The Schwedenrot holiday complex is located between the sea and the Achterwasser in the former fishing village of Loddin on the island of Usedom. Pine trees, rowan trees and sea buckthorn surround the five wooden-clad houses. Their facades, painted in the original Swedish red, give the complex the character of a small Swedish village. There are 14 holiday homes of different sizes: apartments for two to four people and maisonette apartments for four to eight people. They are spacious and simple, but with high quality furnishings. The materials used here are cedar, pitch pine, granite, marble, stainless steel and oak. All apartments have a terrace and are equipped with a sauna and a fireplace, so that you can feel at home during all seasons. Its central location on the island makes the resort a good starting point for excursions, hikes or bike rides.
What to do
The beach can be reached in about 10 minutes on foot. Watersports, fishing, biking, mini golf, horse riding, karting, climbing park, visits to the seaside resorts
Why we like this house
Simple and nice furnished apartments with fireplace and sauna.
This house is great for
Ideal for families! Also suitable for guests with limited mobility (the flats are accessible via the ground floor or ramps and are largely barrier-free).
|Region/Town||DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Usedom, Loddin, Kölpinsee|
|Scenery||Small village between the sea and the lagoon|
|Number of guests||14 apartments for 2-8 persons|
|Design||Martin Focks, Steinach, focks-architekten.de|
|Criteria||1-2 (house/apartment), 1-4 (house/apartment), 1-6 (house/apartment), 1-8 (house/apartment), Apartments combinable, Barrier-free, Beach, Family, Island, Sauna, Sea|
|Same Partners||Che Bella Vista, Alte Scheune Loddin|
|Same Architects||Che Bella Vista, Alte Scheune Loddin|