|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
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The apartment (75 m²) features three rooms, balcony and is perfect for up to 5 adults and a baby. The living room is equiped with 2 sitting sofas + one sofa made up of 2 matresses where a fifth person can sleep ,a small table, a large Sat-TV, DVD, video recorder, hammock and Floccati-carpet. The bedroom has a queen size double bed, wardrobe and TV. The third room has a sofa which opens into a queen size double bed , a library, baby cot, desk, chair, computer, access to the balcony. For your leisure, a wide range of books for adults and children located in the lobby and in the third room's library. Also a safe deposit box for your valuables. The kitchen is equipped with dishwasher, large fridge, E-stove, oven, microwave, toaster, a coffee machine, juicer, etc., a large table with 5 chairs. In addition: shower and WC , hair dryer washing machine and tumble dryer ,babycot and baby high chair. Bed linen and towels included. This is a non-smoker apartment. Smoking only on the balcony.
All our 3 apartments are located in a small house in a quiet neighborhood, at most 15 walking minutes from the historical center. Each apartment has a private parking place in the yard, wifi, SAT TV, DVD, a well equipped kitchen, queen size beds, a safe deposit box and a baby cot and baby high chair. Common to the 3 apartments is a washing room on the ground floor with washing machine and tumble drier, for free use of our guests. In the little garden in the back you will find an open hut for bikes, in case you decide to rent one.
Bedlinen and towels are provided.
All apartments are non-smoking apartments. Smoking only on the balcony or in the garden.
You will find a folder on the table with a list of restaurants, coffee shops and supermarkets close by , on the way to the center and in the center.
You'll find several restaurants in the neighbourhood, at a walking distance of 2 to 10 minutes, also 2 supermarkets at most 10 minutes walking distance and a bakery about 5 walking minutes from the apartments.
Bus number 27, at about 3-4 minutes walking distance in Ganshofstrasse takes you to the center, to the central train station and to the airport. Bus number 2, about 5-6 minutes walking distance on Innsbrucker Bundesstrasse will also take you to the airport.
Check in time: If there are guests leaving on the same day, check in time is around 13-14 o'clock. It is possible to bring your luggage to the apartment from about 10:30 o'clock, but the apartment will be clean only at about 13-14 o'clock.
If there are no guests leaving on the day you arrive, you can check in anytime .
Check out time: 10 o'clock if there are guests coming the same day, otherwise 12 o'clock..
you can find further details on our homepage www.salzburg-city-holiday-homes.at
I used to live in the 3 room apartment and I love it because it is so close to the center (15 walking minutes) but in a quiet residential area, in a small house with altogether 6 apartments, with a private parking place for each in the yard and a small garden in the back. What I also like about my apartments is that they have doors and windows in 3 directions so they are airy and there is almost always sunlight coming in somewhere. There are bus stations not more than 4-5 walking minutes away, still it is quiet, you don't hear the busses. And you can walk to the historical center in 15 minutes through pleasant streets. I also love the tall Magnolia tree in the back yard.
What a great place to stay! The apartment is in a quiet neighborhood only a 10-15 minute walk from the city center. Parking is included and a very good pizza place is nearby. A car in not necessary if you are only going into the city.
The apartment is very spacious and four of us had plenty of room. Everything you would need is there and I would definately stay again. Thanks again Dr. Ruth.
The apartment was stocked with everything that we needed, even a few spices and cooking items. Clean and presentable. The maps provided and welcome packet/binder were very helpful. Both checking in and checking out were very convenient. My wife complained that it was loud our second night, although it was Halloween. Otherwise the neighbourhood was pleasant. Convenient location for all of our travel plans, but away from the hustle and bustle. More then enough room for a family of five with puzzles, books and games for down time entertainment. Be cognisant of tourist tax and additional occupant fees and plan accordingly. Bars lining the kitchen counter were loose. Not sure of their purpose, but may need to be removed entirely or just secured. We would consider staying here in the future.
This rental property is nicely equipped and spacious. Dr. Ruth, the owner, even provided a full complement of paper products (a rarity in Europe by our experience), and an ice-cube tray (another rarity).
It's within easy walking distance of a grocery store, ATM, bakery and some dining. For more dining, you'll probably want to drive, though walking is possible. And street parking at the restaurants at that distance is plentiful.
Parking outside the apartment is plentiful and just a short walk to the door.
There was a mix-up on our arrival relative to the apartment we'd rented. But Mariana, the attendant, and Dr. Ruth got things cleared up quickly.
Would definitely stay again.
My husband and I recently stayed at Dr. Ruth' Apartment, a comfortable and very well equipped place. The apartment can easily accommodate 4-6 people; plus it is perfect for families with small children. We used google maps to get around. The walk to Old Town is 15-20 minutes, via the tunnel. Restaurants and grocery stores are a 10 minute walk; Dr. Ruth has directions to these locations in the apartment's binder. Since I like to cook, we ate in every night. Note...grocery stores are closed on Sunday's except at the train station, and most restaurants are also closed on Sunday. We had one small problem with the television, and she fixed the problem ASAP. Corresponding with her is never a problem, for she responds to the emails quickly.
