Newly built, Haus Titschendorf contrasts with yet also complements the charming 17thcentury village in which it’s situated. With spacious 140m2accommodation and large windows offering views and light, you’ll feel cocooned in comfort, but still at one with the natural surroundings. Haus Titschendorf is very well appointed, with designer furniture by brühl and sippold, underfloor heating, a feature fireplace, cable TV and Wi-Fi. After those stimulating walks and bike rides, you’ll especially appreciate the sauna!
The spacious, open plan kitchen includes a Miele steam oven, Miele dishwasher, and Siemens coffee machine for delicious roasted espresso. There’s also a fridge, freezer, toaster and microwave. The two bedrooms can be arranged with single or double beds, and have wardrobes and cupboards. The separate utility room has a Miele washing machine and ironing board, clotheshorse and vacuum cleaner. The bathroom has both bath and shower, and there’s a separate cloakroom with WC. Outside there’s parking and a carport, and the house is protected by an alarm system.
Titschendorf is a small, peaceful 17thcentury village with wonderful vacation potential. You’re surrounded by trees, lakes, wildlife and fresh air. The whole area is invigorating, so if you feel inspired to walk, the Rennsteig (Germany’s oldest long-distance trail) and European footpaths E3 andE6 are close by. There are several more hiking and skiing trails running right past the house, with quiet roads and tracks for biking. The tranquil reservoirs of Ködeltalsperre and Bleilochtalspeere, bordered by woods, are just a ride or a walk away.
Still feeling energetic? Titschendorf also has a riding school and glider airfield, with sailing and a swimming pool fed by springs nearby. You can often watch wildlife from the windows of Haus Titschendorf, as many species of birds, deer, foxes and even wild boar will pay a visit. Walk quietly in the woods or through the flower meadows, and there’ll be even more to see!
For more leisurely enjoyments, there’s the spa in Bad Saarow, the thermal baths in Bad Steben and while you’re in the spa town of Bad Lobenstein, you should try the surprisingly soothing mud baths. You can indulge yourself a little more, at the nearby chocolate factory and porcelain outlets, casino and German Toy and Lace museums and of course, the numerous traditional village inns, bars and restaurants in the area. And for culture, there are many museums and societies in the vicinity, a heritage railway into the mountains and of course, the historic houses and halls that give this are its unique and fascinating character.
|House rental per night||80 Euro per person|