Living in history: Old School - Principal's rooms

6 guests
2 bedrooms
4 beds
1 bath

Live history! Enjoy nature! Our historic schoolhouse was built in 1912 and served as elementary school until 1961. After a changeful history as military hospital and barracks, church, sports club home and vacantness, we now restore it as vacation accomodations with special charm. Some elements remind of the building's past as schoolhouse, the decoration honors the "Reformarchitektur" (German version arts and crafts style) around 1900. The principal's rooms have been entirely renovated in 2019.


  • TV
  • Wifi
  • Free parking on premises
  • Pets allowed
  • Heating
  • Smoke detector
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • First aid kit
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Shampoo
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  • Lock on bedroom door
  • Hangers
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron
  • Laptop friendly workspace
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker
  • Refrigerator
  • Dishwasher
  • Dishes and silverware
  • Cooking basics
  • Oven
  • Stove
  • BBQ grill
  • Patio or balcony
  • Garden or backyard
  • Luggage dropoff allowed
  • Long term stays allowed

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The space
- Bedroom 1:
In the former principal's room which maintains the original hardwood parquet floor, you will find a big double bed (180cmx200cm) and a pullout daybed for a snuggy siesta in the afternoon or to sleep two more guests.
A desk with a vista over the wide landscape can be used for work or recording your vacation memories.
An enourmous oak wardrobe, originally from a castle en Luxembourg, offers ample space for baggage and clothes.

- Bedroom 2:
The second bedroom with original timber flooring has two single beds (90 cm x 200 m), a desk and an ample wardorbe.

- Bathroom:
The bathroom has been completely remodeled with a shower (90 x 90), vanitiy and mirror, hairdryer and power outlets.

- Kitchen/Living room area
A special highlight is the open concept living and room and kitchen area. Cook together and review the day over a glass of wine. Just relax reading a book on the sofa, update Instagram with travel impressions or watch a movie on the 55'' 4K smart TV. Everything can be done togehter. Nobody has to "disappear" in the kitchen to cook dinner. You can eat together directly on the XL-kitchen island in the center of the room.

The pantry hides the washer and dryer.
Guest access
Guests have exclusive access to all parts of the apartment. They share the general stairwell of the building and the wide outside areas (terrace, roofed terrace, game grounds, lawn etc.) with other guests.
Additional notes
Guest interaction
I dont't live in or near the property, but will always be available for questions or problems.
Neighborhood overview
The old schoolhouse is located in the borough Mötsch of Bitburg. It's a quiet neighbourhood that borders directly with the open landscape. The town center of Bitburg with cafes, stores, shops, restaurants and supermarkets is located at about 2 km. (1.2 miles). Our neighbours are the horse riding club and the local soccer field. Meeting locals? The sports club TuS Mötsch has its club home on the ground floor of our building and is looking forward to our guests stopping by for a beer.
Getting around
Im Nu erreicht man mit dem Auto das Zentrum von Bitburg. Auf dem Weg dorthin passiert man ein "McDonald's" und eine Bäckerei. Rings um die Unterkunft beginnen herrliche Wander- und Radwege. Die Kylltal- und Nimsradwege sind nach kurzer Strecke zu erreichen, ebenso wie der Josef-Schramm-Wanderweg. Aber auch unser Stadteil Mötsch hat kürzere Wanderstrecken ausgewiesen.
In unserer Gegend gibt es viel zu entdecken:
Nach Trier sind es ca. 30 min., Luxemburg (Stadt), 45 min., Echternach 30 min., an die Mosel (Bernkastel-Kues) 35 min., außerdem warten Burgen, Schlösser und malerische Dörfer darauf entdeckt zu werden (Malberg, Hamm, Rittersdorf, Dudeldorf,). Auf dem neuen archäologische Rundweg um Bitburg kann man die Spuren der Römer finden.


Living in history - Eifel
Niels Becker
Fröbelstraße 44
41515 Grevenbroich

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