Drop anchor with us and enjoy a fantastic holiday in Cuxhaven. Our three establishments, the Villa Caldera, Hus Kiek in de See and Austernbank, are waiting for you behind the Döser Seedeich dyke, right on the popular Grimmershörn Bay. The prime location and warm welcome you’ll receive at our hotels are bound to make you feel even more relaxed.
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You’re bound to love this charming hotel, which boasts style and an inviting atmosphere. The house offers rooms with sea view, dyke view and those overlooking the sunny garden. All rooms have a small entrance hall and almost all also come with their own balcony.
Villa Caldera is an art nouveau villa featuring stylish rooms and a beautiful garden. The house impresses thanks to its romantic architecture and tasteful design. However, the absolute highlight is the luxurious junior suite in the attic with a view of the sea.
The Austernbank features two stunning apartments offering spectacular views of the dyke or the sea from the third floor. Located in a delightful beach-side villa, you’re guaranteed to find the famous North Sea backdrop here, which will make your holiday something truly special.
Our three neighbouring establishments are located just 100 metres from the North Sea bathing beach in Grimmershörn Bay. This exclusive location ensures that our guests can experience the North Sea up close and personal, simultaneously enjoying all the benefits of Cuxhaven to the full. Situated in the Lotsen- und Kapitänsviertel (Ship’s Pilot and Captain’s District), a host of attractive sights like the Alte Liebe viewing platform can be reached conveniently after just a few minutes’ walk.
Fishing and harbour operations have always been of great significance to Cuxhaven’s inhabitants. Despite the general decline in North Sea fishing, the town has continued to hold its ground as one of the key centres of Germany’s fish-processing industry. The crab cutters and fishing mile, where fresh fish is sold directly at the harbour to eager customers, are particularly popular with locals and visitors to Cuxhaven alike.
Visit the wild, romantic island of Sylt or Heligoland, a unique German island with a touch of the high seas about it. Cast off with the ferry from Cuxhaven on a range of popular excursions taking you along the coast and to other North Sea ports in less than two-and-a-half hours. During your crossing, take in the stunning views from the deck and breathe in the fresh sea air. Charming restaurants and cafés beckon in the town itself, in addition to stunning natural surroundings.
At just 3 km² in size, Neuwerk island lies around 10 kilometres to the west of Cuxhaven in the Wadden Sea. At low tide, it can be reached on foot, on horseback or with the Wadden Sea horse-drawn carriage. At high tide, however, the island is only accessible by boat or ship. Neuwerk is a popular excursion destination and officially part of the city of Hamburg. The island’s landmark is the majestic historical lighthouse, which dates back to the early 14th century.
As an official North Sea health spa, visitors to Cuxhaven will find a wide range of spa treatments awaiting them. The town is an ideal destination for those who wish to relax and recuperate on holiday. Baths and treatments with the essences of the sea are guaranteed to help you recharge your batteries. After your time at the spa, we’re sure you’ll return to the hotel refreshed and ready for anything.
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Cycling over the North Sea plains is a very special experience. There are no gradients to speak of, and the paths frequently lead straight ahead along the dyke or coastline. This ensures that even larger distances can be covered conveniently and quickly. If you fancy getting to know the region’s natural wonders, a bike or an e-bike is the perfect form of transport.
Lean back, relax and let us do the work. Our all-inclusive offers ensure you enjoy your holiday by the North Sea to the full.