The Kapitänshaus (captain’s house) Wieck is a lovingly restored house with a view of the Bodden lagoons in the resort of Wieck auf dem Darß on Germany’s Baltic coast. Dating back to 1850, the house is heritage listed and situated amidst a mature garden with beautiful old trees. From the thatched roof that hangs over the façade to the windows and the front door, the building displays all the typical elements of a traditional Darßer house. Inside, the Darßer house floor plan has been preserved: the living and sleeping areas are accessed via a central corridor, while the kitchen forms the heart of the house. By removing a wall between the two living rooms and opening the kitchen out to the glazed extension, the house now also features spacious open rooms. An old wooden staircase leads to the attic, where you will find three further bedrooms, a bathroom and a sauna.
What to do
The Bodden is within walking distance, the beaches in the west and north can be easily reached by bike. Fishing, trips to the Hanseatic cities of Stralsund and Rostock or to the islands of Rügen and Hiddensee, exhibitions and concerts, cycling, horse riding and carriage rides, swimming in the Baltic Sea or Bodden, sailing / surfing / kiting, animal and bird watching, hiking, and Zeesenboot driving.
Why we like this house
The simple, modern interior with its colourful built-in furniture forms a pleasant contrast to the historic ambience of the house.
This house is great for
Families - not only during the summer holiday, but also in the colder months since it features both a sauna and a fireplace.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wieck a. Darß
Scenery: By the sea
Number of guests: 1-8
Architecture: Old & new
Design: Eva Feß-Hollenbach