Haus der Stille | Kloster Drübeck
Spending the night in the House of Tranquillity
The former official residence of the estate steward now houses spacious guest rooms flooded with light. The House of Tranquillity is there to help people to find peace of mind, to gather new strength and to become aware of what is important in life according to the Gospel. The House of Silence has a chapel, which can be used for prayers and devotions, as well as a meditation and group room with an adjoining garden.
Capacity: 9 double rooms and 3 single rooms. Facilities: shower, WC, telephone, WIFI.
House of Tranquillity, exterior view
The House of Tranquillity:
- lies in the wonderful landscape of the northern foothills of the Harz Mountains. It offers space to all who wish to spend intensive days in silence, nature and prayer.
- is an institution of the Protestant Church. It is supported by the Protestant Church in Central Germany (EKM). Since 2005, the house has been run in cooperation with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Braunschweig.
- stands on former convent grounds with a Romanesque church that is over a thousand years old. It is part of the Protestant Centre at Drübeck Abbey, which also includes a pastoral college, a pedagogical-theological institute and a media centre as well as a conference and meeting centre.
- The programme of the House of Tranquillity is managed by Pastor Stefan Wohlfarth (EKM) and Pastor Irene Sonnabend (Regional Church of Brunswick).
Further information can be found on the website of the House of Tranquillity.