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Luxurious simplicity

Our room categories

A clear design guides the mind towards what really matters: peace and quiet. Pleasure and relaxation.

All areas are made of natural material and were arranged with love for detail. Timeless design, furniture and floors made of massive oak and warm colours create a cozy ambiance.

Our room categories:


Clear and natural but still highly comfortable: our 20 sqm sized room have a single bed (100 X 220 cm), Bathroom with shower and a fully equipped office area.

Clear and natural but still highly comfortable: our 36 sqm sized room have a queen size bed with one matress (160 X 220 cm), Bathroom with shower and a fully equipped office area.

A lot of space for time for two: You have the choice, when booking this 36 sqm room, between two twin beds pushed together (2 x 100 x 220 cm) or a queen size bed with one matress (160 x 220 cm). You can also choose between a bathroom with a shower and/or a bathtub, in this categorie. 

Bright prospects: ground-deep windows, in the individually equipped rooms, offer a relaxed view of the park. Your own terrace is also available with a lounger, table and two chairs, which offers relaxation in summer. Four rooms are combinable by means of a connecting door. You can choose between a shower and/or bath tub, in this categorie.

For more comfort: You stay on the ground floor with a large bathroom and a terrace, looking onto the park, in the so called barrier-free room. The restaurant and breakfast area are easy to reach, over the stair-free, yet somewhat hilly park.

If you are in the mood for something special and want to immerse yourself in times gone by, then book our unique retro comfort double room in the style of the "Neue Heimat".


The "Neue Heimat" was the largest and most important non-governmental housing company in post-war Europe. According to the motto "We do everything", universities, congress centres and large clinics were also built. In this way, the company left a lasting mark on the face of the Federal Republic of Germany in terms of urban development and architecture: it was an expression and reflection of the social history of the Federal Republic of Germany. Over a period of more than thirty years, the trade union company with headquarters in Hamburg planned and executed more than 400,000 dwellings and, in addition, since the 1960s, numerous municipal and commercial buildings in Germany - the majority of which are still standing today. Neue Heimat" was a beacon of hope for participation in the economic miracle. The scandalous collapse of the company at the beginning of the 1980s had a shocking effect on the West German population and marked the end of an era.