A Cozy Cafeteria And Home Accessories

A cold, not really sunny day and the mood to go to a cozy place. My friend brought me to an unexpected nice cafeteria in a small village near to Travemünde where I am for a few weeks.

The place is called Tausendschön (Daisy) and is situated in Warnsdorf, just a few kilometers off Travemünde at the Baltic Sea in Northern Germany.

First thing to catch our eyes are the cakes. They look so good and any cake lover would be delighted. Mouth-watering, fruity and really a good choice of homemade cakes and sweets.

The room itself is bright with many windows and a typical Swedish or Danish style interior. Sofas with a lot of cushions, comfortable chairs, bright colors on the walls, funny wallpapers and white-red tableware.

While waiting for our coffees I had a look at the adjoining room with home accessories. What do you think about this style? I could not resist and took some pastry dishes…

I was very surprised to find a place like this in a small village where are only a few houses, a little bit out of the direct reach and maybe still a secret tip for who likes a different place than the typical tourist places.

I would really recommend this place to anyone who looks for a nice and inspiring place for coffee-time.

(This is NO sponsored article! I just liked the place and wanted to show the photos as well.)

Warnsdorf, Schleswig-Holstein/Germany:

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For further information:
Landhaus Töpferhof
Fuchsbergstr. 3-11
23626 Warnsdorf

Opening hours:
Tuesday – Saturday: 1 pm to 6 pm
Sunday : 12 am to 6 pm
Monday closed

Best to go by car or by bus from Travemünde/Niendorf to Warnsdorf.

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2 Responses to A Cozy Cafeteria And Home Accessories

  1. don madigan says:

    Reminds me H of our Saturday coffee dates, except that cafe is much nicer than the Happy Bear. its gone and now opened under another name.

    • crumbs on travel says:

      The Happy Bear was a special one because a looking-forward-to-saturday-cafeteria. The nicest coffee with such a beautiful company. Will miss it for ever..it was so great, Don!

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