If you are a Sound of Music fan, we recommend Fraulein Maria's bicycle tour, a fun way to relive the movie.
Thank you Dr. Ruth for opening your home to the public. We will surely recommend it to our friends.
We really enjoyed staying in this apartment. It was quiet and away from the hustle and bustle but with with shops and reataurants in easy walking distance ( local 'pub' at the end of the road!) and an easy bus ride into the centre. (We found the No. 1 trolley bus the most convenient for getting into town and it goes all the way to the train station. To get this, you need to carry on down Ganhofstrasse till you meet Maxglan Hautstrasse - hope I've got those names right!) Ruth had given us useful information before arriving and there was also a very helpful folder with information about the facilities in the flat and local amenities. The weather wasn't brilliant while we were there but we did have one lovely sunny evening when we were able to sit on the balcony and admire the view of the Unterberg. I'd certainly recommend this property to others.
Our family of two adults and one teen rented the three room apartment for a long weekend visit to enjoy the Christmas markets in Salzburg and surrounds.
Though the apartment is listed as “pet-friendly,” the owner does not want any pet left alone in the apartment. This condition is not within the rental contract; we missed this statement in one of the email exchanges. I explained that our dog is old, spends most of the day snoozing, and has arthritis that would be aggravated by the cold weather, and asked if an exception could be made. The owner never responded.
Thankfully this was not our first visit to Salzburg, so we were not visiting museums and other places where dogs are prohibited. The only inconvenience was having to cancel our dinner reservations at St. Peter Stiftkeller for our last night, as it would have been inappropriate to bring our dog along.
The apartment is as described, and was very clean. Parking and WiFi are also available. The owner resides significantly offsite; the onsite management could be improved upon: all but one lamp in the bathroom vanity fixture was burned out; there was no functioning light for the kitchen counter area or cooktop; and the bed for our teen was not prepared. Guests are expected to complete the requisite registration form, yet no writing implement was provided. No information regarding bus schedules or the location of the nearest grocery/restaurants was provided.
A simple check on Google Maps or similar will reveal that the “10 minute” walk is only to NeuTor. For sightseeing in the AltStadt/City Center (where most visitors go), an additional 15 minutes would be necessary.
Overall, the apartment met basic lodging criteria. Improving the onsite management and removing the "pet-friendly" filter is recommended.
The apartments are at Ganshofstrasse 18, close to the historical center, in the part of the city called Max Glan, about 8 minutes driving distance from the airport and from the freeway and about 10 minutes driving distance from the train station.
How to get there: Coming form freeway A 10 EXIT Salzburg Airport, go ahead to the first traffic light, then turn left to the Innsbrucker Bundesstrasse. At the end of Innsbrucker Bundesstrasse turn right to Maxglaner Hauptstrasse. After having passed a small bridge, turn left to Straubingerstrasse. At the end of Straubingerstrasse turn left to Ganshofstrasse. It's the second house on the left side, a light green house. From the airport take either a taxi or bus number 2 to Hans Schmid Platz. Go back about 100 meters until you see a sign 'zum Gasthof zur Einkehr', Before this sign turn right , cross the little bridge and turn right into Ganshofstrasse up to number 18. Or take bus 8 to Glansteg, cross the street,, walk a few meters back, turn right the narrow way and cross the little bridge, then turn right into Ganshofstrasse and walk up to number 18.
Attractions and activities:
within a walking distance of 15-20 minutes you can reach most of Salzburg's main attractions. The Festspielhaus where concerts, operas and theaters are played, the Getreidegasse, a beautiful street in the historical center where you will also find Mozart#s birth place. There is now a museum in that house. The fortress Festung Hohensalzburg from which you have a beautiful view on the city. But my favorite place for a beautiful f view is going up the elevator to the Mönchsberg where the museum of modern art is situated, there you have the nicest view on the old town.. The Dom, Salzburg's biggest church, several other beautiful churches, the old cemetery with its catacombs, the Peter's Keller- which is supposed to be the oldest restaurant in Europe which offers good food and evening concerts with or without dinner. The mirabell garden, on the other side of the river and close by the Marionettentheater, a very artistic puppet theater for adults playing operas by Mozart. You can take a bus to the palace of Hellbrun and watch the water games which are really fun and take your kids to the zoo. Or take your children to the museum of science in the historical center, the 'Haus der Natur' . This just to name some of the most important attractions.
Ski: The closest Ski mountain is the Untersberg in Salzburg. With the car it takes about 15 minutes to get there. There are also busses going there and there is a skibus in winter that takes guests to different ski resorts.