This restored half-timbered house from 1643 is located separately on the former, large farm of the owner and is part of an intact village community. Inside, the loving, period furnishings create a rural living ambience. At the same time, vacationers will find all the amenities that one can no longer do without in this day and age. After prior consultation with the landlord, the nostalgic fireplace and the historic kitchen stove can be heated. If necessary, gastronomic catering is possible in the hotel across the street.
The suspension railroad takes you from Thale (30 km) up to the Hexentanzplatz, a fabulous plateau at 454 m above sea level. Also located there is the Bergtheater Thale, an old natural theater with 1,350 seats. Take a day trip to Quedlinburg (31 km). Stroll there on bumpy cobblestones through the picturesque alleys and enjoy the unique atmosphere of the medieval town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
From the narrow-gauge railroad, experience the romantic Selketal valley, whose original landscape is characterized by rugged cliffs, flowering meadows, picturesque ponds and extensive beech and oak forests. This valley can also be hiked along the Selketalstieg trail. Visitors to the Albertine leisure park in Harzgerode (7 km) can enjoy a swimming pool, a giant slide, an adventure pool with a counter-current channel, a splash shower and a water mushroom, a paddling pool, a miniature golf course and a beach volleyball court.