Historical bath architecture at the Baltic Sea

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Once the last remaining summer guests have struck their sails and left the sea baths, one can relax and recover wonderfully at the Baltic Sea.

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Once the last remaining summer guests have struck their sails and left the sea baths, one can relax and recover wonderfully at the Baltic Sea. A fresh sea breeze keeps everyone cool – a fact that already drew many kings and emperors to the Baltic Sea a long time ago. For those who wish to nose the fresh sea breeze between September 1st und November 31st, 2012, should take advantage of the “late-summer-freshness” package by Gutshaus Gross Toitin. For all bookings with a minimum stay of three nights, at either the Manor House (from 800 Euros), or the Coachman’s Cottage (576 Euro), a day trip to the island of Usedom and breakfast for up to six persons are included. During the trip through the emperor’s baths of Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin, a personal guide will give you an insight to the cultural and architectural history as well as grant you a glimpse behind today’s scenes. Topics will be the cultural and architectural history of the three emperor’s baths, their rise in the blooming period of the 19th century, their role in the German Democratic Republic and their rehabilitation after 1989. Afterwards there will be of course plenty of time to stroll along the historical seafront and piers, roam through the boutiques, or simply enjoy a fine cup of sea buckthorn tea while the wind is whistling around you. Bookings and further information at www.gutshaus-grosstoitin.de.

Gutshaus Gross Toitin is located about two hours from Hamburg and Berlin. It is nestled amidst the meadows and fields of Mecklenburg-Western-Pomerania and only a stone’s throw away from the islands of Usedom and Ruegen. This newly renovated and lovingly arranged property features two buildings: the elegant Manor House with five bedrooms and the rural minted Coachman’s Cottage with three bedrooms. Both buildings can be booked separately. The Manor House is especially appreciated and loved by families.


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