Vacation Apartment in Bad Windsheim - 431 sqft, fold-out sofa, comfortable bed (# 1140)
Our house is quietly situated near the Schwedenwall and the historic old town. Restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets and the spa are within walking distance. This apartment has a bathroom with towels, living room with fold-out sofa and armchair, dining room table, kitchen, and a separate bedroom with queen bed. Also includes satellite TV, electric kettle, hair dryer, coffee machine, and toaster., key advantages: fold-out sofa, comfortable bed, 1 living/family room with dining area, , fully equipped kitchen, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, Our house is quietly situated near the Schwedenwall and the historic old town. Restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets and the spa are within walking distance. This apartment has a bathroom with towels, living room with fold-out sofa and armchair, dining room table, kitchen, and a separate bedroom with queen bed. Also includes satellite TV, electric kettle, hair dryer, coffee machine, and toaster.
Location Nuremberg Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Nuremberg Airport. From Nuremberg Airport the distance to the unit at Saubergasse 7, 91438 Bad Windsheim is about 62 km (38.7 miles), approximately a 1 hour, 9 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Bad Windsheim, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $85-$125 for 2 persons.
Unit Size: 431 square feet
Additional Features: Central Heating, Dish Washer, Microwave, Toaster, Television, Satellite TV
More travel info about Bad Windsheim: Bad Windsheim, Bavaria, is situated near Nuremburg and Rothenburg ob der Taube. It is a very old town, dating back to 741 AD. Today the town is primarily known for its health spa. The first spa in Bad Windsheim was established in the 1890s, and the modern spa offers a rich array of modern amenities and services. The other notable institution in Bad Windsheim is an open-air museum about farming culture, which offers special programs including living history demonstrations. The museum also has archaeological exhibitions that interpret the region's settlement culture, including the reconstruction of a multi-storied mausoleum that belonged to a medieval noblewoman complete with a wagon, jewelry, household implements, and clothing. Plays, literary readings, and comprehensive educational programs for both amateurs and professionals also take place on the museum site. Bad Windsheim is noted for its lovely half-timbered buildings. Specific sites to visit while visiting here include the 1770s town hall, the apothecary shop (1717), the archaeological windows inset into the pavement showing graves from the 700s to the 1100s and a fountain from the 1400s, and a 30-hectare park. Make sure to take the time to enjoy a glass of whine at the Weinstube dating from the 1330s. The Swedish king Gustavus Adolphus supposedly frequented this wine cellar when he was here in 1632. There are so many lovely places to visit in Bavaria that it is hard to just pick a couple as possible day trips. A train trip to Nuremburg only takes one hour, so this is one logical destination. Also, Rothenburg ob der Taube is only a short 15-mile jaunt away.