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Holiday rental in "Worpsweder Töpferei"

Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 70 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Holiday rental in old and new "Worpsweder Töpferei"

At the top of the forest on the Findorff mountain in Worpswede with unique view to Bremen, over the wide Hammeniederung and yet close to the center was built by the ceramist and painter Willi Ohler, my grandfather, a close friend of Bernhard Hoetger and co-initiator of the Worpsweder Art huts, 1926. Home with separate pottery workshop and house.

"Worpsweder Töpferei" " is a 2 bedroom apartment, 45m2, ground floor, spacious and bright, fully renovated, modern and tasteful, etc. furnished with antiques and Worpsweder images: large bright living room with cozy sitting area, tiled floor, comfortable Sofa beds, flat screen TV, stereo / DVD. Cozy bedroom with comfortable box spring bed (160 cm, length 190 cm), skylight. Kitchen (4 hotplates, oven, fridge) fully equipped, separate dining place with dining table, sofa bed, sitting area, floor boards. Shower / toilet. Gas heating , Facilities: coffee maker, kettle, toaster, garden furniture, barbecue. Internet (Wi-Fi, free). To use exclusive large garden with terrace, directly from the living room.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Cuxhaven Duhnen 70 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Hamburg 140 km, Nearest railway: Bremen 20 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General Central heating, Wi-Fi available
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (1), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 8
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The Lower Saxony/Bremen region

Worpswede Worpswede Worpswede .... it is a Wonderland," the painter Paula Becker in 1897 wrote enthusiastically in her diary. The poet Rainer Maria Rilke raved about a "sky of indescribable size and variability." To date, pull Worpswede and the sky above the Weyersberg artists as art aficionados in the spell.

Birch-lined streets lead beyond Bremen to the north, to the edge of the Weyer mountain, at whose feet the world-famous artists village is located. Gently to the wooded sand dune vaulted to 54.4 meters. The houses stand closely surrounded by trees, in a large semi-circle around the mountain.

Worps "means hill," Wedekind "of the forest. A hill forest, yes, that's Worpswede today.

In "Weyer" puts the "therefore gewehte" dune. The term can be translated but also with wood. Hill forest and mountain forest - for the first settlers were the mountain and the village one.


The Teufelsmoor (Devil's Moor) is for conservation of nationwide paramount importance. High and low moors, rivers and flooding landscapes offer endangered animal and plant species habitat and the visitor a unique experience.

The Hammeniederg is one of the most important large-scale wetlands of northwestern Germany and is one of the last large flood landscapes of northwestern Germany. The frequently flooded grasslands and numerous ditches and tributaries grow plants that are found only rarely in other places. Flocks of migratory birds use the lowland areas in winter and in spring numerous birds come to nest in the vast pastures. The landscape of Hammeniederg is dominated by meadows and fens. Middle of the valley is one of the last large shallow lakes, the "width water."

The Osterholz results in lower Hammeniederg on an area of ??27 square kilometers, a nature conservation project of total state representative significance through. In addition to this large-scale conservation project large nature reserves and landscape protection areas are in Teufelsmoor available. Even the old ways of the bog is still there - you just have to go out to learn this strange landscape. Many Myths, Legends, Scary and scarier wound themselves from time immemorial to the Devil's Moor. It is said that the Weyersberg have to owe its origin to the giant Hüklüth: Einstein took the giant Hüklüth occasional marches through the swamp lowlands north of Bremen. In order not to sink into the marshy plain, he carried himself with sand, which he distributed there, where he continued his steps. Thus, the sand surveys at various points and at the edge of Teufelsmoor arisen to top it all the Weyersberg.

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Calendar last updated:16 Jun 2014

Based in Germany

Languages spoken
  • English
  • German