- central located
- cosy 47 m2 apartment
- accommodation up to 4 people
- typical wilhelminian building, wooden flooring
- situated on the 4. floor in the quiet `Gardenhouse`
- many bars and restaurants in the surrounding area
-great access to public transportation (tram, S-Bahn, buses)
The peaceful, 47 m2 apartment is designed to accommodate up to 4 people and is situated on the fourth floor of a typical Berlin building (without a lift!) in a quiet courtyard behind the house. In the living and sleeping area there is wooden flooring.
You will love this beautiful furnished apartment both for its wonderful décor and for its fantastic location. Experience the authentic side of Berlin!
The apartment is located in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg, a trendy district in Berlin with its numerous cafes, bars and restaurants in the surrounding area. It takes only 5 minutes to get to the famous Helmholtz square.
The spacious living room features two larges sofas, one of them is a double sofa-bed, brand new since May 2017. You will be able to choose between watching television, enjoying a DVD, listening to music or making use of the apartment’s wireless internet connection. There is also a classic dining table for four persons where you can enjoy your meals.
The functional kitchen comes fully-equipped if you feel like eating in. Here you will also find a second, smaller dining table up to 3 people. There is a new washing machine in the kitchen with all the stuff to wash and dry your clothes!
Several varieties of tea are available for free, just as sugar, salt, vinegar and salad oil.
The practical bathroom is equipped with a box shower, toilet, hair dryer, mirror.
The quiet bedroom features a large double bed and plenty of space to store your belongings.
In the surrounding area you will find various grocery stores (shopping market which is opened 24 hours a day) and a wide selection of restaurants, cafes and bars. The Prenzlauer Allee tram stop (line M2) / S-Bahn (Ringbahn) is located almost right on the apartment’s doorstep. From there you can reach Alexanderplatz in just a few stops, where you can catch a number of metro and train (S-Bahn) connections. Don’t forget to visit the Television Tower with its spectacular views over the city.
The quarter here has a lively arts and music scene. There are many varied cultural offers: galleries, artists cafes, theaters, cinemas, bars, clubs, boutiques and many restaurants of various kinds, Internet cafes, and many small shops to browse, all within walking distance.
I´m really looking forward to to make sure my guests have a fantastic experience: This beautiful and cosy apartment welcomes you!
Other things to note
Here the regular house rules, so please do not disorderly conduct after 22 hours, or harassment of other residents in any manner whatsoever shall apply.
Downloading illegal content on the Internet can have criminal consequences.
excl. city tax (5% of the total cost), to be paid in cash on the spot
Attention! Valid from 01/01/2014
- 5% bed tax will be charged on the rental of the night. Bed tax is paid separately on the spot.
-business travelers who can prove the reason for your stay for business purposes are not affected.
-Bookings That are 21 days or longer are also excluded from the 5% bed tax.
Thank you for your consideration!
From Dec 01, 2017 - Feb 28, 2018 the minimum stay is 4 nights.
Hi, I´m Mark!
I have loved getting to know this amazing city of Berlin over the last years and I´m looking forward to to make sure my guests have a fantastic experience too. I also enjoy travelling to other major cities or some remote destinations: this could be in the mountains, somewhere on a beautiful beach or even making firewood in the deep scandinavian nature.
My beautiful and cosy home welcomes you!
Hallo, ich bin Mark!
Am besten erhole ich mich vom Alltag, wenn ich im Urlaub und Freizeit etwas komplett anderes als sonst mache.
Das kann ein Kurztrip in eine europäische Metropole sein, ein feiner Strand, oder die Ruhe und Abgeschiedenheit beim Holzhacken in skandinavischer Natur. Am Prenzlauer Berg schätze ich die imposante Mischung aus Großstadtdjungel und Gründerzeit.