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SEENHOG Luxury Holiday Homes Sylt

A quick 5 minutes’ walk separates the 130 m² SENHOOG “LeuchtTurmSeele” holiday home from the dunes and more than 40 kilometres of beach on the island’s western side. The stroll from the living room to the pedestrian area of the island’s main city is only a tad long, about ten minutes. You can leave the car back at home. In Westerland, untamed nature, sandy beaches stretching for kilometres, cafes, boutiques, bars, trendy restaurants and small workshops pop up everywhere and are the perfect excuse to explore the area and let time while away. Back at the holiday home, the large table with whitewashed 17th century tiles offers plenty of space for a good spread made up of the purchases from the city’s stores. The furniture in the large home is a luxurious mix of the island’s style, Danish design and a light blue and grey palette reminiscent of the sea: a perfect complement to Westerland’s fashionable vibes.

Meadows, fields, and mudflats as far as the eye can see. The 160 m² “SalzWasserHerz” holiday home is located in Morsum, on the island’s eastern side. A veritable idyll for everyone looking for some peace and quiet. It is also the perfect starting point for active holiday-goers wishing to go on long walks or jog, cycling tours, and golf. And as if that were not enough, the Morsum Kliff, one of the oldest natural protected areas in Germany, is also nearby. Let the sediments deposited over millions of years tell you about the Earth’s history in all of their exuberant colours. And the scenic view from here over the mudflats is unique, to say the last. What about recreating a perfect beach picnic after the excursion? You can do so in the afternoon on your own terrace surrounded by nature; as soon as the breeze picks up, retreat from the biting cold and enjoy a warm cup of tea in front of the tiled stove.


Themes and research topics

  • Lutz Sperr: Chef from Swabia and hotelier creates the perfect holiday on Sylt
  • Being in control is good, but trusting one another is even better: take what you need from the free fridge and wine shelf
  • Anticyclical travelling: empty beaches, walk-ins accepted at your favourite restaurant, and hours spent in front of the cosy fire, while the winter wind blows and whistles over the thatched roof
  • Be your own chef: prepare your own meals in the fully equipped kitchen as an alternative to a night out in one of the area’s starred restaurants
  • The whole kit and caboodle: grandparents, parents, children, and the dog(s)
  • An insider tip: visit Alexandro Pape’s cooking workshop, “king” of the local beer and of the first German sea salt