Seehotel am Neuklostersee

The “Seehotel” is idyllically situated in the middle of a nature reserve on the shore of the Neuklostersee. In GDR times, the old brick farm house and the thatched timber-framed barn were used as LPG (agricultural cooperative) holiday homes. Remodeled and expanded over the years, the facility now serves as a hotel. One with a rural charm as even animals (cats, sheep and horses) live here. All rooms, suites and the 3 cottages are individually designed with attention to detail.

Great fun for the little ones is the family hotel in an converted transformer tower – so many fascinating things are waiting to be discovered here. And the adult guests will love the spa , the swimming pool with an open fireplace as well as the Slow Food Restaurant in the brick house with lake terrace, which has been awarded the Bib Gourmand.

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What to do

Wellness area with swimming pool and various saunas, massages & treatments, yoga, tennis, horse riding (hotel owned horses), swimming, sailing, surfing, SUP, fishing, rowing boat, pedalo or canoeing. Cycling, walks, Nordic walking, golf. Cultural events in the Kunstscheune (theatre, readings, concerts). Excursions to Schwerin, Wismar, Heiligendamm and Bad Doberan, Güstrow. Neukoster with Cistercian monastery and high ropes course. The Seehotel is situated on the route of the European Brick Gothic.

Why we like this house

Wellness, culture & nature: Seehotel is a small cosmos of its own, which you don't want to leave again quickly - although the surroundings also have a lot to offer.

This house is great for

For individuals, couples and families.
The Kunstscheune can be booked for private or business events (e.g. weddings, birthdays, workshops, seminars). You can also get married here.


Details of the property

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Nakenstorf (near Wismar)

Name: Seehotel am Neuklostersee

Scenery: country, lakeside

Accommodation: House, Hotel

Number of guests: 26 rooms and suites; 3 cottages for 2 adults + 3 children each

Architecture: Old & new, Modern

Completed: built in 1914, 1993 (conversion) 2004/2008 (extensions)

Design: Johanne Nalbach , DE-Berlin

Published: many German Newspapers (Capital, Impulse, die Zeit ...), GEO Saison 2/2010: "One of the 100 best hotels in Europe!"

Special Features: Slow-food-restaurant.

Awards: GEO Saison 2/2010: "One of the best hotels in Europe!"


3 Comments

Göbel said:

Wunderbare Urlaubstage am Neuklostersee genossen. Wir wohnten in einem der drei Ferienhäuser. Unseren Kindern und uns hat es sehr gut gefallen. Highlights der Kids waren die Schlafempore, das Schwimmbad, die Schafe, der See und der große Garten. Wir Eltern waren von der exzellenten Küche und den Anwendungen begeistert. Wir kommen sehr gerne wieder.

Lisa said:

Wunderschönes Hotel, superfreundliche Mitarbeiter, tolles Restaurant.
Die Zimmer in der Badescheune sind leider sehr hellhörig.

Regina said:

Wunderschöne Sommerfrische – jedes Detail stilsicher ausgeführt, traumhaftes Essen, auch bei schlechtem Wetter durch den Innenpool und Wellnessbereich eine Oase der Entspannung. Wir waren mit zwei Kindern hier – alle haben sich vom ersten Moment an wohl gefühlt. Wir kommen ganz sicher wieder…

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