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Saxony & Thuringia

In our holiday homes you can get to know the different facets of the two German federal states: wild and romantic nature in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains or the 'primeval forest' of the Hainich National Park; creative flair in an old factory in Leipzig or stately ambience in a castle in the Saxon Switzerland; century-old history in the Bach town of Arnstadt or in the architectural jewel of Görlitz; special houses such as a listed Umgebindehaus, a half-timbered house typical of Upper Lusatia, or an icon of modernism by Hans Scharoun in the Lausitz region.

Bahnwärterhaus Droßdorf

The last train passed many years ago, and today the former signalman´s house is secluded in the quiet, hilly landscape of the Saxon Vogtland. A Dutch/ German family from the Black Forest well in love with the 150 year old house and revitalised the building. …

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Saxony, Droßdorf Vogtland

Scenery: secluded location between green meadows and wooded hilltops

Accommodation: House


Altendorfer Vorwerk

The „Altendorfer Vorwerk“ is located on a sunny plain above the Elbe valley in Saxon Switzerland. The impressive half-timbered building stands on historic ground: It was built on the walls of an ancient estate from the 12th century. …

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Saxony, Saxon Switzerland, Altendorf (near Bad Schandau)

Scenery: in a small town in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains

Accommodation: Apartment


Haus Schminke

On the eastern edge of the Lusatian Mountains a family villa gives a nod to tradition and pays tribute to its past. Drawing on classical elements like the English garden as well as functionalism, this home, designed for the Schminke manufacturing family in the 1930s, has become a revolutionary example of modern architecture.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Saxony, Löbau

Scenery: Stadtrand

Accommodation: House


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