Located in a former jelly factory turned art gallery turned apartment, this loft is very special indeed. Your host, Arthur, is an architect and he has poured his heart and soul into this place. With high ceilings, Danish furniture, a balcony facing the Spree and walls filled with Arthur’s own photography, it’s a must if you’re looking for a stylish base from which to explore Berlin. Begin mornings on the L-shaped couch with a freshly brewed coffee before serving up a traditional German breakfast in the dining area. When you’re ready to explore, you’ll find the Wall Museum a fifteen-minute walk from your doorstep. It’ll take you eighteen minutes on the bus to reach Treptower Park – a local favourite for picnics in the summertime. To dive into the city’s history, catch the U-Bahn to Checkpoint Charlie and Brandenburger Tor. And when evening falls, hang about in your trendy Kreuzberg locale – it’s filled with lively restaurants, bars and hidden nightlife spots.
Home truths: *Bedroom two is only separated from the living area by a curtain
*When we visited, there was a building site on the other side of the river – it could get noisy at times
*Please note, the sliding doors are heavy – use caution when closing
*This home is on the second floor with lift access
*Your host kindly requests that you do not touch the artwork
*Quiet hours are enforced from 10pm
*Please ensure the door is locked when leaving the apartment
*Guest five will sleep on a single bed in the master bedroom – please inform your host if you require it to be set up
*Free street parking is available here
*Schlesisches Tor U-Bahn station is a four-minute walk away
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