In Mecklenburg Switzerland, on the Peene Canal, a shipping route that connects Lake Kummerow and Lake Malchin, the Moorbauer is located in the middle of untouched nature. And as the name suggests, in the middle of the moor with its very own flora and fauna. Beavers and otters are at home here. Every guest is immediately transported to another world: Unwinding is the order of the day in this tranquil and enchanting place.
The restaurant is a crooked shack in the middle of the moor. In our opinion, this is what makes the Moorbauern so charming (in addition to its special location). The dining room seats 30 people comfortably. Guests have to cross the courtyard to use the toilets. We have extensively renovated these.
Tables, chairs, sunshades and deckchairs are available for guests by the water
The Moorbauer excursion restaurant can only be reached from the water. If you don't have your own boat - many paddlers and sailors come here in summer - you can take the passenger boat Forelle or cross over from the opposite side with the company's own pedal boats (in the shape of a swan!). Guests for whom this is not an option can be picked up by the moor farmer in his boat.
Opening hours: June 9 to August 26, 2023, Thursdays to Sundays from 12 to 8 p.m.