Private Room in Dresden Hellerau - THFR2-1
: 18 sqm, on the 1st floor without elevator. Rate includes coffee and tea. Kitchen and bathroom to share. 8 stops to the city center "Neustadt". 8 stops to the gay area. Next public transport: Am Hellerrand (Tram 8). The host speaks German and English.
Accommodation description from the host:
You prefer a quiet, exclusive place - and still do not want to give up the modern city life? Welcome! A centennial English Cottage in the garden city of Dresden, respectfully restored. All the basics are on your place for you: Such as WiFi, towels and bed linen made from 100% cotton, complimentary toiletries. Tea and coffee as well. A laptop is available, too. Your room has also SkyTV on the Screen. Furthermore there is a landline phone to receive calls or call out for free to other german landlines. The place is good for both. Work & Leisure. Parking is free and there is also a safe place for a bike.
Guest Access to your private room, the bathroom with shower. There is also an separate guest-wc including hand wash bassin next to the lobby. You are welcome to dine at the well equiped big kitchen or to enjoy the private garden for relaxing as well. If needed, the house also have a loundry-room including washing-machine and tumbler. At the garden-house is space for your bike, if needed.
Let me know, if you are travelling by Car, Air or Rail. I will try to make your journey easy. In your room you´ll find selected literature such as city-guide or architectural books. A map for public-transport will be also there. If anything need to be organized, I am happy to help you.
Just around the corner is a little market place. There are all basics for modern living. Such as:
Every friday there is a little merchant market from 9 to 5
If you prefer a modern, busy city, its a cats-jump by Tram to downtown.
For unwiring your mind and nice nature-trails: Just crossing the street.
Every chance for hospitality and having guests broaden own perspectives. To welcome guests brings the chance and possibility to look into each others life and moments of respectful learning and understanding what diversity means in a deep and respectful way.