The house with its Scandinavian look, dark façade and large asymmetrical green roof is part of the “Meerleben” holiday village, which has been developed by the Munich architect Patric Meier following a common design guideline for thirteen individual wooden houses built according to sustainable construction principles. An endearing as well as coherent project and statement for high-quality living space with a social sense and community spirit.

Inside, a high, spaciously designed living room with a gallery, floor-to-ceiling windows, lots of wood and light clay plaster walls provide moments of brightness. Whether in the open-plan kitchen with adjoining dining table, on the wide window seat with natural cinema or by the fireplace in the evening. On the upper floor, besides the gallery with additional bunk and workplace, there are two separate double bedrooms and one of two bathrooms.

Not only do wide fields extend in front of the door, but you will also find a wide variety of places to sit and retreat – from the large south-west terrace to a bench with morning sun to the fieldstone wall behind the house. Surrounded by wild roses, shrubs and native bushes that merge almost seamlessly into the wide landscape. The beach of the Wohlenberger Wiek is only 800 metres away. Let’s see what the day brings.

Also read our HomeStory.

What to do

Walks and bathing at the child-friendly beach (only a 10-minute walk), small and large bicycle tours (Meerleben is located directly on the Baltic Sea coastal cycle path), wind and kite surfing as well as stand-up paddling (surf school directly on the beach), bird watching, golfing, excursions to the Hanseatic city of Wismar, the Baltic Sea resort of Boltenhagen, to Bothmer Castle in Klütz or to the island of Poel.

Why we like this house

A thoroughly bright and friendly holiday home

This house is great for

Four people - whether for families, couples or friends, whether for holidays or workation.


Public transport: Bus from Wismar via Boltenhagen to Wiek (approx. 10 min walk).


Region DE – Germany, Baltic Sea, Klützer Winkel, Wohlenberger Wiek 
Scenery 800 m from the south beach of the Wohlenberger Wiek
Number of guests Max. 4
Completed 2020
Architect Patric Meier, agmm Architekten + Stadtplaner, Munich
Architecture Modern
Accomodation House
Criteria 1-2 (house/apartment), 1-4 (house/apartment), Beach, Family, Garden, Golf, Sea

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