Senhoog Sylt

Senhoog Sylt

Sylt, Germany
6 guests · 3 bedrooms · 3 beds · 3 baths

Sylt has long been a playground for Germany's rich and famous and is called the ' German Hamptons' for good reason: Superb Food, great landscape and no crowds, these are the defining qualities of Germany's most fabulous island. Our pick to experience this hotspot are the Senhoog Homes in picturesque Morsum and Westerland. The well decorated houses are the ideal escape for larger families and couples seeking privacy and exclusivity in the breathtaking landsape of Sylt. New for 2020: The Senhoog Chalets in Leogang, Salzburg Alps with private Infinity Pool in one of the best Skiing Resorts in Austria.

house Guide


  • 2 Houses, Westerland features 125sqm (up to 4) and Morsum 160sqm (up to 6), equipped with exclusive country house style
  • 1000 sqm plot
  • 2 bedrooms and bunk beds for children upstairs
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 3 terraces with Garpa furniture and beach chairs
  • B&O entertainment system in all bedrooms and living areas
  • Gaggenau kitchen with grill plate, Weber gas grill on the terrace
  • The Morsum house features a 40 sqm wellness area with sauna, shower, bathtub and loungers
  • 3 terraces with outdoor furniture and beach chairs
  • Terrace with beach chairs
  • Towels for the beach
  • Wifi

Ideal for

  • Larger families and couples. Up to 4 adults and 2 kids (in bunkbeds). Dogs are welcome at € 90 per stay


  • Right in front


  • From € 350 per night in low season including tax. Extra charge for final cleaning € 290

Local Guide

Lovely Restaurants

  • Dorfkrug, relaxed and easy-going atmosphere, Kampen, Braderuper Weg 3
  • Jörg Müller, Sylt’s classiest restaurant serves local specialities, Westerland, Süderstrasse 8
  • Gogärtchen, place to see and be seen in Kampen, Strönwai


  • Pony, legendary Club, Kampen, Strönwai 6
  • Club Rotes Kliff, place to be when it comes to nightlife, Kampen, Braderuper Weg 3
  • Rauchfang, great for Aperitif, Kampen, Strönwai 5

Best Boutiques

  • We recommend idyllic Keitum with it's charming Stores and Art Galleries

Don't miss

  • A day at the beach is a must, rent a 'Strandkorb' and listen to the waves of the rough North Sea

How to get there

  • Fly to Sylt, served by Eurowings and Lufthansa from major german airports
  • By train: Destination Westerland (ICE Service)
  • By car: Drive along the Motorway A7 exit Flensburg/Harrislee, car transport train from Niebüll to Westerland ( € 88 round trip)

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Minimum stay: 7 nights

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