Vacation Apartment in Essen - 969 sqft, comfortable, WiFi (# 2532)
This large apartment is perfect for a family group and even offers access to a patio and large yard and garden. Additional cots can be supplied as needed. Free Wi-Fi, a small balcony, and a dishwasher are just a few of this unit's amenities., key advantages: comfortable, WiFi, 1 large living/family room, , fully equipped kitchen, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, spacious design, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is located near the edge of the village, Walking distance into downtown Essen is only 5 minutes, There is parking in front of the house available for this object, There is also additional street parking available for this object,
The largest apartment is waiting with 90m², two bedrooms, a small balcony, a living room, kitchen and bathroom. From the kitchen you reach the terrace with stairs down to the garden. 8 people fit with ease. Cots can be supplied. Ideal for large families or groups.
* Sofa bed for 2, extra folding seat
* Coffee table and dining table for 6
* Flatscreen TV, DVD, WiFi
* Double bed, closet, dresser, balcony with seating for 2
* 2 single beds, crib, bookshelf
* Oven/stove with grill, fridge-freezer, microwave, dishwasher, egg cooker, coffeemaker, service. Access to terrace.
* Bathtub with shower, toilet, small shelf for towels etc.
The hall connects the entry to the rest of the rooms.
Each of the 4 flats has a different theme. Upstairs reflects the 50s thanks to many original pieces of furniture and accessories that make you feel sent back in time. Even my pink beetle "Dolly" which can also be booked, is a particular highlight. For driving my Mazda 5 is available. My house can be entirely booked by a family or group.
The garden is open to all residents of the house and again makes for a very nice feel-good factor, especially in the summer when you can sunbathe, barbecue and even take a dip in the pond. We constantly strive to optimize every home and everything around the house. So in the near future the construction of a large spa area is planned.
Location Düsseldorf Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Düsseldorf Airport. From Düsseldorf Airport the distance to the unit at Auf dem Loh 51, 45289 Essen is about 30 km (18.7 miles), approximately a 26 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Essen, 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 $125-$106 for 3 persons.
Unit Size: 969 square feet
Additional Features: Internet Access, Wireless Internet, Central Heating, Oven, Charcoal Grill, Dish Washer, Freezer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Toaster, Television, DVD Player, Patio, Garden, Outdoor Dining Area, Games, Sofabed
In the middle of the Ruhr area, south of the Essen city center, is our holiday home in the district Burgaltendorf. The name comes from the Burgaltendorf village surrounding the castle ruins on the outskirts of the district. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, swimming and much more are nearby in the idyllic landscape of the Ruhr.
Directions by Car
From Frankfurt / Munich / Stuttgart / Cologne: Motorway A3 to the junction Breitscheid. Then the A52 motorway Düsseldorf-Essen towards Essen. The next exit Essen-Bergerhausen exit and turn left onto the avenue Ruhrallee toward Kupferdreh and continue as described under "From Düsseldorf."
From Bielefeld / Hannover / Dortmund: from A2 to A1 direction Cologne until Westhofener crossing. From here on the A45 until the motorway intersection Dortmund West and then onto the A40 towards Essen / Duisburg. Stay on the A40 until the motorway junction Essen-Ost and then take the A52 Düsseldorf-Essen toward Essen. The next exit Essen-Bergerhausen you exit and turn left onto the avenue Ruhrallee toward Kupferdreh and continue as described under "From Düsseldorf."
From Bremen / Hamburg / Münster / Osnabrück: the A1 until the motorway junction Münster-Süd and then take the A43 towards Bochum / Wuppertal. At the junction on the A40 towards Essen Bochum / Duisburg to Essen-Ost junction. Take the A52 towards Düsseldorf. The next exit Essen-Bergerhausen you exit and turn left onto the avenue Ruhrallee toward Kupferdreh and continue as described under "From Düsseldorf."
From Kassel: Coming from the A44 at junction Kassel, Dortmund / Unna on the A1 until Westhofener cross. Here on the A45 until the motorway intersection Dortmund West and then onto the A40 towards Essen / Duisburg. On the A40 until you reach the junction Essen-Ost and onto the A52 towards Düsseldorf. The next exit Essen-Bergerhausen you exit and turn left onto the avenue Ruhrallee towards Kupferdreh and continue as described under "From Düsseldorf."
From Düsseldorf: Take the A52 Düsseldorf / Essen, exit Essen-Bergerhausen. Continue turning right onto the Ruhrallee toward Kupferdreh. After about 2 km turn left at the large intersection towards Burgaltendorf bridge over the Ruhr, Marie-Juchacz Street. After about 2 km turn right onto the road Überruhr. Follow the signs to Burgaltendorf. Take the old main road past the church by Burgaltendorf. After the second traffic light, turn left into Auf dem Loh.
Public Transport: From the train station Essen, take the express bus line to SB15 Burgaltendorf to the station Burgruine.
Düsseldorf Airport: Take the A52 direction Düsseldorf and then the A44. Follow the signs to the airport.
More travel info about Essen: Essen is situated in the center of the Ruhr Area in North Rhine-Westphalia. Located on the Ruhr River, its population of approximately 580,000 (2008) makes it the 7th- or 8th-largest city in Germany. The city was appointed by the EU as the European Capital of Culture for 2010 on behalf of the whole Ruhr Area. Formerly one of Germany's most important coal and steel centers and historically linked to the centuries-old Krupp Iron Works, the city has developed a strong tertiary sector of industry and (sometimes together with nearby Duesseldorf) claims to be the desk of the Ruhr area. It is home to 13 of the 100 largest German corporations and is seat to several of the region's authorities.