pulpit in the church of Neuenfelde is also one of the finest in Germany. The "Altes Land" Museum in the pearl of the old country - the town Jork - offers a wealth of information. The old city hall of "Gräfenhof" dates from the 12th century. Arts and crafts can be found in many galleries around Jork. The old "Schiffershaus" in Lühe is also quite remarkable. Wall and ceiling paintings adorn not only the house, but also tell something about the history of the peasant skippers. In the gallery you will find contemporary art, furniture and accessories on display. Day trips can be made to the Hanseatic cities of Hamburg and Stade. In the 17th century, the Swedes built a fortress in the Hanseatic city of Stade. There are still remnants of the fortifications around the city. When you approach Stade you can see the towers of the churches of St. Wilhardi and St. Cosmae from afar. You can stroll through ancient alleyways and visit nice shops. The old port in the old town is like a picture from a picture book. Hamburg is another city that you must experience. It is a city full of sights and highlights: the Auβenalster, the church of St. Michaelis (Michel as it is affectionately called), the port, the "Hanseviertel" etc. Of course you can also enjoy a night out in this metropolis. A musical performance should not be missed either.
The cozy and rustic cabins of the park are scattered in an orchard, so the houses are surrounded by fruit trees. The Robinson-type bungalow offers space (approx. 59 m2) for up to 6 persons and has a spacious living room with sitting area and TV. The kitchen has a dining area, a 4-burner stove with oven and a fridge/freezer. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one furnished with two single beds (or one double bed). The other bedroom has two single beds and in some cases even a bed and a loft bed. Some living rooms of the Robinson-type bungalow have a sofa bed. There is a bathroom with a shower, toilet and sink. There is also a handy storage space. Outside on the terrace you can enjoy the beautiful location among the trees 
Possibility nearby / Möglichkeiten in der Nähe: Fishing 


Pets (maximum 2) allowed upon request 5 € / day. There is an additional charge of 10,- (starting with the 2nd pet) for the final cleaning. 
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