Hof Flieth

Two houses made of brick and fieldstone, all around colourful meadows, wide fields, deep tranquillity. A rediscovered and revitalised property in the Uckermark that delights with historic charm, a wonderfully wildly blossoming garden and good ideas for life in the countryside.

The hilly end moraine landscape with its numerous pretty lakes, small forests and sleepy villages is often referred to as the “Tuscany of the North”. In the middle of it all, between the Uckermäkische Seen Nature Park and the Schorfheide-Chorin Biosphere Reserve, lies the village of Flieth along with the farm of the same name. An accommodation with two options – a barn converted into a holiday home with a casual loft character for up to six people and a two-person appartment with a rural, cosy flair.

The cottage, a fieldstone building with courtyard and huge garden, is set slightly back from the road. On the ground floor, a living room structured by black steel girders and wooden beams, with a kitchen unit, sofa corner, fireplace, sociable dining table and an open gallery with two double beds, opens up to a height of six metres. On the ground floor there is another bedroom with a double bed and a bathroom. The large living room door leads to the south-facing terrace with fireplace and the perennial garden created by landscape designer Rainer Elstermann, which flows directly into the wide landscape.

The holiday appartment is integrated into the old main house, a brick building from 1880, where the owners live. Yet it has its own entrance as well as a small front garden where the sun comes by any time of the day. Wherever possible, historical details such as the ceiling beams have been made visible again, which in combination with the warm lighting, the clay and lime walls, the simple kitchen and the tiled stove convey the feeling of a farm holiday. Towards the back of the unit is the bedroom, as well as a bathroom that enjoys the morning sun.

If you walk outside the door, past the neighbour’s sheep, out into the fields, into the nearby woods or to the two Ucker lakes, you might meet storks, cranes and eagles, deer, hares and foxes.

What to do

Hikes through the nature reserves, cycling, swimming in the two Ucker lakes around the corner or in one of the many other lakes, relaxing at the farm, yoga, meditation and board games, walking through Flieht to the church ruins, to the beer garden, to the café for breakfast or to Pechberg, a hilltop grave from which you can watch animals, the sunrise and sunset and the starry sky, excursions to the villages of Fergitz, Pinnow, Gross Fredenwalde as well as culture and regional culinary delights in the nearby "Grosser Garten" in Gerswalde.

Why we like this house

Idyllic holiday in the countryside with two passionately renovated accommodations and a beautifully landscaped garden as the natural habitat for people and animals.

This house is great for

Families, friends and couples, lovers of historic accommodation, nature and inspiration seekers; open for workshops and retreats. Due to its construction, the house is not suitable for children under 7 years of age.


Public transport: By train from Berlin to Wilmersdorf (near Angermünde) 1h, then continue by bus (approx. 10 min.) to Flieth or by bike (approx. 30 - 40 min.), E-charging station at the local organic food shop.


Region Brandenburg, DE – Germany, Uckermark, Flieth-Stegelitz
Name Hof Flieth
Scenery Nestled between the Uckermäkische Seen Nature Park and the Schorfheide-Chorin Biosphere Reserve
Number of guests Max. 6 in the barn, max. 2 in the guest appartment
Completed 1880 / 2023
Design Stefan Heinrichs, Gary Abela, Andreas Zaremba, Garden Design: Rainer Elstermann
Published Gardens of Now, Rainer Elstermann; Uckermark Porträts by Jonathan Teklu and York Christoph Riccius, Berliner Zeitung & Feature in Outthere Magazine
Architecture Old & new
Accomodation Apartment, House
Criteria 1-2 (house/apartment), 1-6 (house/apartment), Dog-friendly, Family, Garden, No car needed

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