The main house

Our main house is the heart of the hotel Landhaus Haverbeckhof.
Here you can find the reception, the restaurant "Harmshof" and the "Toepferzimmer", as well as the "Heidekrug", where we serve breakfast.
Additionally 5 double rooms on the first floor await you with fresh heath colours.

The house was build in 1957 after the real "Heidekrug" standing on the same place before burned down.

Double room in main building
Breakfast in "Heidekrug"
Cosy "Toepfer Zimmer" with tiled stove and wood panelling

The Pforte house with green surrounding

The Pforte house

The "Hans Pforte house" is opposite of the main house across the street. It accommodates seven double rooms, a single room and a family room. The family room is divided into two rooms each with two beds. All rooms have shower / WC and are equipped with a hair dryer.

Three rooms on the ground floor of the house can be reached without steps. The showers are at ground level.

The thatched building is surrounded by tall oaks and beeches. Starting here you can conquer the nature reserve directly, because the border runs right behind the house. On the house's own small car park you can leave your car.

In the same building, the exhibition "Bees worlds" is housed. The namesake of the house "Hans Pforte" decreed testamentary in 1980, that his assets s
hould be used by the VNP for environmental education. This was implemented with a number of information houses in the nature reserve. Admission to the "bees worlds" is free!

Double room in Pforte-house

Our "Schönichen house" in the middle of nature

The Schönichen house

The homey "Schönichen house" is a bit off-site. Its four rooms provide views on nature. Forest and orchard surround the thatched cottage.

The house is optimal for small groups or families, because the hall can be used as a common room. Here, you find tea facilities.

From the car park staircases, leads directly to the cottage. Thanks to the surrounding greenery you will not be disturbed by car traffic.

Lovingly called the "Uni", recalls the house to its former use. In the 1950s, scientists were housed here, exploring the nature reserve during their research. The namesake Walther Schönichen was biologist and one of the early German conservationists. In 1922, Schönichen took over the leadership of the State Agency for Natural monuments in Prussia founded in 1906 (Staatlichen Stelle für Naturdenkmalpflege in Preußen).

The hall of Schönichen house.
Guestroom Schönichen House.
Double room in Schönichen-house.

The guesthouse Eichenhof

Guesthouse Eichenhof.
Double room in the guesthouse Eichenhof.
Wake up with the sun.
Double room in the guesthouse Eichenhof.

The Eichenhof

Located underneath the main house:

4 double rooms

3 Single rooms

seperated with 3 entrances

Parking lot directly in front

everything ground level, except for the showers

2 garages next door

surrounded by old oaks
 and green areas, ideal for families, Parents, kids and dogs

free Wi-Fi