If you appreciate a cozy atmosphere, but still want to enjoy all the benefits of modern communication, but also like reading and playing or looking in the garden on a romantic pond, then here you will find everything you need: library, wireless Internet access, flat screen TV , Music system with ipod attachment, DVD player, but also many games for all ages, modern kitchen and modern bathroom, washing machine in the basement, sleeps 4 in two bedrooms, a balcony where the sun shines from noon to evenings, and a beautiful garden with garden furniture and a barbecue. The apartment is located in a quiet side street. The beach is 8 minutes walk. Towels and bed linen are please bring your own.
Golf: The golf course Seeschlösschen Timmendorfer beach is one of the most beautiful and popular golf courses in northern Germany and only 35 minutes away from Hamburg.
The golf course in Timmendorfer Strand, opened in 1973, was designed by renowned golf course architect Dr. Ing. Bernhard von Limburger designed and is the only 36 holes plant in Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg. It is an attraction for golfers of all leagues and attraction for guests from home and abroad. The thatched clubhouse is a hospitable center and landmark of the complex at the same time. Also in about 15 minutes by car away seaside resort Travemünde there is another beautiful golf course.
In the immediate vicinity of the Bay of Lübeck, the two courses present golf experiences in a maritime atmosphere. The maritime climate ensures that you drive home after a day of golf, as if you came straight from vacation. In addition, your immune system is protected by the marine climate and makes you fit for the week. Travemünde also offers a casino, many restaurants and shops and a harbor.
A trip to the about 25 minutes by car away old Hanseatic city of Lübeck is always worthwhile. The old town with its narrow streets and listed half-timbered houses is worth seeing. The Holstentor is as world famous as the Lübeck marzipan. During a trip to Lübeck, you should also plan a visit to the Thomas Mann House.