Nieblum on Föhr is known for its splendid captain’s houses and is considered to be the most beautiful village on the North Frisian island. In a linden-lined village lane you’ll find House Steuermann: a white thatched building dating to 1814. Once used by farmers and bakers, sailors and students, the building now accommodates holiday guests in two apartments. The ambiance is fresh and clean: white meets pastel-colored details and light wood. The living, dining and kitchen areas flow into one another; glass doors (on the ground floor) and glass balustrades reinforce the airy look. Custom-made furniture is combined with modern design classics. Both apartments are similar in style, yet they differ in size. Apartment Steuermann West has space for six people and features a sauna, Steuermann Ost accommodates four people.
What to do
Beach, mudflats, water sports, cycling, boating, horseback riding, museums, golf.
Why we like this house
A historical Frisian house with an elegant and modern interior design.
|Region/Town||DE – Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Föhr, Nieblum|
|Scenery||small village on a North Sea island|
|Number of guests||western house up to 6 people, eastern house up to 4 people|
|Design||grotheer architektur, Wyk auf Föhr|
|Published||ELLE Best of Germany 1/2018|
|Architecture||Old & new|
|Criteria||1-2 (house/apartment), 1-4 (house/apartment), 1-6 (house/apartment), Apartments combinable, Beach, Hiking, Island, Sauna, Sea|
|Same Architects||Kliffhuus, Hygge Hus|
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