A very unique apartment in a historic timber framed house built in the 18th century on the city's fortress wall. Close to the centre and amenities, it has two bedrooms, a living-dining room, fully equipped kitchen and a large sunny garden.
** 15% discount for bookings over 1 month !! **
THE APARTMENT is on the top level, bright and spacious and breathes fresh, clean air all year round.
It is beautifully furnished with contemporary and heirloom pieces, Art and objects collected from our travels.
The master and guest bedrooms sleep up to four guests in comfort. The living-dining room has a large arch window with a green view on to a sprawling lawn and large trees.
The kitchen is fully equipped with ceramic cooktop, oven, microwave, fridge, kettle, coffee machine, crockery, utensils and tableware.
The bathroom is clean and neat with a shower.
All power sockets have been childproofed and we can provide you with a baby cot too.
The garden is large and shielded by a tall, thick hedge so you can relax with a book, sunbath, barbeque or play games with the children in complete privacy.
The perfect home-away-from-home or holiday apartment: you’ll find a bakery, chemist, kiosk, supermarket, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars are just a stroll away (no need to drive!).
Fresh food markets unfold Wednesday and Saturday mornings and are an absolute pleasure to visit!
We provide you with fresh bed linen and soft towels; essentials like soap, toilet paper, garbage bags; extras like coffee, tea, condiments.
WiFi internet is FREE.
It is possible to temporarily park your car near the house only to drop off your bags. A free open air carpark is located on the Andreasstrasse. From this carpark you can walk all the way down the Blasiusstrasse, cross the crossing at the Busdorfwall, and head towards the Busdorfmauer and the house. It is a 5 minute walk.
Alternatively, you can pay for parking underground in the city (e.g. Libori Galerie or Volksbank carparks) they are a 10 minute walk from the house.
Should you choose to extend your stay and become a temporary resident of the city, you may acquire a car parking permit for free on-street parking.
Interakcija s gostima
Should you need anything simply send us a message, we are usually close by.
PLEASE RESPECT our property and neighbours by keeping tidy and the volume down. The apartment is not suitable for parties.
SMOKING IS NOT ALLOWED inside the building.
CHECK-IN time is after 2pm and CHECK-OUT is 10am, please let us when you will be arriving and if you need to Check-out after 10am. Simply close the apartment door and leave the keys in the ceramic Rumtopf beside the door on your way out.
WIFI: In Germany it is illegal to download movies or other copyright protected content. If any illegal activity using our WiFi is discovered, legal action may be taken against you. Please do not do this!
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My name is Chauntelle. Originally from Sydney, Australia, I now live in Paderborn with my husband and two young children. I am an Artist, Architect and Creative Consultant.
We provide very unique accomodation in the 'Villa Busdorf', a heritage-listed house built around 1750 on the ancient fortress wall of the city of Paderborn.
As Airbnb hosts, we aim to make our apartments comfortable and convenient so our guests can enjoy a memorable stay. When possible, I try to respond to every inquiry in good time. It's a family business and a team effort.
The Villa Busdorf is a traditional 'Fachwerk' or timber framed house with a large grassy garden and a magnificent maple growing on the fortress wall.
Inside, there is:
(1) a two bedroom apartment, penthouse level
(2) a one bedroom apartment, mid-level
(3) a studio apartment, ground floor
We look forward to welcoming you to Paderborn and hope that you will feel right at home!
We love slow travel and appreciate modern art museums as much as forest walks. Our favourite cities are London, New York and Tokyo. We like to spend a week or more in one location and experience local culture through food...and the best part of any journey is coming home! :-)