The Ruppiner Lakes region is located between Germany's vibrant capital and the Mecklenburg Lakes is renowned for its culture as well as its lakes. It is blessed with picturesque waterways, unspoilt forests, gently rolling hills, pretty Brandenburg villages and charming stately homes and manor houses. With more than 170 lakes, almost all linked by a network of canals and rivers, this area has the greatest abundance of water in the Brandenburg region. The 19th century German author Theodor Fontane loved this part of the world - and you will quickly feel the same.
The Ruppiner Land region is exceptionally well equipped for barrier-free travel for the disabled. Everyone, including disabled people, can find excellent accommodation and tailor-made holiday activities. The range of accessible accommodation includes hotels, holiday apartments, youth hostels and campsites. Four-star Hotel HausRheinsberg on the shores of a lake is a very special place. No other hotel in Germany has been so systematically designed for disabled guests, from its wheelchair-accessible rooms to its leisure suite. Landhaus Seebeck by Lake Vielitzsee in Seebeck offers de luxe self-catering holiday homes suitable for people with disabilities.