Spacious quiet room (22 qm) with large own bathroom and balcony. Joint use of complete kitchen. DSL. Park across street. Subway, buses, stores, food service of all kinds nearby. Apartment also used during the day by translation agency and 2nd tenant.
More than just a room
The lavishly restored, 147-square-meter art nouveau apartment with high stucco ceilings and pitch pine floors is in a building listed as a historic monument.
The spacious room with own balcony and bathroom with bathtub and shower plus the joint used extensive hall and large kitchen with a second balcony and a storeroom, take a large share of the flat.
Apart from yourself, only one other tenant lives in the large apartment, likewise with a separate bathroom of their own.
A small translation agency which is not open to the public has its offices in two of the rooms Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, with its own entrance right next to the door of the apartment and with its own toilet. The work done in the office – translating, proofreading – makes for a quiet atmosphere.
The rest of the time, as well as on weekends and holidays, the apartment is used only by the two tenants.
Across the tree-lined street you can enjoy the atmospheric Eimsbütteler Park with its old trees, a small lake and a little café.
This is more than just a room.
For the guests
The corridor (18 square meters) and the fully equipped kitchen (14 square meters) with television, large refrigerator, dining table and balcony is at the free disposal of the tenants, as well as the storeroom. LAN and WLAN is available in all the rooms, including the kitchen. There is also a washing machine, iron and ironing board, vacuum cleaner, intercom and elevator.
Bedclothes, face towels and bath towels are provided. The rent includes heat and all utilities, as well as the cost of an obligatory cleaning of all the rooms every fourteen days, organized by the landlords.
The guests and ourselves
We live in a different apartment in the same house. We speak not only German, but also English, French and Spanish, and would like to help our temporary Hamburgers quickly feel comfortable and at home.
On request, we will be happy to provide tips on our neighborhood and, of course, on the surrounding area, such as the Alster and Elbe rivers, Hafencity port or the Baltic and North Seas. We can recommend restaurants, theaters and cinemas – including those with original language versions – and give you tips on particular places to shop or enjoy nature, museums and boat tours on the Alster or the Elbe. We have also committed some suggestions to paper, and have even noted a few in the immediate vicinity in the Airbnb guide.
We will always have a friendly ear for you if you have any questions or wishes concerning the furnishings or anything else.
What does moin moin mean?
In Low German, "Moin" means "Morgen" ("morning"). But "moin moin" comes from the Dutch or Flemish "mooi" meaning "good" or "lovely".
So people in Hamburg use "moin moin" as a greeting not only in the morning, but all day long and even at night.
A few things we ask of our guests.
Please do not wear street shoes in the apartment owing to the oiled floor and the downstairs neighbors. You can put your shoes on a shelf in the hallway at the left right behind the entrance door.
Unfortunately, smoking is not permitted inside the apartment. You are welcome to smoke on the balcony if you keep the door closed.
As a rule, the translation agency works from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday. Translating and proofreading require a high level of concentration and hence a low level of noise. This is an advantage for our guests, but also something we expect from you.
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