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Listing ID: 1232797090529
Category: Vacation Rentals
Type: Apartment
Country: Germany
Region: Germany - Berlin
City: Berlin
Nearest Metropolitan Area:
Nearest Major Airport:
Berlin-Tegel /TXL)
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Tallness anew renovated and furnished holiday apartment (80 ms²) in one of the nicest historical houses of Berlin in the pedestrian precinct of the Old Town Spandau to rent.

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Top position:
Directly at the Nikolaikirche, on the Reformation place. This is the nicest place of the historical Old Town Spandau.
You reach the Zitadelle Spandau comfortably on foot.

Ideal traffic binding:
Of the subway station Old Town Spandau is in immediate nearness (one minute of footpath).
The city railroad and the distant road (intercity express) are in the city hall Spandau. You reach both easily on foot.
To the fair of Berlin you go only 10 minutes without changing.

Railway station Berlin-Spandau: 1 km
Zitadelle Spandau: 1 km
Fort Hahneberg: 4 kms
Motorway exit Berlin-Siemensdamm: 7 kms
Airport Berlin-Tegel (TXL): 8 kms
Messe Berlin: 10 kms
Kurfürstendamm: 11 kms
Berlin zoo: 13 kms
Emperor Wilhelm-commemorative church: 13 kms
The Brandenburg Gate: 15 kms
Office of the Federal Chancellor: 15 kms
Reichstag: 16 kms
Airport Berlin-Schönefeld (SXF): 35 kms

To the unloading of your baggage you can drive up by the car. You can park your car from 17 o'clock free of charge in the adjoining streets. In the very nearby multi-storey car park you can park 24 hours for only 2.50 €. The public means of transportation is developed in Berlin very well – you do not depend therefore on a car.

The holiday apartment was freshly renovated in January, 2009 and was completely equipped with new furnishings. She is in the first floor.

The holiday apartment is equipped with original contemporary pieces of art. She offers an interesting contrast of historical framework and modern art.

Maximum 8 persons (and a baby) find place in this nice holiday apartment.

The holiday apartment offers these rooms:

- 1 sitting room:
- comfortable openable out sleeping couch (140 x 200 cms)
- Table, wicker chairs
- Television
- Radio
- direct view of the Nikolaikirche (Reformation place)

- 1 bedroom:
- 2 French beds (140 x 200 cms)
- Bedside table
- Reading lamps
- Wardrobe
- View of historical Old Berliner court

- 1 bedroom:
- 2 beds (90x 200 cms)
- Night cupboards
- Reading lamps
- Wardrobe
- direct view of the Nikolaikirche (Reformation place)

- 1 kitchen:
- Stove with 4 cooking records and oven
- Coffeemaker
- Toaster
- Water cooker
- Fridge with ice field

- 1 floorboard (dining room):
- 1 dining table
- 6 chairs

- 1 bathroom:
- Bathtub with shower
- Wash basins
- Haarföhn

- 1 hall:
- Cloakroom

Of extra:
- 1 baby ice bed

- 1 child high chair

Towels and bedclothes are included!

Prices per day:
60 € (for 1 – 2 persons)
10 € (for every other person)
5 € (for every other child till 12 years)
0 € (for every other child till 2 years)

30 € (final cleaning).

With reservation 50% of the whole price are to be transferred. You receive the account connection with the reservation confirmation.

With arrival the remaining amount is to be paid in cash. There a security comes at the rate of 100 € which you get back with departure. Stream, water and heating are included.

In this historical house the restaurant is SATT UND SELIG. This restaurant counts to the best and nicest restaurants in Spandau and is Berlin-far known about the district borders (www.sattundselig.de).

The guests of our holiday apartment can cobook the following achievements immediately:

- Breakfast in SATT UND SELIG:
- 9 to 12 o'clock
- Bread basket, butter, select sausage and cheese kinds, an egg, fine jam, spicy herbal curd, fresh fruit
- Coffee and tea so much you may including
- 8 € per day per person

- Breakfast and dinner in SATT UND SELIG (half board):
- Breakfast:
- 9 to 12 o'clock
- Bread basket, butter, select sausage and cheese kinds, an egg, fine jam, spicy herbal curd, fresh fruit
- Coffee and tea so much you may including
- Dinner:
- till 22 o'clock
- 3-ways Candlelight dinner (with three daily changing main courses for the choice)
- 1 glass of prosecco
- 20 € per day per person

- Breakfast, lunch and dinner in SATT UND SELIG (American plan):
- Breakfast:
- 9 to 12 o'clock
- Bread basket, butter, select sausage and cheese kinds, an egg, fine jam, spicy herbal curd, fresh fruit
- Coffee and tea so much you may including
- Lunches:
- from 12 o'clock
- Main course (three daily changing midday courts for the choice)
- Dessert
- 1 glass of red wine or white wine or 1 big beer (captain of Köpenick)
- Dinner:
- till 22 o'clock
- 3-ways Candlelight dinner (with three daily changing main courses for the choice)
- 1 glass of prosecco
- 30 € per day per person

You can't stay better in Berlin!


