Vacation Apartment in Weimar - 301 sqft, cozy, stylish, modern (# 3388)
The historic Eckermannhaus is located in the city center close to the Goethehaus. The house was once inhabited by Johann Peter Eckermann, Goethe's friend and secretary. Today, guests can stay in 4 cozy apartments., key advantages: cozy, stylish, modern, 1 living/family room, , fully equipped kitchen, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located directly in the center and downtown area of Weimar, Equipment:
The house has 4 stylish apartments of varying size (Non smoking). The apartments are equipped with: modern kitchen with refrigerator, coffee maker, kettle, cooking facilities, bathroom with toilet and tub / shower, cable TV, baby cot on request. The beds are made and towels are made??. The house is located right in the center. Most attractions are within walking distance. A limited amount of parking is available on our own property in the Hans-Wahl-Str. 3, opposite the castle (about 6 minutes on foot) are available. Loading and unloading is possible in Brauhausgasse. The building has a restaurant.
This vacation home is likewise decently furnished. It is located on the first floor and consists of a bedroom, a small living room and a kitchen with dinette as well as a roomy bath with shower. A convertible couch in the living room makes the apartment suitable for a maximum of 4 people. But considering the size of the apartment we would recommend you to book for only 3 persons.
Pets will be charged 10.00 euros.
We provide a cot for 10.00 euros.
The car park costs 5.00 euros for 1 night. 4 nights it costs 4 euros, from 10 nights 3 euros.
Please note that the apartment is optimalle designed for 2 adults with up to 2 children. 4 adults works as well, but not ideal for a longer time frame. The apartment is too small for this usage.
Location Erfurt Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Erfurt Airport. From Erfurt Airport the distance to the unit at Brauhausgasse 13, 99423 Weimar is about 40 km (25.0 miles), approximately a 30 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Weimar, 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 $88-$102 for 2 persons.
Unit Size: 301 square feet
Additional Features: Central Heating, Refrigerator, Television, Cable TV, Sofabed
The Eckermannhaus is direct in the centre and in contiguity to the Goethehaus at the Frauenplan. Directions:
* exit motorway A4 for Weimar and take B85
* in Weimar at first two traffic lights straight ahead Berkaer Straße
* turn left at the third light at Goethepark to the Belvederer Allee/Marienstraße
* direct before the second light turn right sharply - Ackerwand
* street takes you left automatically, then turn left again Puschkinstraße
* if you keep driving straight, you will reach Brauhausgasse
* in the Brauhausgasse after 20 m turn left and right again.
* You have reached Number 13.
If arriving by train: (Distancetrain station-Brauhausgasse about 2miles) Continue by taxi, Continue by bus, Bus lines 1, 5, 6, 8or 11 to Wielandplatz
More travel info about Weimar: Although Thuringia may not be on the itinerary of most American tourists, this state offers an array of very interesting cities, not the least of which is the small city of Weimar. Weimar's fame is warranted on various counts, including the fact that it was the center of the German Enlightenment and was the home of two of Germany's most prominent literary figures, Goethe and Schiller. During the 1800s and 1900s, an array of avant garde artists and composers settled in Weimar, including Franz Liszt, Wassily Kandinsky, and Walter Gropius, who first established the Bauhaus here. Lastly, the Weimar Republic was founded in Weimar, which was the site of the signing of Germany's first democratic constitution in 1918. Today, Weimar is home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Bauhaus University. The sites to see here are almost too many to list: German National Theater, Goethe National Museum, Schiller Museum, Nietzsche Archives, Duchess Anna Amalia Library (which has a major Shakespeare collection and the world's largest Faust collection), Liszt House, Bauhaus Museum, Buchenwald Concentration Camp Memorial, Park an der Ilm (a UNESCO site), the German Bee Museum, and the Gauforum at Weimarplatz (the only realized Nazi government district outside of Berlin). It is easy to catch a train from Weimar and reach other rich cultural cities, including Leipzig (50 miles) and Erfurt (only 15 minutes by train).