The Logierhaus M in Esens near the East Frisian North Sea coast is a guesthouse that combines the charm of the Belle Epoque with the simplicity of Nordic design and East Frisian hospitality. In this renovated and converted Art Nouveau villa dating back to 1912, as well as an annex from the 1970s, six individual guest rooms of different sizes await you. The rooms are all similarly designed and equipped: all have their own bathroom and a small kitchenette. The owner – who is also an interior designer and carpenter – designed these kitchen islands especially for the Logierhaus and made them out of sideboards. Here guests can brew their own coastal coffee from a local roastery or prepare East Frisian tea in a porcelain cup decorated with the original East Frisian rose. And in the morning, your host will prepare a selection of breakfast ingredients in small jars in the small refrigerator.
The four rooms in the main house have a lot of flair with their century-old white lacquered floorboards, exposed masonry and historic doors. The two studios in the annex in contrast offer a maritime ambience: hand-painted tiles with fish motifs adorn the walls of the berths. The studios face the garden and feature floor-to-ceiling windows and a wooden terrace.
What to do
The Wadden Sea just 5 km away, hiking, cycling, day trips to the East Frisian islands Langeoog and Spiekeroog, the tea museum in Norden, the fishing village of Carolinensiel with a marina and a harbour museum. The Logierhaus is in a quiet location, but very close to the city centre with shops and restaurants.
Why we like this house
A stylish retreat near the coast: experience the East Frisian freedom, enjoy the delicious three course East Frisian tea, and let the salty sea breeze blow through your hair.
This house is great for
Logierhaus M is a gayfriendly hideaway. No accommodation is provided for children.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Lower Saxony, East Frisia, Esens
Name: Logierhaus M
Scenery: In a quiet location but close to the city center
Number of guests: 6 rooms/studios à 2 guests
Architecture: Old & new, Historical
Completed: Autumn 2018
Design: Deeken Henke Architekten, Esens