Spacious and charming, this apartment is located on a quiet street on the edge of Heidelberg. A beautiful terrace and garden area provide sweeping views of the mountains. What could be better to wake up to in the morning? With one bedroom and 2 foldaway beds, this apartment comfortably sleeps 5., key advantages: bright, spacious, comfortably furnished, fully equipped kitchen, has a breakfast nook, extra storage room, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, spacious design, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located close to the downtown area of Heidelberg, , There is also additional street parking available for this object, Enjoy Living Like a German in the light, airy and cozy apartment Stadler Family at Höhenstrasse 20 in Heidelberg. Relax on the 30 m² large sun-kissed terrace. From both terrace and apartment, your view goes over the town’s districts Ziegelhausen and Schlierbach and the surrounding forests to the Königsstuhl mountain.
Living space 80 m² with separate entrance. Living/bedroom, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom/shower/toilet, separate toilet, corridor and closet. Terrace of 30 m².
Living/bedroom features a dining area sitting five, seating, two fold-away beds, radio and CD player, satellite TV, WiFi, and direct access onto the southwesterly terrace.
Bedroom (28m²) with large double bed (2 x 2 m) of comfortable height; large, modern wardrobe and writing table.
Kïtchen with dining area for two, fridge with freezer compartment, dishwashing machine, electric stove with baking oven, microwave, coffee maker, tea kettle, toaster, hand mixer, ironing board and iron.
Bathroom with shower, bath tub, toilet, sink, washing machine and dryer.
Additional guest bathroom with toilet and small sink.
Sunny large terrace (30 m²) in south-west exposure, looking directly onto the Königsstuhl, Heidelberg’s dominant mountain, as well as over the town district and the surrounding forests.
Location Frankfurt Airport: This unit is located conveniently near Frankfurt Airport. From Frankfurt Airport the distance to the unit at Höhenstrasse 20, 69118 Heidelberg is about 85 km (53.1 miles), approximately a 1 hour 5 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Heidelberg, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $98-$150 for 2 persons. If you stay for one week ask for special rates!
Location: Our house is located in the Ziegelhausen district of Heidelberg, on a very quiet road with little traffic. Thanks to the southwesterly exposure on a slope, you can enjoy the sunshine from morning to evening. The quiet location on a forest’s edge also makes it possible to explore the hiking paths or go jogging, starting right at the house.
Our town district also offers an indoor swimming pool with attached lawn for sunbathing.
It only takes some 10 minutes by foot to get to the bakery or the bus stop.
Environs: Enjoy and discover the romantic old town area of Heidelberg, featuring the well-known Heidelberg Castle and its gardens. The former Palatinate residence is also renowned for the eldest university in Germany, the Ruprechts-Karls-University, and it offers a multitude of museums, the theater, the zoo, the botanical garden or nightlife, just waiting for your discovery.
The immediate environs also offer a host of attractions: the Castle of Schwetzingen and the internationally renowned castle garden there, Speyer and its cathedral, which has been a UNESCO cultural heritage since 1981, the car and technology museum Sinsheim or the many medieval castles, e.g. castle fortress Dilsberg and castle Hirschhorn, upstream along the Neckar river.
Also go and discover the idyllic Neckar valley, the Odenwald forest, the Kraichgau, the Palatinate with its magnificent castles and framework towns.
Beautiful hikes, bike tours or boat tours on the Neckar invite you to relax and enjoy.
Should you need to visit the university clinic, however, you find yourself only 8 km away from that, either.
Getting there:from BAB Heilbronn - Mannheim Exit Sinsheim, in direction of Heidelberg to Neckargemünd,at the traffic light in Neckargemünd across the Neckar, then left to Heidelberg-Ziegelhausen.
At the exit Ziegelhausen-Mitte, you leave the road (Umgehungsstrasse), turn right and drive towards Wilhelmsfeld. After some 2 km, right after the pedestrian bridge across the Peterstaler-Strasse, make an immediate turn right into Sitzbuchweg. After 150 m, turn right and then drive straight for 500 m (until you reach the space where you can turn around on your left). You are at Höhenstrasse 20, your destination. from BAB Karlsruhe - Frankfurt: Drive Kreuz Heidelberg in direction of Heidelberg to BAB-Ende, then cross the Neckar river in the direction of the “Chirurgie.” After the bridge, make an immediate turn right and drive along the Neckar river to Ziegelhausen-Mitte. Here, you turn off the Umgehungsstrasse road and left, driving towards Wilhelmsfeld.
After some 2 km, right after the pedestrian bridge across the Peterstaler-Strasse, make an immediate turn right into Sitzbuchweg. After 150 m, turn right and then drive straight for 500 m (until you reach the space where you can turn around on your left). You are at Höhenstrasse 20, your destination.
More travel info about Heidelberg: Situated on the Neckar River and home to approximately 150,000 people, Heidelberg is one of Germany's most popular and picturesque travel destinations. Heidelberg provides both a glimpse at history with its world famous castle, and a look to the future as a forward-thinking municipality, coupled with advanced research coming from the oldest university in Germany, established in 1386. The town itself is relatively small, and most visitors spend time in the old part of the town and the Bismarckplatz. In addition to the castle and university, other highlights of Heidelberg include the oldest botanical gardens in Germany (Botanischer Garden der Universitaet), the beautiful and inspiring Philosopher’s Walk (Philosophenweg), and the largest regional Gothic church (Heiliggeistkirche). The Palatinate Museum, one of Heidelberg's finest baroque residences, houses extensive collections of art and artifacts, in addition to covering the history of the town and region. These are among the reasons that more than 3 million people visit Heidelberg each year.