Balcony & garden
The sunny balcony (facing south-west) invites you to relax under blue skies.
Our big garden with its colourful flowers and the many stylistic elements, handmade by our mother, is unique and rich in variety.
Younger guests can have fun on the swing and play in the sand pit. Finally – you can enjoy a cosy evening with your family around a campfire.
Also birdwatchers get their money’s worth. Many birds have nested in our big garden with its old stock of trees. Over the years, we have set a focus on natural food sources for wildlife in the garden planning. Firethorn for example offers its berries to a wide range of bird species. Hedges and bushes are the nesting places for insects and the all-year-round-food station attracts many birds, too.
What species have we already seen in the garden? Greenfinches, black redtails, serins, nuthatches, swallows, great woodpeckers, jays, house sparrows, goldfinches, merls, bluetits, coal tits and great tits. Magpies, wild pigeons, crows and starlings are there, too. In spring we are happy to hear the cries of young kestrels, because we have had an eyrie in our tall spruce trees for a few years.