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Children and youth accommodation ERROR: cannot translate. Error code: 403 ServiceQuality Germany Level 1 Accessible for people with impaired mobility Service Quality Germany KiEZ Hölzerner See

an der B 179
Weg zum Hölzernen See 1
15754 Heidesee OT Gräbendorf
Phone

033763/63239 oder 20524

http:/​/​www.​hoelzerner-see.​de
info@​hoelzerner-see.​de
Accommodation for wheelchair users Shelter mentally handicapped Accommodation for allergy sufferers Certified company: Quality management child and youth tourism
On the beautiful wooden lake we offer children, teenagers and families on 16.5 hectares leisure fun, recreation, games and sports. Only 25 km before the gates of Berlin and nevertheless in the middle of the forest lies our children and youth recreation center in the nature park Dahme-Heideseen. 6 guesthouses and 60 bungalows invite you to enjoy your leisure time. Excursions on foot, by bike or by canoe take you to riding stables, the "Haus des Waldes", the "Kindertierpark am Frauensee" and the "Germanische Siedlung", an original excavation site. Seminar and rehearsal rooms are available for training camps and training courses. The Hobbybude offers a variety of creative activities under professional guidance, the Haus des Wassers our Mit-Mach-Museum offers education through experience and the little ones can try out what they have learnt in the water forest.

Member of the Federal Working Group of the KiEZe, the Regional Association for Children and Youth Travel Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. and the German School Home Association.

t Information for guests with reduced mobility

Short description

General information on accessibility:
  • No designated disabled parking spaces available
  • Access to the building: via 1 step and ramp
  • 4 multi-bed rooms on the ground floor, infinitely variable access
  • Breakfast room/ restaurant on the ground floor accessible via ramp, door width: 106 cm
  • Separate guest toilet for guests with restricted mobility, continuously accessible. Door width: 94 cm, movement area in front of WC: 134 cm x 150 cm, right: 80 cm x 124 cm, left: 98 cm x 150 cm, handles available
  • Conference and event rooms on the ground floor accessible via ramp
Rooms & sanitary area:
  • Width of the narrowest of all doors, corridors and passages to be used: 83 cm
  • Door width sanitary area: 94 cm
  • Movement area in front of the WC: 102 cm x 150 cm, right: 150 cm x 150 cm, left: 38 cm x 150 cm, handles available
  • shower infinitely variable with wheelchair accessible, movement area of the shower: 150cm x 150 cm, seat possibility in the shower available
Special features:
various houses on the site are accessible to guests with reduced mobility:
  • bunny house with ramp and 1 WC with shower
  • Foxhole with ramp
  • Stork house with ramp and 1 step 4cm, 2 showers + WC
  • Stone house with ramp, WC + shower
  • sensory garden
  • Studio kitchen with 6 tables that can be driven under, stove + sink can be driven under, door: 93 cm
  • 2 small separate rooms next to the studio kitchen: Pilzstube and Flößerstube

    car parking spaces

    • Comment Parking is available everywhere on the site, including directly in front of the accommodation houses.

    Access to the farm

    • stepless access
    • via ramp
    • Ramp height 0.44 m
    • Ramp length 2 m
    • Ramp inclination 22
    • not only via carousel or rotary door
    • Entrance door passage width 151 cm

    Reception

    • Reception counter or table not partially lowered to a height of 85cm but other possibility of communication available in sitting position

    corridors

    • Width of the corridors leading to the rooms 150 cm

    room

    • stepless access
    • door width of the room 83 cm
    • Width of the narrowest of all doors, corridors and passageways to be used 83 cm
    • Length of the area of movement before the passage to a long side of the bed 150 cm
    • Width of the area of movement before the passage to a long side of the bed 150 cm
    • Width of the moving surface on this long side of the bed >150 cm
    • Width of movement areas in front of furniture (e.g. cupboard) 150 cm
    • Width of the narrowest passage inside the room 143 cm
    • Height of the lying surface 39 cm
    • Number of accessible beds (at least 15 cm high, across the entire width of the bed) 3
    • Comment: A second mattress can be laid on.

    Sanitary room to the room

    • stepless access
    • Door width to sanitary room 94 cm
    • Width of the narrowest of all doors, corridors and passages to be used 94 cm
    • Door does not open into the sanitary room
    • Length of the movement area in front of the washbasin 150 cm
    • Width of the movement area in front of the washbasin 95 cm
    • Depth of the washbasin underride (at a height of 67 cm) 21 cm
    • Upper edge of washbasin (armrest surface) from floor 85 cm
    • mirror above the washbasin, visible while sitting or standing
    • Length of the movement area in front of the toilet bowl 150 cm
    • Width of the movement area in front of the toilet bowl 102 cm
    • Length of the movement area to the right of the toilet bowl 150 cm
    • Width of the movement area to the right of the WC bowl 150 cm
    • Length of the movement area to the left of the toilet bowl 150 cm
    • Width of the movement area to the left of the WC bowl 38 cm
    • Hand grips next to the WC on the right and left side available
    • Height (top edge) of handles 85 cm
    • The handholds protrude over the front edge of the toilet bowl 15 cm
    • Distance between handholds 71 cm
    • Both handles can be folded up and locked in the folded up position
    • Seat height of toilet bowl (upper edge of toilet seat) 47 cm
    • Infinitely variable shower for a wheelchair
    • Length of the movement area of the shower 150 cm
    • Width of the movement area of the shower 150 cm
    • fixed, folding or suspended shower seat available
    • Height of shower armature (can be reached from a sitting position) 100 cm
    • Emergency call available
    • Comment: The second WC can be accessed from different sides.

