Welcome to our beautiful, stylishly furnished apartment in the Deutsche Villa. The apartment is on the 1st floor. Here you will find two spacious bedrooms, a large living room with fireplace and 75 inch Smart TV. The beautiful large hallway has a reading area and is very spacious. Here you can enjoy the peace and quiet with a good book. In the first bedroom you will find a box spring bed (180x200m) and another pull-out bed which can be extended to (160x200m). This bedroom has its own balcony overlooking the forest and playground. The second bedroom offers you a large double bed (180x200m) and two single beds (90x200m) and a wardrobe with storage space for your things. The large windows let in a lot of light. The ducal double door leads into the living room with a large living area and electric fireplace for cozy evenings. A dining table invites you to dine with family or friends. The kitchen is equipped with everything you need. Dishwasher, stove, oven, fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, kettle and all cooking accessories. The beautiful bright bathroom has a large corner bath where you can shower or take a leisurely bath. On the beautiful large terrace, you can end the day with a cozy barbecue, while the children can play in the garden.
Address: Drostenstrasse 15, 18147 Rostock, Germany
Size: 130.0 m², 3 Rooms, 1 Bathroom
Beds: 2 Single beds, 1 Child bed, 1 Queen size bed, 1 King size bed, 1 Couch
Prices: 60 EUR - 250 EUR / Night
Gehlsdorf is a district of Rostock on the east bank of the Warnow. It is considered an upscale residential area, partly with renovated old villas, partly with new houses. The long waterfront promenade, where many yacht and sailing clubs are located, is characteristic. Here you can enjoy the fresh Baltic Sea air during a long walk. In 1913 Michaelsdorf became an independent parish and on March 8, 1934 it was incorporated into the city of Rostock. ... In the 19th century, Gehlsdorf became a popular residential area for wealthier Rostockers. Ship captains chose Gehlsdorf as their retirement home and shipowners built manorial houses.