Located on the North Frisian island of Amrum „Villa Helgoland“ takes its name from Captain Köhn from Heligoland, who built the house as his residence at the end of the 19th century. The building has been extensively renovated, and now three exclusive apartments can be found that evoke the charm of the old days. Modern lamps give the stylish interior a contemporary twist.
The view from the windows shows why Captain Köhn chose this location: You can look far across the Wadden Sea and directly experience the changing of the tides. On a cold day from the living room, with a hot cup of tea and a fire in the cast iron stove. And in fine weather from the balcony or the terrace on this extensive natural site.
What to do
The apartment Kapitän Köhn has a sauna, the guests of the apartments Sophie Eller and Prinz Alfred have free access to the sauna landscape in the nearby waterpark Wittdün.
Beach, walking, hiking, cycling, mudflat walks, boat trips to the Halligen and neighbouring islands, horse riding, visiting the sights of Amrum (e.g. St. Clemens church, historic Frisian house).
Why we like this house
Stylish apartments in a historic villa directly on the dyke. Best of all: All apartments offer a wide view of the Wadden Sea.
This house is great for
Great for everyone who loves the sea: alone, as a couple or with the family.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Amrum
Name: Villa Helgoland on Amrum
Scenery: on a North Frisian Island, close to the sea.
Number of guests: 3 apartments for 2 to 4 people, in total up to 10 people
Architecture: Old & new
Design: Rüdiger Mumm (Kiel) und Peter Heck-Schau (Amrum)
Published: GEO SAISON