The house was built around 1745 and lies in the idyllic and quiet Rur Valley in the Northern part of the Eifel mountains. The house lies in the small village of Hammer with some 130 inhabitants. The village is very quiet and borders the national park Eifel.
We bought the house in 2014. We have completely renovated the house and restored it in its original splendor. It is now one of the prettiest frameworkhouses in the area. The house has been restored under official monument protection.
The house is 75 sq. meters and offers you a living room, two bedrooms, a kitchen (fully equiped), bathroom with shower and two wash basins, outside sun terrace, free parking space.
From the house you have a beautiful view of the mountains. The bird life is exceptional and large game (wild pigs, deer, rows, large owls, wild cats) can be viewed anywhere within several 100 meters of the house.
In the winter we usually have several weeks of snow which makes the landscap exceptionally beautiful.
The summer with its flowers on the meadows and forest areas is exceptionally beatiful and few nicer places exist for hikers and cycling
The historic and monumental town of Monschau is only 7 km away.
The masterbed is 1,8*2 meter
The single bed is 0,9*2 meter
Towels are available
Hairdryer is availalbe upon request
The house has its own entrance and all facilities are excluvily reserved for the guests.
We live right next door and we really would appreciate you asking us for any help you require.
We have manuals for the equipment like the dishwasher, the TV, the espresso machine, etc.
In the house we have a selection of local guides, walking tours, cycling tours and other sightseeing recommendations for your perusal.
- no smoking inside the house (fire regulation)
- no pets
- no noise after 22.00
- departure before 11.00
- arrival not before 15.00
- when something breaks down or does not function to your satisfaction, inform us without delay
- In the event you break or damage something tell us honestly
- The neighbourhood is a traditional community. Please respect them.
Wir sind eine Niederländische Familie. In 2014 haben wir das Fachwerkhaus gekauft und danach völlig mit viele Leidenschaft und Liebe saniert und restauriert.
Das Gebäude steht unter Denkmalschutz. Die ältesten Teile des Hauses sind etwa 1745 gebaut worden.