Friendly room with a great waterbed in a bright loft in Weichselstraße (Neukölln). This is where you want to be in Berlin: galeries, bars, cafés, parks, the canal, lgbt friendly and visitors from everywhere. (Please note: This is a room for 1 person only with a non-smoking policy.)
Friendly and bright atmosphere, room is part of a loft (attic floor). There's a very comfortable waterbed in the room. (Which is also part of the reason, why I prefer to give the room to one guest only - you don't sleep well with two people in one waterbed, unless you know each other really well.)
You have access to the kitchen, the bathroom and, if you wish and for a little fee of 3 Euros, the washing machine. Free Wifi/Internet.
* The room ist for 1 person only. This is a legal restriction I have to follow. Please don't ask me, once you are here, for a second person to sleep here.
* Please check in between 3 pm and 7 pm and talk to me about your exact time of arrival. This is very important, because I cannot not always be at home.
* The whole flat is a non-smoking area, smoking is also not allowed out of the window and on the balcony. If you need to smoke you have to go downstairs on the street.
* Please check out until 12 o'clock (noon).
Thank you very much for your cooperation!
Please take notice of and talk to me about check-in and also check-out times - very important! (The reason is that I am not always at home and need to plan your arrival and departure in advance.) Please no smoking & no shoes in the flat, of course no illegal internet downloads, respect for sleep at night & basic cleanliness in bathroom and kitchen. That's it!
I am a freelance journalist and often work at home, you can ask me anytime if you need anything and I will try to help you. I like to have a chat, but I also like to concentrate on my work, so you can be talkative or quiet, both is allright for me. From time to time I leave Berlin for a few days to visit my mother or to go hiking in Brandenburg. In this case you would be on your own in the flat and I need to trust you that everything will be fine.
I moved to Berlin in 1981, long time ago, to study Biology. I've been working as a freelance journalist and author for many years now, mainly for radio stations, but I've also written several books and movie scripts. I like working and being lazy, staying home and going out, movies and literature, environmental and political issues, this part of Berlin and far away countries, old friendships and meeting new people, talking this&that and serious subjects, Buddhism and being fed up with organized religion, cooking and having my meals down there in the streets. O, and I like hiking, very much.