Our historically protected Gulfhof from 1806 is located in a secluded location, directly on the North Sea dike and not far from the small coastal town of Bensersiel.
Lost to ruin over the years, the jewel was kissed awake from a long slumber in 2016. In the renovation, much emphasis was placed on the preservation of old buildings and the preservation of charismatic details. Thus, the new lattice windows and doors were modeled on their 200-year-old role models. The facade was lavishly cleaned, the joints cut out and grouted in historically correct shell limestone.
High ceilings, thick beams and the large lattice windows characterize the appearance of the bright apartment. Real wood floors, the modern furnishings, selected details and paintings by the Esenser artist Käthe Janssen complete the charm of the apartment.
Our southwest-facing terrace offers unobstructed views of the adjacent bird sanctuary and conservation area. Garden furniture, parasol, barbecue and hammock are available for use.
Cooking enthusiasts will enjoy themselves in the fully equipped kitchen. Anyone who misses his coffee despite Ostfriesentee will be pleased with the Nespresso machine and milk frother.
Bedroom 1 is a cuddly nest for couples; a specially designed loft bed in bedroom 2 can accommodate up to four children, but can alternatively be used by up to two adult traveling companions.
For beach walks, children's fun and to transport "liquid Boßelproviant" ;-) is a real wagon ready.