Holiday house

Huize Hubertus


Huize Hubertus is located in the village Sankt Andreasberg, in the middle of the German Harz Mountains. A large part of this mountain range is a nature park with extensive forests, rivers, streams and hidden lakes.
The border between the former Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic ran right through the mountains until 1989. An old, restored border crossing is still a silent witness of this historical dichotomy.
For lovers of old steam trains since 1991 the HSB, the Harzer Schmalspurbahnen, with a total length of 140 km narrow gauge railway, is the largest narrow-gauge railway in Germany. Twenty-five steam locomotives, 44 smoking and smoking, are stationed. One of the trains tufts to the Brocken, the highest and most rugged mountain in this mystical mountain range, and with a height of 1141 meters the highest mountain in Northern Germany.
The town is an ideal starting point for hikes and bike rides. In winter, and in sufficient snow, you can go skiing and cross-country skiing on the slopes in the village. You can also tie the sliding irons into nearby Sonneberg and Braunlage.

The host, Mieke & Ronnie

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We, that is Mieke Wortel (1956, Amersfoort) and Ronnie Jongert (1951, The Hague). In January 2018 we bought Huize Hubertus, after a long time in every corner of Europe we were looking for a small project for the autumn days of our lives. Our love by Germany has existed for some time, partly because friends of ours live in Berlin and we regularly stayed with our eastern neighbors. And we had discovered the beauty of the Harz.

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Minimum stay 7 nights
Week € 850.00
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Night € 121.00
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Minimum stay 7 nights
Week € 850.00
Midweek -
Night € 121.00
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Sankt Andreasberg, the highest town in the Harz, is surrounded by colorful alpine meadows, with 200 km of hiking trails through the mountains and valleys, the Harz National Park and the Harzer-Hexen-Stieg. Further possibilities are: climbing in the Hochseilgarten, Nordic walking, mountain biking, summer tobogganing, archery, tennis and swimming. The village offers fun, sport and relaxation. As a winter sports destination, Sankt Andreasberg offers one of the highest winter sports areas in the Oberharz with the Matthias-Schmidt-Berg and Sonnenberg ski stations. In short: ample opportunities for cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snow tubing and of course: extensive hiking trails for winter walks. SUMMER ACTIVITIES A good reason for a holiday in the Harz is nature: the northernmost low mountain range in Germany with lots of forest, the Harz National Park, the Brocken with a natural tree line, the magical Bodedal in the east of the Harz, but also the many ponds from the Oberharzer Wasserwirtschaft in the west of the Harz. Not only the flora, but also the fauna is special: the lynx is now indigenous again. Holiday and hiking go well together in the Harz. Straight through the Harz Mountains over the Brocken on the Harzer-Hexen-Stieg. On the hiking trails over the former border between East and West Germany, on the Teufelsstieg or the Selkestieg. Those who prefer to plan a route yourself will walk with the 'Harzer Wandernadel' and can be crowned as a walking king or Kaiser at 222 places. Also ideal with children. WINTER ACTIVITIES Cross-country skiing, winter hiking, tobogganing or skiing: winter sports in the Harz are possible in various forms. On more than 500 km of trails. Toboggan runs in Bad Harzburg, Harzgerode and Braunlage, up to 1500 meters. Cozy winter walks with a boost in one of the many restaurants, cafes or 'Harzer Bauden' on the route. Several ski lifts in the winter sports areas for alpine skiers and snowboarders. In short, an ideal destination for a winter holiday. In the advent time you will find beautiful Christmas markets in the half-timbered houses of Quedlinburg and Halberstadt, among others.


Television room
1st floor

12 m2


Accommodation type

  • Holiday house

Total floor space

  • 300 m2


  • Child's bed (2)
  • Child's toys
  • Child's chair (3)

Sports & Recreation

  • Mountainbiken
  • Walking
  • Winter sports

Travel Ideas

  • Culture & History
  • Group accommodation


  • Sauna


  • Central heating

Internet, Wifi, Audio

  • Satellite receiver
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Radio
  • CD player
  • Dvd player
  • Wifi
  • Measurements of TV in cm: (80)
  • Dutch TV channels (12)
  • Internet connection

Outdoor Facilities

  • Balcony
  • Barbecue
  • Outdoor lighting
  • Grill Plate
  • Parking place (2)
  • Private driveway
  • Garden
  • Garden chair(s) (12)
  • Garden table(s0) (2)
  • Porch
  • Sledge (4)


  • Dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Hall
  • Smoking allowed
  • Pets allowed
  • Security installation
  • Storeroom
  • Scullery / laundry room
  • Seperate toilet (2)


  • Kitchen linen available

Games & entertainment

  • (Board) games
  • Dartboard
  • Table football
  • DVDs / Blu-rays


  • Detached house

Winter sports

  • Slope 50km or less
  • Height up to 1000m

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