Cosy apartment (60sqm) located central in the old town, in the formerly known as "master brewers" house from the 16th/17th century, with a historical building structure that has been carefully restored. Access to the quiet and idyllic garden-terrace with a beautiful view over some historic sites. Suitable for up to 4 persons.
The spacious apartment was carefully restored with natural materials (real wooden floors and chalkstone tiles) in 2017 and newly arranged with beautiful wooden furniture.
There is a small garderobe with bench in the entrance area and additionally a spacious Jugendstil wardrobe as well as several cupboards to store your belongings. The bedroom has a comfortable 140cm bed and, facing the back gardens, offers a green, quiet outlook. The spacious kitchen is well equipped, it has a dishwasher, an electric oven, fridge with a freezer, a Nespresso-machine, a kettle, toaster, microwave, amongst other things, crockery/cutlery etc. Breakfast is not included, but there are many nice cafés and bakeries nearby. The bathroom, which formerly was the "black kitchen" in medieval times, has a bath with overhead shower and offers a washer-dryer and a hairdryer. There are plenty of fresh towels and clean bedding available. In the living room is a comfortable sofa bed (Ligne Roset) which can be set up for two people, furthermore a freeview-TV (Full HD) and WIFI. You've got access to the quiet and lovely garden-terrace with a wonderful view over the slope gardens, the town wall, towers, rear buildings, and the church.
I love nature, music and art, languages, dancing, hiking and bouldering,
I like to draw, read and write, and last but not least travel to explore beautiful places,
to experience the cultural heritage, lifestyle, and to meet nice people