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The summer house Salix takes its name from the willows that surrounds it. It is constructed according to the plan of our architect Peter Grundmann, who began with a bare 6x6 m2 living room. All the house’s functions are contained in glass cubes that come off the central room and at the same time serve as windows.

When you cook you stand before a 4m-wide panorama window with a view of the paddocks. You can ‘hover’ in the bed-cube outside the house where the sun sets behind the woods and shower in the bath-cube enclosed by glass panes between the boughs of cherry trees.

When the sun shines, the transparent southern side of the house becomes a projection screen for the shadow play of the surrounding trees. A house for aesthetes and anarchists, as our architect put it.

46 m2, 2-3 people
Queensize Bed
Sofabed as extra bed
Kitchen with fridge
Bad with shower and dry toilet
Woodstove
slow WiFi in the barn, no tv


 

The summer house Lupulus is named after the hops that grow all around it. It is situated behind the old stone wall right on the edge of our property. Beyond it are only fields and forests. If you’re lucky, you can see deer, wild boar or foxes from your bed through the large panorama window.

When it rains, water flows over the windowpanes like a meditative waterfall. In the bathroom you can open the glass door and shower in the morning sun. Even the kitchen counter continues directly outside. If you open the large glass door on the terrace you can enjoy frying outdoors.

The house stands in the shadow of two large oaks. Nonetheless, the terrace receives direct sunlight all day long from the south. A house for those who like impressive views and watching wildlife.

33 m2, 2-3 people
Queensize Bed
Sofabed as extra bed
Kitchen with fridge
Bad with shower and dry toilet
Woodstove
slow WiFi in the barn, no tv


 

We named the summer house Spinosa after prunus spinosa, the blackthorn that proliferates around it. The outside of the house consists of black-charred boards, an old Japanese method of preserving wood (shou-sugu-ban).

It is built over a corner and opens onto a large sun terrace to the south. To the north the house looks onto the Re:hof’s other grounds. Both the living and sleeping quarters can be completely opened up with large glass doors. A house for fans of fresh air and sun worshippers.

40 m2, 2-3 people
Queensize Bed
Sofabed as extra bed
Kitchen with fridge
Bad with shower and dry toilet
Woodstove
slow WiFi in the barn, no tv


PRICES

Minimum stay 3 days
July and August, minimum stay one week

All summerhouses, two Persons €120,- per night

Every person more €10,- per night
Children till 2 years for free
Childrensbed on request €10,-
With a stay from more than 7 days one day for free
Endcleaning €35,-
Visitorstax €1,50 p.p. p.d.
Sauna for our guests €9,-

Bed sheets, (kitchen) towels and kitchen herbs are included in the price.
If you wish, we can also provide a full fridge.
In our small farm shop you can find good ingredients for tasty meals.
It is possible to pick you up from Lychen markt or from the trainstation in FĂĽrstenberg.
Arrival after 4pm, departure before 11am.

The houses cannot be rented if permafrost is present.

When it gets very cold in the winter, the house is only for the adventurous. It is heated with a wood oven and although it is well insulated, it cools down at night. It requires heating in the morning before it becomes cosy

Prices 2019
All summerhouses, two Persons €125,- per night
Every person more €15,- per night