The former fisherman’s house – a listed building from 1800 – is located in the historic part of Travemünde close to the harbour. The brick house, with its curved pediment, has been lovingly restored by the current owners. A side wing added in the 1950s was pulled down in the process and the original appearance largely restored. On the ground floor there are still small ceiling and wall painting fragments from the late 19th Century. The framework structure is visible inside and creates a rustic ambiance. The two bedrooms on the upper floor can accommodate up to 4 people.
The larch-clad garden house has additional space for 1 – 2 persons. The 40 sqm sized building features a bedroom, a living room with pantry kitchen and a bathroom. The garden house can be rented only in addition to the main house. There is also a sauna in the garden.
What to do
Explore the area’s wide sandy beaches and the nature reserve nearby, as well as the city of Lübeck with its World Heritage listed Old Town just 20 kilometers away.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Lübeck-Travemünde
Name: Altstadthaus Travemünde
Scenery: located in the old town of Travemünde
Number of guests: max 4 - 6 people
Architecture: Old & new, Listed building - old
Completed: 1800 / renovation 2009
Design: renovation by Christian Rosehr, Lübeck
Published: Selected for the Heritage Open Day 2011, Tag der Architektur 2016 (Schleswig-Holstein)