Fjorde Sieseby

Fjorde Sieseby Cottage is situated on a park-like property on the outskirts of Sieseby, widely considered the most beautiful village on the River Schlei in northern Germany. The building dating back to 1904 – the living area of the former farmstead – was converted into a holiday home within which a modern country house style meets a maritime flair. Vintage furniture, design classics, and works of art by Nordic painters lend the house its unique character.

The centrepiece of the house is the living hall, which opens up to the rafters and features a sitting area by the fireplace, a dining area and a spacious kitchen. And with its two bedrooms the cottage offers space for up to four guests. Both from the house and from the 80 square metre terrace you have a view of the surrounding park landscape with its mature trees and natural pond.

The cottage belongs to the Traumlodge Fjorde Sieseby ensemble, which includes two further holiday homes. 2000 square metres of the 7000 square metre property are reserved exclusively for guests of the cottage.

What to do

Cycling, sailing, canoeing (jetty 600 metres away), fishing, hiking, golf, museum visits, concerts. Excursions to the Baltic Sea, day trips to Flensburg, Eckernförde, Schleswig or the Danish South Sea.

Why we like this house

The lovingly curated interior design with works of art and selected design pieces makes you feel like you’re visiting friends on their country estate.

This house is great for

Couples, holidays with friends – and for families (there is an adventure area with a trampoline).

Details of the property

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Sieseby

Name: Fjorde Sieseby

Scenery: Amidst the scenic Schlei landscape, directly on the outskirts of Sieseby

Accommodation: House

Number of guests: Max. 4

Architecture: Old & new

Completed: 1904, 2018

Design: Peter Kaus


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