2-room nature house with a beautiful view over the Altenaudal House is located in a quiet part of the park with lots of privacy. On warm days you have the choice to stay in the sun or to find the shade. The location is about 150 meters away from reception, restaurant and parking. You can use Wifi for free. The cottage is fully furnished. Pillows and 2 single duvets are provided. Bed linen (mandatory), kitchen package (optional) and towel package (optional) are for rent ... Layout:
- - Hall with coat rack,
- - Bathroom with shower, sink and toilet,
- - Living room with sofa bed and 1 single chair, satellite TV / radio and DVD / CD player, dining area with chairs,
- - Kitchen with fridge (with freezer) / grill-bake oven / toaster / coffee maker / kettle / 4-burner stove,
- - Bedroom with 2 single beds (90 x 200) with new mattresses and a large wardrobe.
From the cottage you reach the spacious, south facing terrace with garden table and chairs, where you can enjoy a fantastic view over the valley with the village Lichtenau-Husen and surroundings. On the west there is another terrace where you can sit in the shade during the day and later enjoy a lovely sun in the day and evening. In short, a place where you can relax and from which you can make beautiful walking and cycling tours through the central location in the Sauerland, Teutoburgerwald and the Eggebirge. Lovers of sauna and wellness can indulge in various thermal baths in the immediate vicinity, such as in Bad Driburg ( (*CONTENT HIDDEN*)-therme.de
) and Bad Lippspringe ( (*CONTENT HIDDEN*)-therme.de /
). There is a spa in Bad Wünnenberg. If you want to know more about the history of the Dutch royal family, a visit to Bad Arolsen and Bad Pyrmont is worthwhile. Both places are part of the Oranjeroute, an interesting tourist discovery tour through cities and through regions in the Netherlands and Germany that have historical links with the House of Orange-Nassau. The 2,600 km long Orange Route is a series of special highlights, such as historic cities, old castles, numerous castles and castles, ornate pavilions, monumental buildings and a wide variety of beautiful landscapes and beautifully landscaped gardens. The Oranjeroute can be driven by car or by bike.