North Sea holidays between the Elbe and the Weser
Moor spa Bederkesa with a unique view of the castle and lake. In the restaurant and the farmhouse parlour, you can enjoy regional products that are prepared with love. Arrive, take a deep breath, recharge your batteries: the stylish house, set in a park-like garden with a stream and pond, promises you pure wellness in the spacious sauna and bathing area.
Host family Manke has been running the "Bösehof" since 1957 and has written a real success story over the decades. Günter Manke bought the small "Waldschlößchen" inn at the beginning of 1957 and expanded the business into a hotel with 50 beds and an indoor swimming pool. In the meantime, son Klaus runs the "Bösehof" with his partner Andrea Roming. The Manke family is firmly rooted in regional traditions and still feels obliged to Heinrich Böse's famous hospitality today - after almost 200 years. The Bremen sugar merchant Heinrich Böse built his country estate - the Bösehof - in the mud spa Bederkesa with a view of the castle and lake in 1826. Today, family hospitality meets dignified ambience and all the amenities you could wish for.