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Step inside and embark on a journey back in time to the Middle Ages! You will be amazed, because from the outside you can not imagine the medieval charm of this interesting and beautiful vacation home in any way.Located only 11 km from Prenzlau, in the hilly landscape of the Nordwestuckermark in Brandenburg, this vacation home accommodates a total of 6 guests in a quiet location. With great attention to detail, each room has been individually designed and attracts vacation guests again and again. All wooden furniture is handmade.The cottage is furnished by its tasteful accessories cozy as well as homely without lacking comfort. The large dining table, the fireplace and a house bar in the living room form the centerpiece in the room, where you can spend sociable evenings.The modern equipped kitchen in the living room leaves nothing to be desired. Upon entering the cottage, you will first enter the very nicely designed bathroom with whirlpool via a spacious hallway, then into a bedroom with a four-poster bed for 2 people and finally into the squire's room with 4 bunk beds.Convivial get-togethers and barbecue fun are promised by the two very nice pavilions, right next to your accommodation. For the little ones there is plenty of space to romp around as well as many games. Nature lovers and cycling enthusiasts are welcome to rent bicycles at the vacation property and explore the beautiful surroundings by bike.The northeast of Brandenburg offers a beautiful lake landscape, lots of forest and wide landscapes. Relax while hiking, cycling and swimming or visit the Dominican monastery in Prenzlau. Boitzenburg Castle in the Uckermark also has an interesting story to tell. Furthermore, passenger ships offer excursions on the Unteruckersee. In Dedelow you can visit the foundation walls of Dedelow Castle, a mausoleum and the airfield.