Tambari is the name of an old fishing “cutter” in a children’s book from the GDR era. Like this fishing boat, the holiday house Tambari is located in a village near the Bodden on the Baltic Sea. The cubic timber house combines ecology and design: Not does it only look good, it’s also built in an energy-efficient and sustainable way.
Inside the house great emphasis has been placed on ecological materials too. You can sleep comfortably in metal-free beds made of natural materials after a day at the Baltic or the Bodden. If the weather is nice, the large wooden terrace invites you out to rest, if it’s too cold the oven provides cozy warmth in the living room. During cold and stormy weather the sauna – which is located in a wooden house in the garden – is a great place to warm up. From the quiet room with panoramic windows, you can enjoy sunsets and views in the open countryside.
What to do
From the home and the garden: In spring and autumn bird lovers can watch the bird migration of cranes and wild geese.
At the Bodden and the Baltic Sea: nature and bird watching, cycling and hiking, horseback riding, surfing and kite surfing, skating, swimming, swimming, volleyball, sailing, canoeing and kayaking, diving.
Why we like this house
Here you live away from the tourist hustle and bustle with a wide view of nature.
This house is great for
Nature lovers and anyone looking to relax and unwind.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Neu Bartelshagen
Name: Ferienhaus Tambari
Scenery: in the lagoon area (Bodden) of the Baltic Sea coast
Number of guests: 2 - 4 people
Design: Johannes Kaufmann, Dornbirn/Vienna jkarch.at