The 100 year old Klostermannhof House is approached by a long driveway lined with centuries-old oaks. The holiday home is tucked away in the village of Grossenging in the Oldenburger Münsterland region. The Klostermannhof was built in 1902 by wealthy merchants. It has been completely renovated over the years. The house has large rooms, fine ornaments, high ceilings, majestic doors and original windows with bright green fanlights. The well maintained garden covers 7000 m2.
You can enjoy a wide variety of flowers, plants, fruit trees, herbs, grasses and shrubs all year round. The impressive hall has a large, majestic stairway with wide oak stairs. The stairs lead to a landing where you'll reach the spacious six-person holiday accommodation with 3 bedrooms (approximately 144 m2).
The accommodation was renovated and refurnished in 2009. There is a dishwasher, a ceramic hob, a Nespresso machine, a home cinema, a balcony with a view over the delightful garden and more.