Accommodation in the house in Blankenfelde
The house

Room for three people in Blankenfelde
Guest room

Television in all rooms - Guest room Blankenfelde
Television in all rooms

Guest room in  Blankenfelde
Guest room

One of the two bathrooms in the house
One of the two bathrooms in the house

Guest room in a house and holiday bungalow in Blankenfelde in Brandenburg vai alla versione italiananederlandse versiedeutsch

The neighbourhood
Blankenfelde – a town with the character of a garden city – is situated to the south of Berlin in Brandenburg and was first mentioned in documents about 625 years ago. A trip to Berlin is always worthwhile. Cultural enthusiasts will be able to discover museums, theatres, a variety of concerts ... and much, much more...

But Blankenfelde and the surrounding area also offer many things to do and see. For example, on the old village green there is a smithy dating from the period of the Thirty Years War. If you hear the blacksmith’s hammer at work, don’t hesitate to enter and take a closer look.

The lake for bathing in Mahlow (the next town) was created out of the local brickworks’ clay pit, which accidentally flooded with water at the beginning of the 1920’s! The machine-builder Alfred Grasnick leased the land in 1923 and transformed it into a lovely area for bathing.

To the south of Blankenfelde in the Dahlewitzer Heidethere is a long stretch of low moorland, which is a breeding ground for endangered bird species (70 different species have already been identified) and an undisturbed habitat for the almost extinct otter. Along the nature trail visitors are able to view and discover this rare sight of nature.

The Rangsdorfer See is approximately 3 km away. In winter the frozen lake is a meeting-place for ice boaters. But each year it is also the meeting-place for thousands of migratory birds. For this reason, a large area is protected by law as a nature reserve.

Refer to the bottom of this page for more information about the surrounding area.

Description of the accommodation
The house is conveniently located as regards public transport facilities - only 1,200 m from the S-Bahn stop. By car it is possible to get to Blankenfelde on the Berlin ring road via the exits Rangsdorf or Genshagen.

The guest house
Each of the 4 guest rooms has 2-3 beds and cable-TV. The kitchen is fully equipped with a cooker, fridge, coffee machine, toaster and kettle. There are two bathrooms each with a shower and toilet.
And of course you can also use the patio equipped with table and chairs and a barbecue – as well as the large garden to relax and play in.

The prices :

amount of persons
price per person
price per room
27 euro
27 euro
23 euro
46 euro
20 euro
60 euro

For one-night-stays an additional charge of 5 euro per person has to be paid.

The property has parking facilities.

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The bungalow
The bungalow

The bungalow
Living and sleeping area
The bungalow

The bathroom with a shower and WC  in the  bungalow
The bathroom - shower and WC

The bungalow
The approx. 20 m² bungalow provides you and your family with a combined living and sleeping area and a small kitchen. Here you can be on your own and have your own bathroom. The bungalow has cable-TV and 2 beds – another 2 beds can be provided if required. You can also use the garden as well as the barbecue. For those cooler days of the year we can provide you with an oil fired radiator.

You have to book the bungalow for at least two nights.

Breakfast can also be provided on request. Pets are not possible to bring with you.

-Airport Berlin Schönefeld: in approx. 10 km
-Center of Berlin: in approx. 15 km
-Potsdam: in approx. 20 km
-Spreewald: in approx. 35 km

Low Emissions Zone (LEZ) – LEZ stickers
The city zone (A) within the S-Bahn-Ring (city train circle) is part of the LEZ. If you want to drive with your car in the Berlin city centre, inform yourself here: LEZ stickers for tourists. This accommodation is located outside the LEZ. You can leave your car here and travel with public transport into the city centre.

We are sure you’ll enjoy it and look forward to seeing you.

The prices :

amount of persons
1 - 2 persons
50 euro
each further adult
+ 15 euro
each further young person from 13 - 16 years
+ 10 euro
children from 6 - 12 years
+ 5 euro
children up to 6 years live for free in the Bungalow.

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You pay 25 % in advance and 75 % in cash when you arrive. Only last minute booking: you pay 100 % when you arrive.

The kitchen in the bungalow
The small kitchen in the bungalow
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Technology Centre Teltow
When it comes to going for walks, Teltow is not an inside tip. The industrial and technology site has, financially speaking, blossomed. In addition to this, the “Teltow turnips“, which were once eulogised by Goethe and Fontane, are once again back in fashion. But be careful! Just because a turnip is called a Teltow turnip doesn’t mean it actually is one. If you wish to find out more, pay a visit to the local history museum. History really comes to life in Teltow’s oldest house in Hohen Steinweg 13.

And there is a totally different type of museum in the Teltow district of Ruhlsdorf. The first and only pig museum in Germany gives an amazing insight into the development of pig farming and breeding.

