For our space planning, when you make your inquiry, we ask you to let us know what you will be staying in (tent, van, etc.) and the approximate size. We are currently doing visible renovation work in and around the house.
The parking space is located in the garden of the Hullener Hof (Insta: hullener_hof) on a pasture on the edge of a settlement in the landscape protection area. In addition to the typical land animals such as horses, cows, sheep and chickens, the picturesque area is also home to deer, storks, pheasants, birds of prey, brown hares, bats and other rare species that can be observed in nature from the pitch. Here you can unwind and forget time with the magical sunsets.
The use of the toilet, shower/bathtub, electricity and barbecue area is possible by arrangement and there is a full drinks fridge that you are welcome to help yourself from. To receive these offers, we would be happy to receive a contribution towards the costs (recommendation: water, toilet and bathroom use: 2 euros per person per day; electricity: depending on consumption, usually 3 to 5 euros per day; drinks etc. see notice on site ).
Eggs, potatoes, spreads, meat and dairy products are available for self-service from neighboring farmers and the idyllic surroundings invite you to go on hiking and cycling tours through meadows and fields along the watercourses to the Ochtum and the Weser beaches.
The local Heidkrug train station and other shopping opportunities are 1.5 km away and Bremen city center and the popular Bremer Neustadt can be easily reached in 5 minutes by S-Bahn or just 9 km by bike or car.
Thanks to its central, quiet location near Delmenhorst, the Hullener Hof is also the ideal starting point for exploring northwest Germany. Within a radius of only approx. 60 km it goes from the Jade Bay near Wilhelmshaven on the North Sea coast with its picturesque landscapes of meadows and forests, heath and moor, along the historic towns of Oldenburg, Bremen and Cloppenburg up to the Dammer Mountains near Vechta and in the Wiehengebirge in the Osnabrück district.
... and in the evening you sit by the fire in the pasture, watch the bats or look at the starry sky...
The Hullener Hof is a small farm from the 1930s that was primarily used to supply milk. The milk was delivered daily by horse-drawn cart and was still available on site in the farm shop until the 1970s. The cows were milked directly in the pasture where the parking space is today.
Today, an agricultural and horticultural place is being built at the Hullener Hof with offers for natural recreation, creative and environmental education in a personal and family atmosphere.
We wish you a nice stay
Tom & Ina
with Karlotta, the cats Mimi, Motte, Holly & Mr. Bean, the rabbits Merida & Miffy and the chickens Heriette, Stina, Madita & Selma
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We are Ina & Tom with daughter Karlotta and Tom's son Niilo, the cats Mimi, Motte, Holly & Mr. Bean, the rabbits Merida & Miffy and the chickens Heriette, Stina, Madita & Selma.
When our daughter was little, we traveled with our van in Germany and Denmark (and before that in the van in Holland and France), preferably standing wild and also on campsites.
We have now bought our little “Resthof” and do most of it ourselves... You can follow the project on Insta (“hullener_hof”).
Professionally, we come from the fields of illustration/graphic design (Ina) and media development (Tom).
A place of relaxation and creativity is being created at the Hullener Hof...
We wish you a pleasant stay!
River or stream
Food products from locals in the region
Organic cleaning products
Guests who cancel at least 30 days before check-in date will receive a refund of the amount paid by them (excl. Campspace fees). If they cancel between 14 and 30 days before check-in, they will receive a 50% refund. Otherwise they will not be refunded.
Pets allowed: yes
3:00 pm–7:00 pm
Check-out between: 9:00 am–12:00 pm
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