Günstige Privat-Unterkünfte für Übernachtung in Bremen

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Private accommodation for your overnight stay in Bremen

When you stay in one of our guest rooms you will be treated to a wonderful breakfast. In our apartments, you prepare your own breakfast. Whether you are on business in Bremen, or have booked a trade-fair room or a holiday flat for vacation purposes: ask your hosts about the public transport or things to do and they will gladly give you recommendations and information.



Due to corona spreading, the regulations change continuously. It may therefore be that your stay has to be terminated with immediate departure without entitlement to compensation.
The accommodation will not accept travellers with recognisable symptoms of COVID-19 disease. The accommodation will not accept travellers with any cold symptoms. With a booking you declare: The traveller has not returned from a risk area according to the RKI definition within the last 14 days or has had contact with returning or infected persons. On site, the specific corona hygiene rules as well as the minimum distance to other persons in the accommodation of at least 1.5 m are prescribed. Information https://www.bremen.de/corona/corona-faq-englisch

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Free Hanseatic City of Bremen - 1,200 years of town history meets a young, lively city.

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bed & breakfast Bremen

bedandbreakfast britta wenzek

Britta Wenzek
Walsroder Straße 2
28215 Bremen

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  • +49 421 536 07 71
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Office hours and prices

Mon-Fri: 10.00–13.00, 13.30 – 16.00

Prices in EUR from 2 nights:
Single room from € 26 - from € 46
Double room from € 52 - from € 65
Apartment from € 39 - from € 140

Further information


Prices can vary depending on length of stay and season. Please ask the local agency for a concrete offer.



Apartment with own terrace in Aschaffenburg Mainaschaff


Apartment in Aschaffenburg/ Mainaschaff§ • apartement (75 qm) 3 rooms • in a multi-familyhouse • Level: 1 • beds: 1 doublebed, 2 singlebeds, 2 daybeds (Couch) • no-smokingapartement • own kitchen • own bath • terrace • TV • brekfast: None • pets: None • bedclothes and towels will be provided for you • bus connection to the city centre (approx. 10 min.)


with own terrace


City Centre by car 5 min
Central Station by car 10 min
Airport by car 30 min
Apartement with own terrace

Place / District 63814 Aschaffenburg / Mainaschaff
Number of rooms 2
Guests bis 6
Code AbMaHer
Size ca. 85 m2
Price from 110,- € per night / 6 Guests *

* Prices vary depending on length of stay, number of persons and travel dates.

Own kitchen
With breakfast
Non smoking
Dogs welcome
Foreign languages

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Apartment with own terrace in Aschaffenburg Mainaschaff

But enough of history and off to the Viertel.

Mind you, no city map will lead you there as it's a local expression for the Ostertor and Steintor districts in the eastern suburbs. Stroll, shop, see and be seen there – all to the backdrop of gorgeous 19th century buildings.

Absolutely worth seeing are the Spezialitätenhandlung Holtorf Heimathaven. Packed with numerous theatres, museums, cinemas and alternative venues, the area even hosts a little red light district on Helenenstraße, off the Steintor. If you want to get away from the bustle, let the Sielwall ferry take you over the river Weser to Cafe Sand.

A stroll along the river will take you to the Schlachte. Already in the 13th century, the reinforcement of the bank here laid the foundation for the city's wealth through trade. Today we can ride boats and look at them, stroll or make ourselves comfortable on one of the 2,000 seats.

Parallel to the Schlachte you find the the Geeren street, here is the traditional Bremen roasting house Münchhausen, which also offers guided tours.

Now it's off to a different item on the agenda: find out about crooks, thugs and gangsters - learn about the dark side of Bremen! Or how about a guided walk on mathematics and (everyday) culture? StattReisen Bremen offers this and more.

Further down the Weser, we'll get to the Überseestadt where an entire new district is emerging. Where ships used to be unloaded until recently there are modern lofts next to old warehouses now. Enjoy culture, events and shopping facilities in the old port area which, although still a building site, is already buzzing with life. Immerse yourself in it!

Discover Bremen! Be our guest! Call us and tell us your wishes and you'll get a suitable offer on the spot.