The apartment on the ground floor is very comfortably furnished and equipped with many old collectibles.
It faces away from the street with a view of a large garden. You can enter it directly from the living room. Here you can forget the outside world, switch off, and take time for yourself or enjoy with friends and family.
The large garden offers plenty of space and invites you to rest, play, barbecue or run around ... because of course children are welcome.
The bedroom has two single beds (90 x 200 cm). In the living room is a pull-out sofa (bed 160 x 200 cm) on the two more people can sleep.
In the kitchen you will find everything you need for cooking and baking, and in the garden you can depending on the season on cherries, berries and apples serve.
Leisure activities in the area:
The Hanseatic city of Warburg is about 7 km away and is considered one of the most beautiful small towns in Germany with a medieval core, good shopping and an interesting cultural offer. Bad Arolsen is 12 km away. There stands the baroque residence castle of the princes of Waldeck-Pyrmont. A highlight of the summer are the baroque festivals taking place there.
The Diemeltal is a unique natural landscape in the "three-country corner" of North Rhine-Westphalia, Hesse and Lower Saxony, and the Diemel itself is one of the most beautiful paddling areas. Diemelstadt is located in the middle of the 110 km long Diemelradwegs. You can cycle from Wethen to the source of the Diemel to Usseln or in the other direction to its mouth in Bad Karlshafen!
Nearby there are more beautiful hiking trails.
The cities of Kassel and Paderborn are each about 45 km away and can be easily reached by car, or from the train station in Warburg, by train.
By car you reach Diemelstadt / Wethen via the A44, coming from Kassel via the exit "Warburg" and coming from Dortmund via the exit "Diemelstadt".
Warburg has a very well-developed station, each with a direct ICE connection through the Ruhr area to Cologne and Kassel, Fulda and Würzburg to Munich. IC connections are also available to Berlin and Leipzig or Dresden via Weimar. Several times a day a regional train goes to Münster. Between Warburg and Diemelstadt there is a good, on weekdays hourly operating bus service.