About this listing
The apartment is located in lovely, quiet area. Bus station is distant 10m from the house. By bus you can get to Old Town in 7 minutes where you can find a lot of beautiful places. There is also direct tram to the beach in 20 minutes time.
Cosy, sunny and quiet room in an apartment very close to the Old Town - only 7 min by bus. Bus stop is 10m from the house. It's also close to the beach - 20 min by Tram. Apartment has fully equipped kitchen and bathroom and spacious dining room. You can park your car just next to the appartment.
You can also take really nice walk to the Old Town :-)
You can use our well equipped kitchen: oven, microwave, washing maschine, cooker, dishwasher and fridge ofcourse.
Interaction with guests
We can stay in touch with you so that you could feel safe and had some information about what you can do during your stay in our beautiful City. We are in touch with some artistic and cultural organisations in Gdańsk so don't hasitate to ask some questions about cultural offer in our City.
We have some really favouried places which we can show you, where you can eat some good food or hangout with friends. We are close to the Shakespear's Theatre or other cultural atractions:) Just ask us.
All damages will be fully covered by the guests, please leave apartment clean and tidy.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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I am a young polish designer with a diploma on furniture design (Academy of Fine Arts in Poland) willing to try a brand new life style in London.
I am outgoing, open minded and with great experience in building relations with people (leader of modern dance workshops for over 7 years).
I am a very energetic and well organized person as well as able to coordinate few things at a time.
I am a mom of a 17 month old boy – Jeremy.
I have a large experience of doing art workshops for the children and adults.
The workshops I do involve singing, dancing, painting (or other sorts of art) and theatre.
At the moment I’m during a project of leading workshops of singing lullabies dedicated for pregnant women, young parents and their newborns.
I’m convinced that mixing all sorts of arts is the best way to spend time with children as well as grown ups.
I love to cook. I’m mostly in to vegan and vegetarian recipes but also excited about other cuisines.
I travelled a lot couple of years ago and now I intend to come back to it.