1-room apartment on the lake side with a terrace on the ground floor. The kitchen is comfortably furnished with dishwasher and oven. Furthermore, the living room has cable TV with LCD technology, stereo, telephone, wireless Internet access and a private mailbox. A car park is 5 to 10 minutes away and costs 4.50 € / day
Holiday with a view Enjoy your best days of the year in spacious holiday apartments in the middle of the historic resort architecture. The contemporary designed houses Delbrück villas are by Dr. Hugo Delbrück, the founder of balneology in Heringsdorf, named. On the extensive garden plot between the beach promenade and Delbrückstraße, next to the Villa Staudt, stood in private times his private home. Today there are a total of 41 high-quality holiday apartments in the same location, which offer you an incomparable view of the Baltic Sea or the extensive park area. In the two main exclusive homes are each 19 spacious apartments. Each of them has its own balcony or terrace. The kitchenettes comfortable 1 to 3 bedroom apartments are furnished including dishwasher and oven. The 36-83 square meter apartments are equipped with cable TV with LCD technology, stereo, telephone, wireless Internet access and a private mailbox. The three apartments in the Remise, a modern outbuilding, of course, meet the same high standards. History The Delbrück villas are named after the Privy Councilor Dr. Ing. Hugo Delbrück named who had Heringsdorf 1872 start for the development Heringsdorf to a "world bath" created as the founder of the corporation. At the same time should also to his sons, Dr. Viktor Delbrück and Dr. Werner Delbrück be reminded. Both continued the work of the father and made especially for the unique Buchenbestand deserves, who was at that time already in Theodeor Fontane's work "My childhood" mentioned. On the spacious garden plot between beach promenade and Delbrückstraße, right next to the Villa Staudt, was until 1994 the villa Hugo Delbruck, who was no longer capable of conservation unfortunately because of their condition.