House Lillesol, situated in a housing development at the historic spa gardens in the seaside resort of Juliusruh auf Rügen, is set apart by its deep sense of simplicity. The wood-paneled building makes a striking impression simply with its pared-down design and the choice of materials and colors. Over time, the larch wood will develop a grayer tone and adapt to the color of the gray plastered surfaces and window frames.
The design of the interiors also follows this principle of sticking to a quiet color palette and only a few high-quality materials. The floors are made of sand-colored, Italian stone, the furniture of oiled wild oak, and the curtains are plain gray. The large windows offer sweeping views of the baroque gardens while the gallery and resulting room height of seven meters create a generous and bright ambience. The fireplace provides cosiness and the sauna is perfect for warming up after a walk on the beach in the cold season. With its three bedrooms, the house offers space for up to six people.
What to do
Kap Arkona, the fishing village Vitt, cycle paths, a ferry service to Hiddensee, chalk cliffs, fashionable sea baths, fishing, White Cliffs Rügen, the sea museum and oceaneum in Stralsund, riding, sailing, surfing, kitesurfing and hiking.
Why we like this house
Modern and simple architecture overlooking the nearby park and close to the beach.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Breege-Juliusruh
Scenery: small village on a Baltic Sea island
Number of guests: three bedrooms, for up to 6 people
Design: Peter Dobelstein, Dobelstein Architektur, Bergen auf Rügen; interior design: Michaela Fasold