Flat with a view

Flat with a view




Oct 2019

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our flat was built in the 70s when Bonn was the capital of Germany. With its marble floor, huge veranda and excellent view onto the Drachenfels it has the flair of an ambassador's home, an area gone by. It is located in the spa town Bad Godesberg, next to the green lung of Bonn, the forest Kottenforst, where you can see deer and boar in a reserve.

There is :
-the huge living room, with dining area,
-a well-equipped kitchen,
-one bathroom with shower, bathtub, toilet and bidet,
-a second toilet,
-the parents' bedroom with double bed 2x1,80m,
-the son's room with one bed 2x0,90m,
-the daughter's room with a bunk bed where two can sleep comfortably, both 2x0,90m and
-a terrace running along two sides with a view on the Drachenfels where Siegfried killed the dragon (in the German legend).

Walking to Bad Godesberg shopping area is only 10min downhill. The bus goes every 15min. Bad Godesberg, former rich spa town, is now part of Bonn. From its train station you get to Köln (in 40min, going down the Rhine) or to Koblenz (in 40min, going up the Rhine). Köln with a population of 1mio has everything a big city can offer. Koblenz is world-famous for the Deutsche Eck, where the rivers Rhine and Mosel meet, you can take a cable car to the hill-top and visit the famous fortress Ehrenbreitstein. Bonn itself has also a lot to offer, especially for families: there is the walk aloung the Rhine, the Rheinaue with outdoor activities, the zoological museum Koenig, the Bundeskunsthalle with changing top-class exhibitions. With a long university tradition Bonn is full of little cafes and restaurants and restaurants with food from different countries.


More about us

  1. We are a working couple with two kids, aged 11 and 8. We love hiking, cycling and swimming, but also movies, natural history museums and beergardens.

  2. Arno has a black belt in Karate and works in IT. Gerit is trying to improve conditions for mothers and works in research funding. The kids sing, dance, play theatre and the trumpet, practice sword fighting and tennis.

  3. On holidays we love to be outside, at home we listen to music, watch DVDs and drink wine on the patio.

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Where is it?


On a hill over Bad Godesberg on the river Rhine, part of the former German capital Bonn, this is a splendid starting point for hikers, cyclists or people interested in German history. 40km from Cologne, Germany's forth biggest city and 75km from the Nationalpark Eifel it offers both: city life or countryside.

Buzzy restaurants
www.halbedels-gasthaus.de with a Michelin star or the beergarden at www.rheinhoteldreesen.de
Cool bars
Cozy cafés
Retail therapy
Bit of culture
www.bundeskunsthalle.de and www.koelner-dom.de
Walks in the park
Spot of exercise
Day tripping
www.cologne.de or www.nationalpark-eifel.de/en/

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