Vacation resort Paradies am Malchiner See

cover picture, © Foto: Rieck
Holiday parks & resorts, Holiday flats, Holiday home, family-friendly, cyclist-friendly, holidays in the countryside

Three bungalows on Lake Malchin

Our "Paradies" complex is located in a quiet little vacation home complex in Dahmen on Lake Malchin. The bathing beach and the lake fishery can be reached on foot in three minutes. Fishing licenses and delicious smoked fish are available there. The former sugar factory with its workers' accommodation, which is still inhabited today, characterizes the townscape, as does a hand weaving mill with workshops and an art print shop. The small Gothic-style church is well worth a visit. There are two restaurants, a country market and a farm café. There is a playground in the village. There are also several horse-riding facilities in the surrounding area.

Three modern, cozy and well-kept bungalows with combined living/sleeping area with double bed, wood-burning stove and ceiling fan, separate fully equipped fitted kitchen with ceramic hob, dishwasher, freezer/refrigerator combination.
Terrace with awning directly on the reed belt of Lake Malchin, garden furniture, sunbathing lawn with sun loungers, barbecue, spacious lockable storage room, own boat mooring and car parking space, rowing boat, motorboat and bicycles can be booked on request.
Our facility is ideal for a vacation for two or with friends, relatives or colleagues.

Included :
Firewood
Tea towels
Bed linen and towels per person and stay

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Arrival

Your destination:
Ferienanlage Paradies am Malchiner See
Am Kanal 43-45
17166 Dahmen



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  • Mühlenstraße, 17166 Teterow

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