Fully furnished apartment in one of the most popular locations in Linz city. Close to public transportation and the main train station. All on your own, ready to rent except for Mondays.
This apartment is frequently used by my father where he receives clients as a massage therapist (thus, a big bed standing in the middle of the room). Mondays are therefore always occupied, the rest of the weekdays, however, usually free to receive guests.
The apartment holds 40 square meters and is usually used as a one man flat. If, however, you do arrive with one or two friends we can arrange one or two additional mattresses. The maximum number of beds we can offer is three.
Besides the bathroom, the kitchen, the antechamber and the storeroom there is only one big room that occupies more than half of the space. You will sleep, eat and live mainly there.
If you arrive by train or at the airport my Dad will probably be able to pick you up for a small "service fee": 5 Euros from the train station, 10 Euros from the airport.
The location is quite popular (Froschberg). It is central to the city albeit in a residential area, close to the train station (about 15 minutes walk, also convenient connection via bus). For getting to the main shopping and sight-seeing streets of Linz you will need to take the bus which is very easily accessible close to the apartment.
A supermarket (SPAR) is close by (about 3 minutes walk) and the apartment is one in a newly renovated building. There's an elevator for convenient access.
This is a non-smoking apartment.
It is important for us that guests don't make a lot of noise and hold no parties in this apartment, since the neighbors are rather sensitive. In case you intend to invite several people or hold a party I ask you to please not book this apartment!
A wireless Internet is available for free usage.
I myself am a student although currently out of the country. But the whole airbnb thing is closely coordinated with my father. He will be around to help you. I will provide you with his mobile phone number and you can call him for any questions and arrangements. I take care of the "official" part via the website. Feel free to contact me at any time. At the apartment my father will take care of you.
We are friendly people and will try hard to make your time as nice and smooth as possible. We will also make sure that you have some basic groceries in the refrigerator upon arrival, such as bread, milk, cereals, (homemade) fruit juice, jam, etc.
In case you are unsure how to find the apartment my Dad might be able to meet you somewhere in the city and guide you to the flat. This, however, will need to be arranged with him on the phone.
You will also have a TV available for use.
The apartment is not intended for guests to also stay from Sunday to Monday as my Dad needs to use it already Monday early morning. We might however discuss about that if you desperately need to stay that night too. In this case you would, however, need to depart Monday early morning. Or, perhaps we might be able to arrange an alternative place for you to stay for that night.
You should furthermore note that we are also renting a shared apartment somewhat outside of Linz. You might want to look into that too:
In case you have any questions feel free to contact me.
This is a non-smoking apartment.
The apartment is no hotel. We expect you to leave it with the same basic proper order as you found it.
No parties please in the flat!
Alles Ausgezeichnet wenn man mit engen Bedienungen umgehen kann ;-) Immer wieder gerne.
The apartment was more than what we expected. We truly felt like home and the hospitality was great too! Daniel's father helped as much as he could. We enjoyed our stay very much!
We couldn't meet Daniel but his dad Peter was there waiting for us at the airport to pick us up and was an absolutely wonderful host! Daniel was very responsive over messages, helped out a great deal even with suggestions on things to do.
Daniel's dad was extremely helpful and even took us out to have an authentic Austrian lunch. Had a really good time in Austria, thanks to the Schuster family! His dad even helped out with recommendations on train lines and things to do and see around town, including taking us on a tour of the town. Apartment was exactly as advertised- no issues getting in and out. It is a little cumbersome to get to the old city (only 1 bus that runs once an hour or so) but it's not a bad walk into town (as it is downhill takes ~20mins). Would definitely stay here again if we visit Linz! Highly recommend this place :)
Flat is perfect for three people,plenty of free car park around,quite area perfect to rest. Clean and nice, really kind reception on arrival after our long day tourism!!
Daniel and his father Peter were very helpful and we could easy find a way to the apartment, where two fresh doughnuts were waiting for us. The apartment is in a very peaceful district, there is no street noise and you can have a good sleep. However, a kitchen was a little dirty, and we couldn’t use a fridge – there was a stark smell of something rotten. Light in the bathroom is very weak, but that is a matter of taste. In a whole - the flat is good value for money.
Very, very good flat. No hotel can give you that feel of Home Sweet Home like did this appartment. Daniel's father met us on the train station, was very kind with us and helped a lot.
Daniel's place was clean, tidy, and had everything I needed for a comfortable one-night stay. Daniel's dad picked me up from the airport and gave me a much-appreciated lift to the apartment, and was also very helpful in giving me information about Linz and how to get around. The apartment is also very conveniently located near the train station, and there is a bus stop nearby which can take you to the city centre. I'd be happy to stay here again if I'm ever back in Linz. Thanks Daniel and Peter!
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I'm from Austria, am a Masters degree student of International Affairs and work at university. I'm a non-smoker, always friendly, love to have interesting conversations, and yes, dogs and cats.
For the last 7 years now I have done mainly exactly this: study + travel + work, which means mainly studying and working abroad. The countries included: China, Australia, France, Israel, Azerbaijan, Fiji Islands, United States and some others for minor engagements.
Thus, through a lot of travelling I have learned to be sensitive towards other cultures and people, have found myself numerous times needing help, have many times received extraordinary support and hospitality, could extend my help to others, and have learned that the greatest beauty experienced between people in life works through this: trust.