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Since the 1920s, Hiddensee has been known as the “island behind the island” and has been a place of longing for many city dwellers. During the GDR era, Hiddensee became a preferred destination for free spirits and those seeking an alternative lifestyle. The long, sometimes only 200 meters wide island, shaped like a seahorse, is divided into four villages: the artist village of Kloster below the lighthouse in the north, the island’s capital Vitte, the village of Grieben, and the white fishing village of Neuendorf in the south. Hiddensee offers its guests diverse natural landscapes, such as the highlands of Dornbusch in the north or the unique dune heath in the center of the island.

Reettraum Monastery

The house is located in a quiet outskirts of the northern town of Kloster, along a sandy path. The thatched roof house has a rooftop terrace with an unobstructed view to the north, overlooking the highlands of Dornbusch. The adjacent horse meadows create a close-to-nature atmosphere. The West Beach is approximately 800m away. Due to its elevated position, two garden terraces also offer a panoramic view towards the west. The house will undergo high-quality renovation in 2022 and has a usable area of approximately 250 square meters. Completion is scheduled for April 2023. A wellness area with a sauna, steam bath, and rain shower is integrated into an annex building connected to the terrace. The house has a full basement and is operated and air-conditioned by a modern air heat pump.

Heiderauschen House

Heiderauschen House is located in an absolutely secluded position in the dunes of the Dünenheide National Park and is a typical hideaway. The location of the house directly behind the dune is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and nature-rich locations on the German Baltic Sea coast. A beach access is located right next to the house. Due to its distance, the beautiful West Beach here is also sparsely frequented even in high summer. The house can be reached via sandy paths approximately 2.5 km south of Vitter Harbor. The house, dating back to the 1950s, underwent extensive renovation in 2022 and has a total area of 170 sqm. The attic offers a breathtaking view of the Baltic Sea. To the east, one can admire the Dünenheide, which turns violet in late summer. The house has been renovated to a very high standard and features an annex building, multiple terraces, and a bathroom with a steam sauna. It is powered by an air heat pump, has its own organic sewage treatment system, and a private well. A fiber optic connection is available.

Hotel Heiderose

The Baltic Hideaway Hotel Heiderose is a historic hotel complex from 1903 located on the island of Hiddensee. It is situated approximately 2 km south of the “island capital” Vitte, on the way towards Neuendorf, opposite the ferry island. The hotel is secluded in the midst of the Dünenheide, which is considered the only coastal heath in Germany and is part of the Mecklenburgische Boddenküste National Park. From the hotel, there is a beautiful view of the Bodden towards Schaprode. The secluded West Beach, which remains quiet even in summer, is only a few hundred meters away. The hotel consists of a main building, a new building section, and a large dining area. The hotel’s garden, which is used as a beer garden in summer, adds to its charm. An extensive renovation of the hotel is planned to begin in October 2024. Until then, the hotel is expected to reopen on a provisional basis.

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