Spend a wonderful time in Leipzig, stay in a unique room in a great appartment: Very large room with wooden parquet, old sliding doors and windows and a lot of unique charme you will fall in love with. This place is both close to the inner city (10 minutes by tram, less by bike) and to the parks and forests of Leipzig. Infact, the next park will invite you for a morning run just opposite the street. Your room has a very comfy sofa bed (really great for one, good for two), a small desk, lots of light, birds in front of the three big windows, Wi-Fi, plus a nice sound system you may plug your iPod in.
NICE TO HAVE:
The price includes great espresso from my Pavoni machine while I'm around (or if you have the patience I can show you how to operate her), and a small but yummie breakfast. Of course you may also use the kitchen and the balconies. As a matter of fact I'm quite sure you will be around the city most of the times. There are loads of nice cafés, restaurants and pubs around. Also within walking distance: An organic grocery store, italian specialities, the cozy Horns Erben club, independent movie theaters, the NATO (a great concert venue) and tram stops and all you need for a fine time. Within 15 minutes you are at the world famous Gewandhaus concert hall and - opposite of it - the Leipzig Opera. If you're looking for culture, museum and shopping tips feel free to ask. I will tell you anyway :).
GOOD TO KNOW:
If you come by car, there's always a parking space in front of the house. A guest bicycle can be provided. Also provided is a cat. He is nice and a bit shy but quite a character. Most of the times I'm around and eager to help as I work from my home office.
Hi, I'm Bjørn. I'm very much into good music, good food and conversations that last longer than two sentences. I do like the privacy of my flat as I am fond of new contacts. As I travelled quite a bit and stayed pretty often in private homes I think this platform is exactly the business idea that I had on my mind for a long time. Unfortunately I didn't know it. To me, Leipzig was and is the best thing that happened to me: A creative yet not megahip city, nice and helpful people and, alas, great architecture.