The Trapp holiday farm is idyllically located in the Neetzetal. Holiday homes in modern country house style, a comfortable hay hotel in the rustic barn and guest rooms await those seeking relaxation, families, riding enthusiasts, groups and country enthusiasts.
The Neetze flows directly along the farm, so canoeists have direct access and can paddle right away. The landscape of the Elbe valley floodplains with its typical floodplain forests is particularly inviting for horseback riding, cycling, hiking, rafting and boating. (Elbe raft trips in the Elbe floodplain 19273 Amt Neuhaus, Hitzacker, Bleckede, Neu Darchau)
On the farm there is a large farm garden and lawn with garden furniture, table tennis, ball games, sandpit and a swing. Bicycles (also children’s bikes) can be rented. There are 4 horses and 2 tomcats. Breakfast is offered in the farm’s restaurant. In the former farm buildings of the farm are the holiday flats – perfect for families or a time-out for two. The well-tended farm garden borders directly on the horse pastures. The children can really let off steam: playground with swing and sandpit, table football, table tennis (rackets and balls can be rented on site) and other ball games provide variety. The campfire site in the middle of the garden offers space for sociable hours. Or you can spend the evening in the inn with good food and good conversation (on request).
By prior arrangement, we offer riding for children in the riding arena.
• Bathing beach on the Elbe in Alt Garge (8 km)
A bathing day with a picnic on the Elbe is an unforgettable summer experience. The many small and larger bays offer wonderful sandy beaches and many opportunities for undisturbed beach experiences in the picturesque surroundings of the Elbe's glacial valley.
For information about suitable places and how to get there, please contact your hosts at Ferienhof Trapp.
Dahlenburg and Bleckede offer all shopping facilities as well as 3 churches, several pubs and restaurants.
Popular excursion destinations:
the 1,000-year-old salt and Hanseatic city of Lüneburg with its unique brick Gothic architecture
-the world's largest ship lift in Scharnebeck
-the old castle
-the newly refurbished Elbe Valley House in Bleckede
-the Rundlingsdörfer in the Wendland region
-the Hanseatic city of Hamburg with many sights