Zechlinerhütte is an attractive resort in the Rheinsberg Lake District in Brandenburg and a district of the city of Rheinsberg. Zechlinerhütte lies in the midst of a forest and lake-rich environment directly at the Schlabornsee. The surrounding lakes offer ideal conditions for water sports enthusiasts and anglers. For water walkers, the area is particularly attractive because the many waters of the region are all interconnected. Also for cyclists and hikers a trip in the undisturbed and quiet nature of the region is recommended. In the forests, there are good conditions for watching birds and game or gathering mushrooms. In the village there is a small restaurant and a supermarket with bakery. It is about 2 km to the larger supermarket and train station. The nearest motorway junction is about 40 km away. The nearest lake is the Große Zechliner See and is about 2 km away. It is about 12km to Rheinsberg. Rheinsberg is a state-approved resort. By the Prussian crown prince Friedrich, who in the 18. In the 18th century Rococo Castle in Rheinsberg, the town became a thriving cultural center and inspired, among others, Kurt Tucholsky and Theodor Fontane. Today, on the grounds of the castle, which also houses a theater, the chamber opera and the Kurt Tucholsky Museum, the annual chamber opera festival and other music events take place every year. In addition to the interesting old town with numerous restaurants and cafes include passenger shipping, boat and bicycle rental and a bathing establishment on Grienericksee to the visitor's magnet in the village. Connection to the long distance cycle path Berlin-Kopenhagen is in 20 km.