Silent wooden island in a stone art-deco building,the Danube washing our feet,Szabadság Bridge watching our dreams and Gellért Bath just there.The noise of tram,metro and city life won't get to your ears while you're home but reachable in no time.
Large spaces (73 sqm alltogether) lots of wooden structure, ceiling height is at 3.9 m, the flat is located in an art deco style, former tenement-house (very popular in Budapest's architecture) on the ground floor.
Desktop computer, washing machine ( with consumables), dishwasher (with consumables), cable tv, dvd player, lots of books, kettle, microwawe, electric oven, cooker, coffees, teas, spices all in.
The whole apartment is available, i've only locked two tiny spaces (the larder and the former maid's room...) where i put our very personal stuff. Anything else, books, extra blankets, spare pillows and towels, dishes, cuttlery etc. are accessable.
Interakcija s gostima
I'm available 24h on phone and personally too if requested.
Please treat the flat as you do your own. At the end of the day they are only objects but they are part of our home. And most of all please respect our neighbours by keeping noise down cause you know you leave but i stay and face the reproaches :(
Mother of a 5 yrs old girl, skilled housekeeper and graphic designer, amateur gardener, failed dog trainer-or maybe just chose a difficult breed- (she's lovely though), a bit more successful with the two cats and my partner :), that's all me. Love to party, travel and chat, things that have faded in the last few years since we have a child and moved out to the country side. It's very refreshing to escape from the rural happiness every now and again and take the train to my favourite city, Budapest, which i love to bits!!! Airbn to me is the chance of meeting people from all over the world, so even if i can't travel as much as i used to it keeps me connected to the rest of the world. I've been all over the places and yet Budapest remains my favourite spot, where old and new combines in a harmonic way, young and not so young people can find their perfect way to entertain themselves. Mine is walking by the Danube, amongst a few others (like going to concerts to the A38 concert ship or to MüPa-the symphony hall), thermal baths (there's two within walking distance), go to the food market to chat with the mongers and buy fresh food (i love cooking and eating good food), the main Food Hall is also within walking distance and you're crossing the Danube (follow the green bridge), a nice saturday morning programme.
It's a bit difficult to get together with The Girls (a lot of us have kids) but we love to meet in one of Budapest's tarnished Coffee Houses (like Hadik , or the New York, or the Central).
Jellied eel, onion, Doc Martin, Shipping News, Ljudmila Ulickaja, Murakami Haruki, swimming, travelling with the yellow undergroung (metroline 1), dogs. I love music too, all kind, without earplugs though cause i need all my senses when out of the house, keeping my eyes wide and ears sharpened to catch what's worth catching.
As a guest and host i'm easy going, helpful, don't want to bother too much but there if needed, reliable and straight i hope? Got a bit wiser with the age...
Well, hope to see with some of you, as a guest or host, here and there (we're not traveling with our dog cause as i said i'm not very succesfull with her training and the cats are rural mouse catchers not excited by the idea of travelling further than the the neighbouring plot).