Günstige Privat-Unterkünfte für Übernachtung in Mainz

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Private accommodation for your overnight stay in Mainz

Tourists, but also business travellers enquire about economically-priced accommodation in Mainz, ranging from trade-fair rooms to accommodation for travelling technicians.

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The Roman Noblemen and the Emperor Barbarossa settled in Mainz and left their marks upon the current capitol of the State of Rheinland-Pfalz. Our town is not only an important media center, but also a university town. The millenium year 2000 was dedicated to Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of the moveable-type printing press and our most famous Mainzer. In the Gutenberg museum one can try to print a page using this old method.

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bed & breakfast Mainz

bedandbreakfast page karrer

Gudrun Page-Karrer
Drususwall 62
55131 Mainz

Office hours and prices

Mon-Fri: 10.00–16.00
except Wed: 10.00 – 14.00

Single rooms from € 27.00 - from € 47.00
Double rooms from € 42.00 - from € 80.00
Apartments from € 41.00 - from € 85.00

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

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private guest room with breakfast in Hanover Herrenhausen

Description

Double room in Hannover – Herrenhausen, University and Sealife Aquarium nearby, quiet living area• double room • approx. 17 sqm • in a one family terraced house • floor: ground floor • 2 single beds, each approx. 90 x 200 cm • small sofa • wardrobe • fridge • desk with office chair • TV • radio • shower bath • WC • nice view into the garden • breakfast: served on 1st floor • non smoker household • hosts: couple • pets: non • foreign languages: English • towels and bedclothes are provided • distance to the city: approx. 7 min by tram •

Specials

Close to Herrenhäuser Schlossgarten

Distances

City Centre by tram 7 min
Central Station by tram 10 min
Airport by public transport 20 min
To fairground 20 min
quiet guest room

Place / District 30167 / Hannover / Herrenhausen
Number of rooms 1
Guests 1 - 2
Code HATHU
Size ca. 17 m2
Price from 67,60 € per night / 2 Guests *

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

bathroom
TV
Internet
Own kitchen
Balcony/Terrace
With breakfast
Non smoking
Dogs welcome
Foreign languages

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private guest room with breakfast in Hanover Herrenhausen

We will begin our city tour at the Mainz Church and the Dom (cathedral). Our St. Martins Dom is the best-known and largest building in Mainz, situated in the middle of the city center, where our Old Town and marketplace begin. Our other churches are also notable, for example, the St. Stephan's Church, built in the gothic style, has windows from Marc Chagall. On these windows are scenes from the Old Testament painted in tones of blue. After visiting another church, the Augustinerkirche, with its beautiful Baroque facade, we arrive in the Old Town.

Our Old Town is very charmingly built, with the Augustinerstrasse, wonderfully suited to stroll and stop in the little shops, cafes and Weinstuben (traditional wine bars), where it is easy to come into conversation with the natives. I especially recommend the Kirschgarten with its old, half-timbered buildings. The Weinhaus "Hof zum Spiegel" is a beloved subject for photographers.

Three times each week the marketplace becomes a colorful, almost oriental trading post for fruit, vegetables, flower and spice traders. A huge modern shopping paradise is found at the end of the Old Town, the "Fort-Malakoff-Park."

To cap off the day there is a rich assortment of choices. He who likes music or theater is best served at the Staatstheater. But also the Unterhaus, the Frankfurter Hof, and the KUZ offer interesting programs. You can spend you money in the charming Old Town, with its Weinstüben and restaurants - but those who want to multiply their money should visit the Spielbank (casino) Mainz.

There are ample opportunities to round off the day in a pleasant atmosphere. The theatre, Frankfurter Hof, Kuz and Unterhaus, a casino and lots of wine taverns offer plenty of entertainment. In addition to the Carnival (Fastnacht) in February and the Johannis Festival in June, there are many other events in the city that loves celebrations.

When it comes to lodging, I can arrange comfortable and low-priced guest rooms in Mainz.

I am looking forward to your visit!