About this listing
I have been letting two small rooms in my house as well as a kitchen and a bathroom for joint use to guests from all over the world. There are three levels in the old house. I let the attic floor and the level underneath.
The Schnoor - also called the Schnoor quarter (from Low German Schnoor, Snoor = string) - is a medieval alleyway quarter in the Old Town of Bremen as well as the name of the Schnoor street in this quarter. The quarter owes its name to old maritime crafts. The alleys between the houses were often related to professions or items: for example, there was an area in which cords and ropes were manufactured (Schnoor = string) and an adjacent area in which wires and anchor chains were manufactured (Low German: wiere = wire). This is where the street name Lange Wieren stems from. However, the colourful houses are not just a mock-up but real homes. One of them is my little house.
W-Lan is available and bed clothes, towels, coffee, tea along with the associated appliances are naturally free of charge as well.
Interaction with guests
Just have a chat, ring somebody up, write an e-mail or take a stroll through the city centre.
These are all friendly people.
My house really is in the middle of it. The next tram stop is called Domsheide (see BSAG (URL HIDDEN) and it is within a walking distance of five minutes. From there, you can reach the airport within 10 minutes or the station within 3 minutes by tram.
Other things to note
My house is located in the middle of Bremen’s historic old town and can be reached on the last few metres only on foot. My hint for you (if you cannot find the house): just call me!
Please inform me by email or sms at least 24 hours prior to arrival of any changes regarding your check-in time. Failure to do so might result in me not being at my place to welcome you.
Meine Gäste sollten nett sein. Was denn sonst?