Great place to stay in one of Dortmund's most beautiful suburbs

Great place to stay in one of Dortmund's most beautiful suburbs




Apr 2008

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms

About our home

A cosy, centrally located apartment, with wooden floors and all amenities. It's on a quiet street, with a large backyard with tall trees, grass, and a small playground.


More about us

  1. I'm Nicole, 32, a Content Manager of a German Bank and freelance translator, a single mom of a two year old and I've lived most of my life in Berlin, which I consider the best city to live in in the world. It offers all and more you'd expect from a large city with over four million people. Lots of impressive sights, castles, museums, cathedrals as well as the finest restaurants and nightlife. On the other hand, Berlin is one of the greenest, cleanest and safest big cities. I guess you can tell I really am a Berliner. ;) Having lived in Melbourne, Quito and Salt Lake City and having travelled to many countries, I've always been happy to come home. I'm a tidy, clean and respectful person and I would take care of your things as I would if they were mine.

    I'm very much looking forward to meeting you! :)

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Where is it?


Major sites, museums and galleries are all within easy reach by public transport. Within walking distance there are three shopping malls, all types of restaurants, cafes and pubs as well as parks, lakes (which you can also swim in) and playgrounds.

I'd love to include some more photos of Berlin, however, it would definitely exceed the maximum number of photos I'm allowed to include here. But if you've got some time and you're interested google some pics of the Brandenburg Gate, Charlottenburg Castle, the Siegessaeule, Reichstag, Gandarmenmarkt, Checkpoint Charly... to name but a few.

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