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Hotel Zur Seemoewe
Hotel Zur Seemoewe
8.2 Excellent
Möwenweg 7, Poel, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
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0.1 mi from city centre, Poel 
ExcellentBased on 295 reviews
8.2

Featuring a swimming pool, Hotel Zur Seemowe is an easy drive from Wismar and Blowatz. Those staying at the property can also enjoy free Wi-Fi throughout their stay.

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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Poel:£68/night
Absolute cheapest price found:£26/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Thursday
£63 - £72
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£55 - £81
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Hotel Zur Seemoewe
Hotel Zur Seemoewe
8.2 Excellent
Möwenweg 7, Poel, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
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0.1 mi from city centre,  

Featuring a swimming pool, Hotel Zur Seemowe is an easy drive from Wismar and Blowatz. Those staying at the property can also enjoy free Wi-Fi throughout their stay.

£84
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About Poel

Located where the Bay of Wismar meets the Bay of Mecklenburg, Poel Island is a picturesque holiday destination in the Baltic Sea. Its rare salt marshes attract birdlife from near and far while its sandy beaches provide the setting for swimming, sandcastle-building and a variety of water sports.

Things to do

On the west coast of Poel Island is the Leuchtturm Timmendorf Strand, a rectangular brick lighthouse that’s been in operation since 1872. It marks the entrance to Wismar Bay, with its multi-coloured tower topped by a conical red “hat”. The Leuchtturm Timmendorf Strand is best viewed on a stroll around the marina or from the nearby sandy beach.

Birdwatchers can spot a variety of rare species in the salt marshes that ring Poel Island, with guided walking tours available with local ornithologists. Alternatively, you can cruise around the uninhabited island of Langenwerder. It lies off the north-east coast of Poel and has been protected as a nature reserve due to the coastal birds that flock here to breed.

For insight into the cultural heritage of the island, head to the Inselmuseum Poel, which occupies a school building that dates back to 1806. Learn about Poel’s native flora and fauna, admire the paintings by Karl Christian Klasen, together with a “rocking bathtub” built in the early 20th century. Outside the museum is a boulder garden and a model of the island’s castle ramparts that were destroyed during the Thirty Years’ War.

Getting around

Poel Island is 25 minutes’ drive from Wismar and about an hour from Rostock while Rostock–Laage Airport is one hour away. Hamburg Airport is less than two hours from Poel Island. Buses travel around Poel while having your own vehicle gives you greater freedom to explore the island.

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  • What are the best hotels in Poel?

    Poeler Ostseeluft in the house Paula is a very popular hotel in Poel, with a score of 8.8 from 20 reviews. Quaint Bungalow near Insel Poel with Garden (8.3 from 13 reviews) and Haus Simone (8.3 from 35 reviews) are also highly rated Poel hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.