This apartment is located in the same house, where you can find the restaurant SATT UND SELIG.
SATT UND SELIG (which means “enough to eat and overjoyed”) is located in the former “Hotel zum Stern” at Carl-Schurz-Straße 47. Originally the street was called “Klosterstraße”. From1754 it was called “Potsdamer Straße”. In 1939 it got its current name “Carl-Schurz-Straße”, in memory of the revolutionary Carl Schurz, who rescued the poet Gottfried Kinkel from the prison in Spandau in 1850. Under the reign of Abraham Lincoln (term of office 1861-1865) Carl Schurz was appointed ambassador of the USA in Spain.

This part of Spandau is the oldest heart of the town that was built on in the 12th century, when the Askanians came in the area. The building is one of the oldest in Spandau. It is a baroque building from the 18th century. Underneath this historic building is a vault that was built in the 14th century. On the property next door used to be the palace of Prince Heinrich. It used to be the residence of the city’s commandant in office.

In December of 1726 the building became a guesthouse for the first time. It offered the opportunity to unharness the horses. The owner was the master baker Joachim Lange. In the night from the 24th to the 25th of June in 1740 there raged a blaze in the neighbourhood that destroyed ten buildings. It can be assumed that the timber-framed house we see today was erected after that fire.

From 1868 until 1874 again a master baker, a certain Mr. A. Lange, owned the building. In 1880 it was converted into a hotel. The remise was built at the same time. At the turn of the century a restaurant opened on the ground floor. The owner of the hotel was Mr. Felix Tietz. Mr. Wilhelm Tepper, later the owner of the Victoria-Säle, was the master of the dances. Additionally there was the private dancing-instructor-institute Richard Schulz and the hairdresser Richard Taniewski. Gas lamps provided the lighting. In the hall you could find a portrait of the emperor, on a ledge was a bust of emperor William II.

Dancing was considered immoral. That’s why children were not allowed during the dances. But often the musicians brought their children along and had to hide them underneath the immense skirts of their mothers when the police checked.

The “Stern” used to the favourite haunt of many soldiers. At the beginning of the century there were many brawl among them.

In 1914 the drive to the backyard was removed. In 1922 the ground floor got renovated. New windows were put in. In 1923 a star was attached to the fade. In 1933 the clairvoyant Frau da Gama practiced in the house. Her special fields were palmistry and handwriting specimen. She promoted her services with the statement “Turns of fate cannot do any harm, if you know more about your path through life”. She also referred to her “official certification” and that she was “acknowledged in the best circles”.

In 1944 fire bombs caused a vast destruction. After the war the reconstruction began. Three big fires, in 1954, 1969 and 1978, shook the “Hotel zum Stern”. A burning cigarette in a wastepaper basket in the restaurant caused the last fire. Back then there was still the Hotel, but the restaurant was already a pizza house. Afterwards, a fish restaurant opened in the premises. In the 80s the hotel went out of office. Now a store opened that sold jewellery and furs.

In April of 1986 the renovation of the building began. The roof got the roofing tiles that are typical for Spandau. The former hotel floors were altered into apartments. The half-timbering was relieved from the plaster. In 1987 the renovation was completed. The costs were more than 4,5 million DM. The state of Berlin covered half of it. In the former remise the goldsmiths Anne and Gerd Korn made their jewellery. An advice centre of the local gas provider and the bed store Rutz opened.

In 1988 the building received an architectural award in the category “successful refurbishment”. Ever since it is a landmark building. A snip shop moved in the premises. And then, in 2006, the “SATT UND SELIG” opened its gates in this historic house.
Language of communication: German and English
Max. Number of Guests: 8 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 1.0

Vacation Rentals Prices:
from Jan 1    to Dec 31   60.00 € / daily

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Breitengrad/Latitude: 52.53815246377623

Längengrad/Longitude: 13.204439878463745
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Vacation Rentals Features:
  • Cable TV
  • High speed internet
  • Radio
  • Refrigerator
  • Television
  • Biking
  • Boating
  • Bowling
  • Cinemas
  • Close to bus/train
  • Fishing
  • Galleries/Museums
  • Golf
  • Near attractions
  • Other Attractions
  • Tennis
Other Conditions:
  • Children welcome
  • Experienced home exchanger
  • Gay/Lesbian friendly
  • Pets welcome

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