The room, though small, is unique. If you care about a comfortable place to sleep, I invite you :) The room has a WALL FOLDING BED. Thanks to this, the small room is functional. During the day you can fold up the bed and have access to the balcony and all the space available including a work desk. At night, the room turns into a cozy place to sleep. A folding bed on the wall provides sleep comfort on a full-size mattress (140x200) with medium hardness).
“Paulina was absolutely wonderful during my visit, with communication, friendliness and helping me around Poznan with her hospitality. Everything was clean, cosy, and got to meet an amazing family. Has good to taste in music too! :D Would fully 200% recommend!”
60 meter apartment - is located on the first floor of a detached house. The building has undergone a major renovation and has all the amenities for guests to feel at home. The apartment has an interior door, constituting a separate flat providing peace and quiet.
“The apartment is in a very quiet and peaceful area. Equipment and standard of the apartment very good. In fact, it even looked better than in the pictures. Ms Paulina is a lovable person, very quick contact. Of course, I recommend it the most.”
Apartment featuring city and river views, Apartamenty Serafitek is a brand new build in a very modern style. With free WiFi, this apartment features a cable flat-screen TV, a washing machine and a kitchentte with a fridge and stovetop. There is a bathroom with free toiletries. There is also balcony faceing the city center and the river I'm born-and-bred in Poznan. I'm very happy to recommend nice, popular and those less known places to eat and to visit such as museums, theatres...etc)
“Extra flat, in a great location, quiet despite the proximity of a busy street. Shops and a pharmacy nearby. Modern, clean flat. All amenities such as kitchen equipment, fridge, washing machine, pots, hair dryer. Great contact with the owner, specific tips for your stay. I would definitely recommend and will definitely benefit being once again Poznan.”