It is only a few minutes by car from Blankenfelde-Mahlow to Rangsdorf and Zossen as well as to the once forbidden town of Wünsdorf. In Zossen you can discover remnants of the ancient town fortification in the municipal park. The “Alte Krug“ (old jug) with its exhibition of local history presents all sorts of things worth seeing, including an authentic black kitchen.
Wünsdorf, a garrison town since the beginning of the 20th century, is definitely worth a visit. The firing range, parade ground as well as military encampment once used by the Kaiser’s soldiers became the headquarters from which Nazi-Germany commanded its troops, which brought death and destruction to the whole of Europe in World War II. But Wünsdorf is better known as the headquarters of the supreme command of Soviet and later Russian forces in Germany, which it remained until the beginning of the 1990’s. The chance to see the former bunker system should not be missed.

The cradle of broadcasting in Germany
The museum of radio technology in Königs Wusterhausen is extremely interesting for technology fans. The 200 metre antenna mast can be seen from a great distance. The first ever German radio programme, a Christmas concert performed by postal staff, was broadcast from the hill known as “Funkerberg“, a former windmill site, on 22 December 1920.

The Mellensee and the surrounding area have always been favourite places for excursions. And it only takes a few minutes by car to reach your destination. The word lake conjures up the image of swimming and sailing or the tranquillity necessary for fishing. All of this can be found here. You can go for wonderful walks in the nature reserve. Nature lovers will take pleasure in the diversity of the flora and fauna. It is highly recommendable to watch the sluice in action.

In Klausdorf, also situated on the banks of the Mellensee, visitors can enjoy the lovely lido with water slide and surf beach or, needless to say, hire a boat. Relive the former production of bricks at the brickworks where a functioning historic kiln can be marvelled at.

In Saalow you can see a unique technical innovation in Europe, the barn windmill built in 1864, which used a draught as its source of energy. If you are already in the area and searching for technological history, then you should also visit the paltrock windmill when leaving the town in the direction of Mellensee. It was built in the middle of the 19th century as a bock windmill in the present day district of Berlin Schöneberg and moved to Saalow in 1903. It was a working mill until 1971.


The small town is well worth a visit. The municipal park is perfect if you wish to go for a walk. Discover remnants of the ancient town fortification here, which was a victim of the Thirty Years War. The “Kleine Galerie“ always presents new cultural experiences in its regularly changing exhibitions. Lime was still burnt until 1922 in the Oertel lime kiln. And today, the blast furnaces remain as industrial monuments which are well worth seeing. The water tower built in 1898 was used to supply Zossen with water up until 1994. Ultimately, you should take a look at the oldest house in Zossen. Built in 1750 as a public house, the “Alte Krug“ was lived-in until 1982. Now the building has been beautifully renovated, the outside is a sight to see and inside the local history museum gives an insight into the lives of the people of this region.


The town of Blankensee and the similarly named lake lie to the west of the district of Teltow-Fläming, not far from Trebbin. The farming museum is not only locally well known. The building itself, which was built in 1649 just one year after the end of the Thirty Years War, is fascinating to look at. To be able to experience history is especially exiting for children. It is particularly amazing to watch a spinner at work and see thread being made, to listen with rapt attention to the teller of fairy stories or to actually do and touch something. A favourite activity is to work with beeswax. And it is possible to learn everything about the life of a bee and how honey is made from a specialist, the beekeeper. Not so interesting for children, but for the town still very important and well worth visiting, are the castle and the castle grounds. Christian Wilhelm von Thümen had the castle built in 1740. The grounds were landscaped years later in 1832 and based on plans by Lenné. The writer Hermann Sudermann bought the grounds in 1902 and redesigned them according to his own wishes. Today the grounds are known as the Suderman-Park.


If you plan to visit Großbeeren on 23 August, be prepared for a real battle. Because every year this is the day of war in Großbeeren and it's fun for everyone! From all across Germany and various neighbouring countries military enthusiasts flock to the annual re-enactment of the battle against Napoleon’s troops. The Prussian General Friedrich Wilhelm Freiherr von Bülow was responsible for Napoleon’s defeat. And why? Because he just didn’t keep to the traditional rules of war! A battle should start early in the morning when the weather is fine, after all a soldier also wishes to get the job over and done with by the evening. But no, von Bülow didn’t believe in this and commenced the fighting in the afternoon, even though it was pouring with rain. Unbelievable! For this reason, he has a place in military history and we have to search frantically for a place to park the car on this day!

You can find the following locations in the neighbourhood of Blankenfelde in Brandenburg:
Berlin Lichenrade, Mahlow, Großbeeren, Diedersdorf, Dahlewitz, Gangsdorf, Groß Kienitz, Glasow, Tollkrug, Rotberg, Kiekebusch, Karlshof, Königs Wusterhausen, Theresenhof, Groß Machnow, Rangsdorfer See, Groß Schulzendorf, Genshagen, Wietstock, Werben, Glienick, Dabendorf, Mittenwald, Zossen, Bestensee, Waldstadt, Wünsdorf, Trebbin