About this listing
2 apartments in the same building on the silent street of the heart of the Gdansk Old Town! Please see my second listing. Both cozy, spacious, sunny and comfortable, real beds for 6 guests. Bus, train, ferry, airport 15min, free WiFi and parking.
Centrally located apartment on third floor of this elegant building in the heart of Old Town of Gdansk with two double bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom with the shower over the bath tub, toilet in a separate room.
The apartment is recommended for up to 6 people.
It is one of very beautiful and historical buildings. Little garden at rear with picturesque arcades. No lift which keeps us fit.
High ceilings 3 meters 40cm high, large windows with lots os sun and light coming in, wooden floor parquet throughout, very light and sunny, large windows with a view on Old Town, Internet wireless mega speed network, TV cable.
Brand new baby cot available.
The apartment has also additional storage on the ground floor for the prams, bicycles or sport equipment.
Very conveniently located with all types of the transport nearby : about 500 meters from Train Station, direct bus from the street to the train station, 30 min by cab/bus from the airport, close to public transport. 20 min to the beach. Parking available.
All restaurants, pubs and cafeterias, museums and the river promenade are right there, in neighborhood, although on a very calm and silent small road. Just one street over from the main square in the old city is perfect for someone exploring Gdansk.
You will be welcomed in person by a family member on an arrival.
On the same street Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit was born (phone number hidden)) . A physicist, engineer, and glass blower who is best known for inventing the alcohol thermometer (1709) and the mercury thermometer (1714), and for developing a temperature scale now named after him.
Fahrenheit was born in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, into a German Hanse merchant family, but he spent most of his life in the Dutch Republic. His five children get married and lived in Gdansk in my street ;) where you can see the sign on their house.
Old Town 2 min walk. Annual summer national St Dominik market. Direct Tram to the beach Stogi 20min. Restaurants, clubs and pubs.
Visit the world's amber capital and feel its romantic atmosphere of narrow streets, charming houses, beautiful views and excellent restaurants. See the unique crooked buildings and try to guess the story of a mysterious dog sculpture on one of house facades. Each time you visit Gdansk it reveals to you one of its many secrets.
Please feel like at home!
From our first communication we had with Monica we felt very pleased. Monicas mum greeted us at the apartment and showed us around. The location of the apartment was excellent, as it was right in the middle of the old town. We were amongst all the important historical sights of the city's history.
The host canceled this reservation 2 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.
Fantastic location! Small, but adorable home. Everything was as advertised, very clean, strong WIFI, just a great experience!
Świetna lokalizacja i bardzo przyjemne mieszkanie. Bardzo dobry kontakt z gospodarzem. Polecam. Michał
We are very grateful for having stayed one week in Monika's cosy apartement. It is very quiet, comfortable and a perfect base to get to know the wonderful city of Gdansk and surroundings. Thank you !
Our host made me and my family feel most welcome on arrival, she was nice and helpful. Everything within the description is true. I could not of stayed in a nicer apartment. Come and see it to believe it. You will not be disappointed. I would really like to stay here again.
Perfekt beläget bara ett kvarter från stora promenad gatan som sträcker sig hela vägen genom gamla stan. När vi anlände blev vi väl bemötta av Monikas mycket sympatiska mor. Lägenheten är fin, fräsch och saknar inget.
Ett fantastiskt boende för en fantastisk weekend.
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About the Host, Monika
I was born, raised and studied in Gdansk. Now, Art Teacher MFA - living and working in London. Willing to give my guests best advice about both towns - with all important sights and points of interest for short and long stay. I have the privilege to invite tourists from all over the world, with whom we can communicate in the fields of culture and tourism. Following the motto "live and let live", our principle is to base host-guest relationship on trust and respect for each other.
I cannot imagine my life without nature, art, coffee, theater and friends.