The apartment is located in the attic of the former brewing justice to the great bustard. It is comfortable and cosy.
2 roomsLiveable floor area : 55m²
Ground surface : 1000m²
- View : Unobscured, country side, garden/park, prairie, forest, city
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Historical, City
- Downtown at 500m
- Exposure : South
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Feel from the first moment at home. The apartment is fully equipped. Kitchen with all appliances, 2-flame hob, dishwasher and kitchenware. Cozy living room with flat screen, DVD, games and library. Bathroom with shower, WC, washing machine, towels and hair dryer. Bedroom with a double bed, an extra bed for two guests in the living possible. Guests can enjoy the large garden, 2 mountain bike, Wi-Fi, barbecue in the garden, washing machine, DVD flat screen. Is a travel cot, youth bed, high chair, tableware, sandbox, swing and playground equipment for children.
Interior Town House with View: unobscured, country side, garden/park, ...
Exterior Vacation rental in Setting: historical, city
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Visit the churches, the dolls city ''Mon Plaisir'', the Railway Museum, the Castle, the Kunsthalle traces of Bach's, etc. Arnstadt is centrally located on the motorways A4 and A71 and considered the gateway to the Thuringian forest. Is so ideal base for explorations in Thuringia, Germany. Eisenach, Erfurt, Weimar, Gotha are to reach tour site in day tours. On the other hand, you have the opportunity to quickly start from different places in the Thuringian forest from your hiking tours (or tracks). For sporty guests, there are excellent opportunities for cycling, hiking, golfing, swimming, climbing the nearby.
Location AccessHouse Arnstadt
Arnstadt is located in the heart of Thuringia and is regarded as the gate to the Thuringian forest. The central location is ideal for exploring cities such as Erfurt, to explore Weimar, Eisenach and Gotha.