Just get out and experience something new - you can even fulfill this wish at night in Bremen and Bremerhaven. We have found great accommodations in both cities that are anything but ordinary:
Table of Contents:
1. let the Alexander von Humboldt rock you to sleep
2. maritime flair in the ship cabins in the Klabauter bed
3. for globetrotters, groups and families: the havenhostel in Bremerhaven
4. love is in the air in Bremen wedding house
5. high up and in the middle of nature: the tree houses in the Land of Green nature resort.
6. island feeling on the motorhome site Fischkai in Bremerhaven
7. camping in mild temperatures all year round: The HafenTraum Indoor Hostel
8. Bremerhaven from its most beautiful side: The houseboat "Lobster".
9. caravan joy at HanseCamping Bremen
Once upon a time, the Alexander von Humboldt the great oceans of the world, since 2015 she has been moored on Bremen's popular Schlachte promenade. But she is far from being unused: Today, visitors can spend the night on board. The cabins on the ship have been modernly refurbished and equipped - so you don't have to do without any comfort.
There are two-person and four-person cabins, where you can feel completely at ease. Snuggle up in one of the cozy beds and look through the porthole at the calm water. Or be sociable, let yourself be cooked on deck and enjoy a glass of wine. This is where cozy comfort meets lively city life. More information about the world-famous ship with the green sails can be found at here.
Those who have yet to learn how to sail, can be set to the Boats of host Benjamin and his family at least dream of a circumnavigation of the globe. The Klabauterbett fleet, which is anchored in Bremen, comprises a total of three boats: While the flagship Ronja can accommodate up to 18 people, the other two are much more comfortable and private.
The Danish coastal cruiser lady Jule captivates with its old wooden panels. Since 2018, the sailing ship Kaja has also been part of the property of Benjamin and his wife Katharina. She is in great shape and offers plenty of space for two as well as the opportunity to simply set sail and explore the surrounding area of Bremen. And since October 2020, the old barge, the Glückauf, also belongs to the fleet. So if you have a sailing license, you should bring it with you and rent a place on Kaja. Then nothing stands in the way of the night beyond the harbor.
Central in the middle of Bremerhaven and only a few steps away from the Weser, lies the havenhostel. The imposing white building is visible from afar. Whether globetrotters, business people, group travelers, school classes or family vacationers: everyone is sure to find the right domicile in the countless rooms. Even four-legged guests are allowed. If you don't feel like going to bed right away in the evening, you can enjoy one or two cocktails or long drinks in the bar and lounge.
Groups are also in good hands here: Everyone can cook together in the modern, well-equipped communal kitchen, and movie or game nights are possible in the meeting rooms. And those who can get hold of a room on one of the upper floors also have a clear view of the Weser and the ships sailing in and out.
The Bremen Schnoor Quarter is one of the absolute favorite regions of the city on the Weser. The small, colorful houses and stores line up picturesquely here, and the alleys are sometimes so narrow that you can touch both opposite house walls with outstretched arms. Fantastically beautiful and romantic.
The perfect place, to devote themselves to love as a couple and spend beautiful moments in togetherness. Finally, lovers leave the evening in the rustic Wedding House finish. A small hotel that is fully oriented to the needs of couples in love. On 48 square meters, divided into three floors, two people will find everything their heart desires: from a four-poster bed to a bathroom with whirlpool. By the way: You can of course check in here without a marriage certificate.
In the summer sitting on the terrace from early to late. In winter, cozy in front of the fireplace and look out over nature. The Tree houses in Land of Green nature resort in Worpswede are hidden in the back of the huge vacation complex, surrounded by old spruce and oak trees, at a height of 2.5 to 7 meters. Right next to them is a forest area, a landscape conservation area, meadows and the Devil's Moor - ideal for anyone looking to get close to nature on vacation. The tree houses are also an excellent starting point for a visit to the artists' village of Worpswede, which was named one of the top ten small towns in Germany by GEO. The tree houses also have a connection to art: they bear the names of important painters of the artists' colony Hermine Overbeck-Rohte, Clara Westhoff and Otto Modersohn.
Equipped are the tree houses with everything you need, by the way. Theoretically, you would not have to leave it at all. On 30 lovingly furnished with natural materials square meters you will find comfortable beds, large windows, a living area with sofa and fireplace, a bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen and a dining area.
Okay, granted, This motorhome site is not really on an island - and you won't find any palm trees or sandy beaches. But the view is unique! You park directly at the fishing port, around you only water and a few steps away the popular culture and gourmet mile "Schaufenster Fischereihafen", where the fish is freshest. Great service: On request, the groundskeeper will bring bread rolls in the morning.
What, high temperatures all year round? And even in northern Germany? That is possible, namely in the HafenTraum Indoor Hostel in the Überseestadt Bremen. We'll explain how it works: At the hostel, you can choose from a variety of accommodations - from vintage caravans to tiny houses to rustic cabins. However, these are not located on an outdoor area, but in the interior of the hostel, where it is cozy warm and protected from the wind.
A truly exceptional accommodation. The various sleeping quarters are dedicated to different seafaring nations and are based on the country in terms of furnishings and decoration. This creates a real vacation feeling. There is a lot of love in the details here.
Not far from the parking lot at the fish quay is another great place to stay in Bremerhaven: the houseboat "Lobster", which promises visitors pure harbor romance. Up to four people can feel at home here on 50 square meters - and although they are on the water, they don't have to do without any luxury: Dishwasher, stove, electric fireplace, everything is available. A spiral staircase leads to the 25-square-meter sun deck. An absolute favorite place to soak up the sun and relax.
Have you always wanted to sleep in a caravan? Then HanseCamping is the ideal place for you. Here the mobile accommodation is ready for you, you only need to pack your seven things and can move in - you do not need your own vehicle.
The location is ideal for all, who love nature and still want to explore Bremen. The HanseCamping is located directly at Bremen's Stadtwaldsee, where you can refresh yourself on hot summer days. And if you feel like going into town, hop on your bike - you can reach the city center in just 20 minutes. A great way to combine a nature vacation with an urban lifestyle!
Cover photo: In the middle of nowhere: In the tree houses you can spend a relaxing time, away from the hustle and bustle and noise © Land of Green / Anni Vieth
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