Single Room in Celle - Spanish tiles and wood create a nice atmosphere, nature-like garden (# 637)
This lovely, 1-room apartment is strikingly decorated with natural wood and Spanish tiles. Guests have access to 2 terraces and a lovely garden area. The unit comes with satellite TV, Wi-Fi, and a well-furnished kitchen., key advantages: Spanish tiles and wood create a nice atmosphere, nature-like garden, 1 large living/family room with dining area, , fully equipped kitchen, , well furnished, The unit is located near the edge of the village,
The sleeping area of Studio 1 is slightly higher than the rest of the studio and is separated from the rest by a lattice. You will sleep in a large double bed under the stars (a Velux window is located directly above the bed!)
Three steps below, the well designed living area with pine floorboards opens south to the courtyard. Here you can relax in the comfortable couch and chair and make use of the radio, satellite TV and wireless internet.
The pine-fitted kitchen, which is comfortably equipped with dishwasher, oven, microwave and freezer, joins directly into the living room. From here you get onto the covered terrace and into a secluded part of the garden. The bathroom is equipped with shower and bidet. Spanish tile and wood contribute to the atmosphere.
The property is characterized by a large chestnut tree, which is the heart of our grounds and stretches tall and proud in the courtyard.
It is surrounded by a nature-like garden. Lively birds inhabit the many trees and shrubs, three ponds provide sufficient living space for frogs and small animals, and in summer a cool space for courageous bipeds; it is awash with dragonflies and newts, in August you can watch fireflies and bats.
You'll be sharing the great nature site with us all - us being Silvy and Felix Krahnstöver, our dogs Barney and Josy, cats Mimi and Luka, the rabbit Maxi, Anton (fat goldfish with several unnamed friends), the pair of Mandarin ducks Gustl and Daisy, the rooster Paul with his ten hard-working girls (they have their own villa, and of course their own names!) and countless other creatures that inhabit the land.
Please inquire about our terms for long-term rentals (four weeks plus)
Location Hanover Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Hanover Airport. From Hanover Airport the distance to the unit at Oher Weg 6, 29229 Celle is about 57 km (35.6 miles), approximately a 49 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Celle, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $104-$115 for 2 persons. Children under 11 half off, under 3 free
Additional Features: Internet Access, Wireless Internet, Central Heating, Oven, Dish Washer, Freezer, Microwave, Television, Satellite TV, Patio, Garden, Outdoor Dining Area
* bike rental from us
* horse ranch with rental places, riding court and beautiful area for riding excursions (about 1 km)
* golf course (~1.5 km)
* extensive network of bike and hike trails, partly suitable for inline skating
* forest pool in neighboring village (only in summer, ~4 km)
* culture and experience city Celle (www.celle.de)
* Naturpark (nature park) Südheide
* Sieben Steinhäuser (seven stone houses – megalith tombs) in the Southern Lüneburger Heide
* Hermann-Löns-Monument in der Southern Lüneburger Heide
* KZ-Memorial Bergen-Belsen (~ 25 km) (www.bergen-belsen.de)
* Vogelpark Walsrode (Europe’s largest bird park) (www.vogelpark-walsrode.de)
* Safari Park Hodenhagen
* Heidepark Soltau (~ 50 km) (www.heidepark-soltau.de)
* Otterzentrum Hankensbüttel (otter center, www.otterzentrum.de)
* Autostadt Wolfsburg (auto city Wolfsburg, a piece of the expo) (www.autostadt.de)
* Zoo Hannover (~ 36 km) (www.zoo-hannover.de)
Ask a local in Celle where Alvern is, and he will probably be at a loss. That’s how “well-known” our little village is. It’s not surprising, because there’s not much here – but there’s lots of nature.
What some couldn’t care less about is other people’s treasure. If you are one of the latter, a visit will be worth it. Sleep with open window, and you can hear the hedgehog feed, listen to the owls and night birds, and let the birds’ chirping wake you up in the morning.
Alvern consists of the creek of the same name, flowing along the village’s alleyway, several ponds, a farmstead in operation, some 40 houses on five streets, approx. 190 inhabitants, of which 30 are children, some 25 dogs and as many cats, as well as a few horses.
Where traffic is concerned, Alvern is a dead end. So, there is no traffic through the village, but there is a bus stop. It’s only 8 km to Celle by car, and a bit less by bike. Lots of bike and hike trails go through the forests and meadows around the village. It is also a great area for inline skating with well-maintained quiet roads and bike paths.
Flat land and bicycles go together very nicely – although the legs may tell you that things are not quite (as flat) as the eyes see it. If you want to pedal and experience what stays hidden when only driving around in the car, we offer different kinds of bikes.
With the city bike (EUR 5 per day), you can explore the area nicely, ride into the neighboring places for dinner (it’s only 8 km to Celle), or whatever else you fancy.
If you could very well do with less physical exertion or if biking is too exhausting for you for medical reasons, you should try the so-called Pedelec electric bike (EUR 15 per day), on which an electric motor supports your pedaling. Riding a bike thus becomes a true pleasure, without any beads of sweat.
Do you want to use Alvern as starting point to explore the cities in the vicinity (Hannover, Braunschweig, Hamburg, etc.), we also offer folding bikes (EUR 5 per day), which have been of great service to us already, too. They are easy to put into the car trunk, fold up with a few twists, and open all new views of the big city.
Note: only two bikes of each of those types are available.
More travel info about Celle: Celle is the capital of the district of Celle, in Lower Saxony, Germany. The town is situated in the southernmost part of the Lueneburg Heath on the banks of the Aller River, a tributary of the Weser River. The buildings in Celle?'s old town center date back to the 16th century, among them numerous (and some 480 restored) half-timber houses, making Celle an important city for heritage tourism. The most impressive building is the ducal palace, Schloss Celle, which was built in 1530 at the site of the former castle. Another major attraction is the Stadtkirche (Town Church) from 1308. During World War II, the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where Anne Frank died, was located near Celle; today, a memorial and exhibition center mark the camp site.