Visit Hejmo

Rehearsal for your own construction project.

Visit our HEJMO33

Short vacation in our
first Hejmo Home

33 m² - is that really enough for me to live comfortably? During a short getaway in our model home for the HEJMO33 in Grimma you will find out what it feels like to live in a smaller home and how much space you really need.

It will be possible to visit our model home from October 2021!

From the fall of 2021, you will be able to book your short vacation in our first Hejmo Home in Grimma here. You want to start planning your building project now? Find all the information you need about building your Hejmo Home with us here.

What you can expect

Fully equipped
for your little getaway

Even in a small space you do not have to sacrifice your comfort. See for yourself during your visit! Our model home in Grimma offers everything you are used to in a (vacation) home. The features include, for example:

Grimma

About the location

You can spend your little getaway not only taking a close look at our Hejmo model home, but also getting to know Grimma and the surrounding area. Here are a few suggestions for your stay:

Downtime in Grimma

Grimma is considered the pearl of the Mulde Valley. Situated about twenty kilometers southeast of Leipzig, the city never ceases to delight visitors. Around the market square you can find the historic old town center with its contemplative half-timbered houses, that leads to the bank of the Mulde river with its 80 meter long cable-stayed bridge.

Enjoy nature for walks, bike rides and so on.

The Saxon Burgenland is known for its beautiful nature with the many cycling and hiking trails. On foot or by bike you will pass historic village centers, orchards, manor houses and museums. In the evening, one of the many restaurants in the area will invite you to stop for a treat.

Day trip to Leipzig

With a population of around 600,000, Leipzig is the largest city in Saxony and has much to offer to visitors. The well-preserved historic city center, the elegant neighborhoods from the Wilhelminian period and the more alternative areas with their many cafés and bars will invite you to stroll and linger.