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The port village Zerpenschleuse situated in the idyllic north of Brandenburg, between water, meadows and forests. Around the recreational boating harbor holiday houses are grouped in a Scandinavian style. The light-filled house is located just a short walk from the harbor. The rooms are spread over the ground floor and the first floor and are modern and comfortably furnished. The open sun terrace invites you to linger. Garden furniture you are available here, so you can relax. On cold days you can make yourself comfortable in front of the crackling fire of the stove. The cottage has a modern fitted kitchen with adjoining dining and living area. This is perfect for a meal and a chat. The house has three separate bedrooms, so you can enjoy plenty of privacy. The shower room with natural light and high-quality spa shower completes your great vacation. Even in winter, the port village Zerpenschleuse a trip is always worth it. In the cottage you can warm up after a walk along the icy lake or through the snowy woods in front of the room lit fireplace in the living room. Here in the port village you can relax on the soul throughout the year and really breathe once again. In about 8 km away is a lake with water skiing facilities (for a fee). Here you can enjoy on warm days a lot of fun on the water. In addition to the cottage village of the Oder-Havel Canal, which crosses here with the Finow Canal, whose history dates back to the 15th century runs. Surrounded by forests and meadows, surrounded by the same number of waterways, this area is a paradise for boaters, bikers and hikers. Close proximity to the cottages in the port village Zerpenschleuse nature park Barnim and the Schorfheide are. The municipality Zerpenschleuse is a tranquil place marked by Schiffer houses in the Dutch style, which run along the "Long junk", a former part of the Finow Canal. The port village Zerpenschleuse is still under construction, so there can be construction activities in the neighborhood and all the roads and access roads are not secured under circumstances.