    Access to breakfast room/restaurant/dining room

    • via ramp
    • Ramp length 800 m
    • Ramp inclination 6%

    The above data were collected for

    • Shared room (room number: ) 006-009
    • The establishment is also suitable for groups of guests with reduced mobility.
    • Comment: The above dates apply to multi-bed rooms 006-009.
      A further 13 rooms on the ground floor with access to barrier-free communal sanitary facilities:
      • Bunny house: 3 rooms á 3 beds,
      • Stone house: 6 rooms, 2 bathrooms, multiple beds 3 pieces,
      • Fuchsbau: 2x sanitary, 4 rooms á 5 beds,
      • Stork's nest: 2 rooms á 4 beds.

    Professional competence/service

    • Information about further barrier-free offers in the region can be made available.
    • Transfer or pick-up from the station/bus stop etc. is possible.
    • There are employees in the company who are trained for the target group.
    • Comment: Arriving by public transport is difficult.

    Collection of data

    • The data presented here are verified data
    • Date of data collection 26.10.2015
    • Investigator (Institution) Tourismusverband Dahme-Seen
    • Researcher (Institution) Tourism Academy Brandenburg

    t Information for Guests with Learning Disabilities/ "Mental Disability

    Short description

    • Many guests with learning difficulties or intellectual disabilities have already been here. They liked it a lot.
    • The area is large, but clearly arranged
    • you can not only live and eat in the KIEZ, but also, for exampleor try things out. In difficult language this meansexperiment. There's always someone there to help you, and everything.explained.
    • You can spend your holidays here with other people.I'll do it. You can also be alone with your group. There's aExample dining rooms and bed houses that are only there for you. IfYou want me to.

      That's good to know:

      • Everything will be explained and shown to you in peace. You can ask questions.
      • Do you need an accompanying person or support? Do you need a care service? We can make recommendations.

      We can still do that for you:

      • We have a lot of experience with guests with learning difficulties.

      Who collected this information? When?

      • Experts have checked: Is the information above correct?
      • Researcher (Institution) Tourism Association Dahme Seen
      • When did the information come from? 22.01.2009
      • When did the information come from? 26.10.2015

      t Information for guests with allergies and food intolerances

      Short description

      • 28 double or twin rooms / 86 multi-bed rooms
      • 3 apartments are suitable for allergy sufferers.
      The company has offers for:
      • pet allergy sufferers
      • house dust mite allergy sufferers
      • mold allergy sufferers
      • Guests with special nutritional needs
      Special features:
      • situated at the Hölzernen See and at the Förstersee
      • in the thick of woods
      • next big road 1,5 km away

        General Information

        • The distance to the nearest pollutant emission source (factory, heating station, petrol station, etc.) is more than 4,000 metres.
        • When furnishing the house, care is taken to use low-pollutant or non-polluting equipment.
        • The house is furnished without odour-intensive and allergenic plants.
        • During cleaning and care, care is taken to use mild, neutral, biodegradable cleaners, no solvents are used.
        • On request, allergologically / dermatologically harmless body care products can be made available.
        • The guest rooms are equipped with a minibar where e.g. medicines can be stored in a cool place.
        • Complete operation is smoke-free
        • Non-smoking rooms are available

        pet allergy sufferers

        • There are no animals on the holding or in its immediate vicinity
        • Pet-free rooms are available
        • Comment By arrangement dogs may be brought along, but only in certain accommodations.

        pollen allergy sufferers

        • There is always up-to-date information available about the seasonal course of the pollen flight in the region.

        house dust mite allergy sufferers

        • The humidity in the guest rooms is below 50 percent.
        • Allergen impermeable protective covers for mattresses, duvets and pillows available
        • Allergic blankets and pillows without down are available
        • The bed linen is washed with at least 60°C.
        • The guest rooms are equipped without open furniture or shelves, without upholstered furniture and without curtains made of thick fabrics.
        • Comment The sanitary areas and the cafeteria are wiped daily. The guest rooms are wiped after each change.

        mold allergy sufferers

        • It is regularly shock ventilated.
        • There are guest rooms without houseplants or with exclusively hydroponic plants.
        • There are guest rooms without humidifier

        Special nutritional requirements (breakfast buffet/hotel restaurant etc.)

        • Information on the ingredients of the food/meals used can be provided on request.
        • It is possible to arrange meals according to individual needs and quantities.
        • Food free of flavour enhancers is offered
        • Gluten-free food is offered
        • Lactose-free food is offered
        • Vegetarian food is offered
        • Vegan food is offered
        • On the menu/ buffet/ homepage you will find information that the staff is available to answer questions about allergies and food intolerances.

        Professional competence/service

        • Information about further offers suitable for allergy sufferers and guests with special nutritional needs in the region can be made available.
        • Contact details for relevant contacts in the region are available
        • All employees are informed about the company's orientation towards guests with allergies and incompatibilities and take this into account in their daily work.
        • There are employees in the company who are trained for the target group. Other seminars and training attended see commentary

        Collection of data

        • Date of self-disclosure 26.10.2015