The holiday home „Märkisches Landhaus“ is surrounded by idyllic countryside in the small Brandenburg village of Buchholz. In the 160-year-old stone building – a former Cavalier House – tradition goes along with modern comfort: Original baroque doors, a historic fireplace as well as old wall and ceiling beams create an original atmosphere; but contemporary amenities include floor heating, a sauna and a modern kitchen. The stylish-elegant and pleasantly simple interior contributes to the relaxed atmosphere, as does the view out of the windows over the beautiful landscape. From the terrace you look across wildflower meadows to the woods and with a little luck you can observe deer or cranes.
What to do
Hiking, swimming in the Stechlinsee, boat trips, discover romantic castles, large manor houses, charming villages with their churches and impressive tree avenues, day trips to the Müritz or Baltic Sea, shopping & sightseeing in Berlin.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Brandenburg, Großwoltersdorf, locality Buchholz
Name: Märkisches Landhaus
Scenery: small settlement between woods and fields
Number of guests: 4 people (+ 1 to 2 todllers)
Architecture: Old & new
Completed: Refurbisment 2005
Design: Anette & Mike Stolle (refurbishment)
Published: ”Country” Issue #4, 2006 (ger)