In 1819 Prussian King Friedrich William III. had the log cabin built on
the model of a Russian farmhouse to surprise his daughter, Princess
Charlotte, and her husband, the Grand Duke and later Tsar Nicholas,
while on a visit to Berlin. The name Nikolskoe comes from the Russian word Никольское and literally means "Belonging of Nikolai“. The
Blockhouse Nikolskoe initially served as a holiday home for the royal
family... until it was reconceived as a restaurant in the 1920s. Since
then the monument has remained virtually unchanged... and remains a
well-known and popular destination for everyone to this very day.
We offer the finest German cuisine in a unique location with a very long tradition and simply stunning views on the river Havel, on Sacrow and on the Pfaueninsel...
We are open daily from 12 o'clock.
Celebrate good times... in 5 rooms.
Especially our rustic ballroom can accommodate up to 100 guests.
But our other rooms are ideally suited for festivities of all kinds as well. Don’t forget to have a look at our small and cozy venues for more intimate occasions.
Our terrace area is suitable for many festivities as well – especially in springtime and summer for family gatherings, birthdays, weddings or christenings, as the beautiful historic church "St. Peter and Paul" is only a three-minute walk away.
We are pleased to receive your inquiry!
If you come by car you can reach us from Berlin in the direction of Steglitz-Wannsee, continue along the Königsstraße until Nikolskoer Weg, take a turn to your right at a small road-island and you've reached us already!
You can also take the S-Bahn till Station Wannsee... hop on the bus 218 and get off at the stop called Pfaueninsel.
By far the greatest pleasure is the journey by boat. Just take the ferry at pier Wannsee and enjoy the trip till Pfaueninsel.
Sonnenterrasse mit Blick auf die Havel