The Hainich in the northwest of Thuringia is the largest continuous deciduous forest in Germany. Directly adjacent to the World Heritage the chalet village Hainichhöfe sits on a small hill with an unobstructed view to the Thuringian basin. Each of the six comfortable chalets offers on 70 sq m of space for 4 people.
Walls, floors and ceilings made of wood and the fireplace create a cozy cottage ambiance whilst the simple decor in Scandinavian style adds a modern touch. Sustainability and regionalilty are central to Hainichhöfe. Since the timber module houses were pre-transported to the site and placed on screw foundations, interventions to conservation areas in the natural park could be minimized. The houses, including furnishings, are 90 percent Thuringen-made – from the wooden beams to the welcome basket of local produce.
What to do
Hiking, running, biking, cooking, reading, yoga, culture (cities such as Weimar, Jena, Erfurt, Eisenach, etc. are very close)
Why we like this house
Comfortable retreats in a simple, elegant design surrounded by nature.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Thuringia, Mülverstedt
Scenery: Peaceful place right on the National Park Hainich
Number of guests: Several chalets. Each can accommodate four people.
Design: HainichConsult, Bad Langensalza
Published: emotion slow 03/04 2020
Awards: Thüringer Tourismuspreis 2017