The vicarage is a two-story half-timbered house with a crippled hipped roof and archway from 1822, extensively renovated in 1995. It is located directly opposite the town church of Marlow, built in 1244. The apartment offers about 40 m² of space for 2 to 3 people.
The old rectory radiates a very special charm with its high walls. The bright combined living room and bedroom is equipped with a double bed and with a sofa. A crib can be easily placed. An antique closet provides a cozy ambience in the room. Satellite TV and a book and game cabinet completes the leisure equipment. A well-equipped separate kitchen with a dining area is available for self-catering. Bathroom with toilet and shower. The large parish garden can be used with pleasure. Barbecue, read or relax, everything is possible here. For the smallest guests there is a climbing frame with swing.
The parsonage is centrally located in the village center opposite the town church of Marlow. In the immediate vicinity you will find the tourist information and the local history museum. After a few steps you can reach the brewery of Marlow. The bird park, a supermarket or the water hiking site can be reached shortly. The charming Recknitz valley offers something for everyone for hikers by water, on foot or by bike. Excursions to the Bodden or to the Baltic Sea can be easily reached by car in about 30-40 minutes.