Part of the church ensemble: rectory and rector's house, © Sabine Maus
Holiday home

Take a salt city vacation in the vacation homes or a vacation apartment of the historic inner city ensemble "Alte Schule" in Bad Sülze, the oldest brine and moor bath in northern Germany. In indescribable peace and serenity you enjoy from here short distances to the vacation centers and have at any time your relaxing, creative retreat.

Salt City Holidays offers the discovery of slowness in the historic old town ensemble "Old School with Parish and Rector's Barn" surrounded by peace, nature and romantic small town flair. Experience the charming surroundings in their natural diversity and tranquility. From your salt town vacation base camp, take the shortest route to the Baltic Sea exactly when the beaches are breathing a sigh of relief. Return from the surrounding Hanseatic cities with many impressions let the day end with us with pleasure.
Our modern and comfortably furnished 5-star vacation homes "Pfarrscheune" (51 m²) and "Rektorscheune" (54 m²) as well as our 4-star vacation apartment "Alte Schule" (69 m²) are each designed for two people. Extra beds for children are possible.


Both vacation homes are furnished almost identically and are non-smoking living areas. On the first floor there is a kitchen-living room with a comfortable sitting area, a dining or working table and the kitchen area. From here you have access to a furnished terrace of about 12 square meters, which allows an interesting view of the small town flair due to the location of the buildings. The bathroom is equipped with a ground-level shower. A comfortable small staircase leads you to the cozy bedroom in the attic, equipped with a high-quality box spring double bed and TV.


The spacious, modern furnished vacation apartment is located as a separate apartment on the second floor of the "Alte Schule". It offers with full equipment a living room with built-in eat-in kitchen and optionally another sleeping place, a dining and working area, a modern bathroom with ground-level shower and toilet and a charming bedroom flexibly furnished with two single beds or a double bed.


Other features include: Modern design, seating area, dining table, 2 x TV, stereo and DVD system / soundbar, W-LAN, eat-in kitchen fully equipped, stove, oven, dishwasher, fridge-freezer combination, washing machine and dryer for shared use, towelstowels, bed linen, hair dryer, barbecue, bicycles for rent, storage for own bikes, parking space on the premises.

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Salzstadt-Ferien
Am Kirchplatz 2-3
18334 Bad Sülze



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Built in 1869 in neo-Gothic Thudor style, designed by Heinrich Thormann, © Kleine-Mölle

Viecheln manor house

  • Schloßstr., 17179 Viecheln

Wilhelm Blohm (Blohm&Voss) had the manor house designed in neo-Gothic Tudor style by the renowned Wismar architect Heinrich Thormann in 1869. Today, the magnificent house with the 3 hectare estate park offers vacation apartments as well as rooms for e.g. weddings.

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© Sabine Maus

Restaurant café-wunder-bar

  • Open today
  • Am Markt, 18334 Bad Sülze

East of Rostock, between the Hanseatic Cities of Stralsund and Greifswald, the café-wunder-bar restaurant is located in Bad Sülze, directly at the market, in the oldest spa town in northern Germany. On our outdoor terrace you can enjoy the tranquility of the greenery and the view of the town church from 1362 with coffee and ice cream specialties

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© Levke Adomeit

Ehmkendorf manor house

  • Ehmkendorf, 18195 Stubbendorf

The last house in the village - on the edge of the Recknitz Valley - is Gutshaus Ehmkendorf. A wonderful retreat for families, groups and seminars in the heart of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

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© KERAMIK ton-studio-m-1/Marquardt

CERAMICS sound studio-m-1

  • Open today
  • Butzebarg, 18337 Fahrenhaupt

Beautiful ceramics for everyday use! Handmade in faience technique. Decor: fish and tulips. Dishwasher safe.

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© Familie Burmester

Manor house Stubbendorf

  • Dorfstraße, 18195 Stubbendorf

Our comfortable vacation apartments are ideal for those who are looking for something special in Mecklenburg: a mix of originality in nature, beauty and atmosphere in a typical old manor house - a setting that invites you to a variety of activities and to slow down in equal measure.

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© Recknitztal-Hotel Marlow

Brewery "Zur alten Fassfabrik" & Marlower Brewery

  • Open today
  • Carl-Kossow-Str., 18337 Marlow

You would like to try our own produced Marlow beer? Or refined meat and fish dishes or burgers? Our brewery directly at the Recknitztal-Hotel Marlow is open daily for you.

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Our castle in Duckwitz - we look forward to seeing you!, © Ferien am Schloss Duckwitz

Vacations at the castle in Duckwitz

  • Duckwitz, 17179 Duckwitz

Family vacation right on the lake - horseback riding, swimming, fishing - kids will love it - and so will their parents. Relax... when the kids are busy and happy - only then the vacation begins for the parents...

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© Manuela Steimle

Schlemmin Rose Garden and Rose Dew Ceramics

  • Open today
  • Eickhofer Straße, 18320 Schlemmin

At Rosentau ceramics we make decorative ceramics. Each piece is unique and a very special souvenir!

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© Schloss Semlow A. Hantke

Semlow Castle

  • Parkstraße, 18334 Semlow

The manor house was commissioned by Carl von Behr-Negendank and built by the Strelitz court architect Friedrich Wilhelm Buttel around 1825. Around 1850, the castle was extended by the addition of an orangery and a two-story living area. The castle is surrounded by a beautiful park of 21 hectares.

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Lühburg Castle and Palace Park, © Schloss Lühburg

Lühburg Castle

  • Lühburg, 17179 Walkendorf

Mecklenburg ParkLand: old manor houses, open manors, parks & gardens, moat, island, nature, vastness, tranquility, ambience, sightseeing, cycling, bathing, hunting, fishing, horseback riding - or just enjoy: relax in your favorite apartment at Schloss Lühburg, our guest service is prepared for almost all wishes.

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Bassendorf manor house

  • Bassendorf, 18513 Deyelsdorf

Charming manor house in the Baltic Sea hinterland with simple guest rooms. The garden of the manor house in baroque style allows a free view into the nature.

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© Wolfgang Hube

MV Art Gallery

  • Open today
  • Krähenberger Holz, 18337 Marlow

In the MV-Kunst Galerie, the self-taught artists Wolfgang Hube and Kathy H-Teufel exhibit their paintings, painted ostrich eggs and stones, as well as jewellery made using a wide variety of techniques. Guests can also get active themselves in the painting workshop. A guided tour of the gallery is free of charge.

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© Mareike Wendel-Bigalke

Trebel Café

  • Open today
  • Karl-Marx-Str., 18465 Tribsees

Directly at the market place of Tribsees we invite you to cake, ice cream and cocktails!

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© M. Steimle

Marlow canoe and boat rental

  • Open today
  • Försterei, 18334 Semlow

Actively experience nature in the Recknitz Valley: Canoe and kayak rentals, rowing and fishing boats, guided raft tours, bicycle rentals, combined bicycle and canoe tours, sale of tourist fishing license, fishing permits, overnight stays in own tent, caravan/camper, arrangement of vacation homes, snack bar.

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© Sabine Maus

Salt Museum Bad Sülze

  • Closed today
  • Saline, 18334 Bad Sülze

The Salt Museum presents the history of salt extraction from the brine of Sülz, the spa and bathing history and shows some other trades of the city. In two special exhibition rooms we show exhibitions of a completely different kind four to five times a year. Children and adults are especially enthusiastic about riding the moor train.

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