Stayed here this summer with Eurocamp/Sun hols offer. The camp is almost entirely German so usage of facilities and inclusion can be tricky. There are a few English-fluent staff which is good, the facilities on site are passable and range from poor value (swimming pool/spa) to ok (Pier one bar/restaurant and the mini supermarket). We drove so had use of the car, without it we would have been stuck and isolated.
Wietzendorf is small, it is mainly farm houses with a cheap, good value Lidl-style supermarket called Pennymarkt. The town of Soltau is 11km or so nearby (although difficult to find, a map/gps will be essential) and has good shopping facilities and a few nice sites. Luneburg is definitely worth a visit, and Hamburg is close enough, as is Bremen.
General advice: if you go, make sure you drive and it may not be worth the full sticker price as there are better and cheaper campsites in Europe.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- n the middle of the Lüneburger Heide in Lower Saxony, close to the beautiful village Wietzendorf, surrounded by woods and flowering meadows, lies the campsite Südsee-Camp. It is a holiday paradise with a 3,5 hectare lake and an inviting white beach.Whether you want to camp with your own caravan or tent or you want to rent a caravan, chalet or holiday cottage, we offer you an exceptional holiday experience with all the comfort you need. Spring, summer, autumn or winter – on our campsite it’s always holiday season.Play- and sports grounds, leisure activities, a horse stable, a lake or our subtropical indoor swimming pool – help to beat the boredom at all times. Restaurants, a supermarket, shops and a bike, go cart and car rental station complement the offer. We also offer you coach rides with our own coaches to musicals in Hamburg or amusement parks in the surrounding area. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Suedsee-Camp Hotel Wietzendorf