As in every one of our holiday homes, our floating holiday home, “Altliebel”, offers guests an enjoyable holiday experience with its tastefully selected interior, colour tones and materials.
Our floating holiday homes all feature the same construction while differing in terms of their alignment on the water, but also in terms of colour tones and interior design.
The ground floor with its surrounding patio awaits you with
- a spacious dining area complete with dining table, armchairs for six people, a side board and closet for your belongings,
- a fully furnished kitchen with windows: MIELE appliances (induction ceran cooktops, dishwasher, smoke extractor hood, refrigerator including a separate freezer), Nespresso coffee machine, toaster, kettle, tableware and cookware from Villeroy & Boch, Silit, WMF and Stölzle Lausitz
- a spacious bathroom with natural light (shower, toilet, bidet, hairdryer, double sink)
- Patio furniture: two outdoor tables and six outdoor chairs
The stairway with a view of the surrounding landscape take you to the first floor:
- living room with couch (with a pull-out double bed)
- two bedrooms, each with a double bed, night tables, closets or various storage compartments
- Television (Samsung 3D flatscreen TV), Blu-ray player and a BOSE radio with a SoundDock system for smartphones
- WC with sink
An outside staircase leads to the roof terrace with lounge furniture for sunbathing, reading, barbecuing with the electric Weber grill provided.
The bedrooms are equipped with air-conditioning systems. In winter, the floor heating keeps the entire house warm and cosy. Every house has its own car parking spot. Mooring areas are available directly on the dock.
Bedding, towels, dish towels, cleaners, all essential hygienic articles for the bathroom and toilet, dishwasher tabs, coffee filter bags, aluminium, saran wrap and paper towels are all included in the price.
About the name “Altliebel”
Altliebel was part of what is now the community of Rietschen and was once just a small grouping of a few homes. Around 1993, large portions of the settlement were cleared. Eighteen residents left their homes and moved to the neighbouring districts of Rietschen. Today, the Erlichthof Rietschen (museum and event village) with its original old wooden houses typical of Upper Lusatia are reminiscent of the settlements once located there. A number of houses, some from Altliebel, are named after neighbouring villages that had to yield to coal. They were relocated with great effort before the crane arrived. The Erlichthof retains the original, authentic appearance of a typical Lusatian heath town and attracts thousands of visitors every year.