Picturesque in a quiet suburban area in Wiesbaden is this Bed & Breakfast with the Schmelz Family. Their apartment to let is on the ground floor of their split-level home, where there is room for 2-3 guests.
The aparment is a one-room flat with a common room and includes a comfortable double bed, a hide-away-bed/couch, satellite TV, phone. They also have a kitchette with a breakfast table, water kettle, toaster, fridge, mini-bar, sink, stove, and dishes/pots & pans. There is an adjoining batheroom with a shower. The apartment has a private entrance so you don't have to worry about waking the Schmelz's up in the middle of the night. They also have private parking for your car, and the bus stop is just around the corner. Their prices are fixed between 38-60 Euro for the apartment, depending on how many guests there are, and whether or not there are events or conventions taking place in Wiesbaden. It is possible to negotiate a package price for a period of a month or longer. Breakfast costs 6.50 Euro extra per person.
This is a nice place to stay if you have children or plan to stay in this area for a few days with a small group of people. The Becker's offer a fully equipped apartment with cooking facilities, if you would rather cook your own meals. If you wouldn't, you can request breakfast service at an extra charge. The apartments are comfortably furnished, and some have a garden with garden furniture or a private balcony. They are located in the part of town known as "Frauenstein", which is not centrally located. This gives you the advantage of peace and quiet at night, but you will have to take the local bus to see the sights or do shopping.
Prices are very reasonable for the area. 40-50 Euro for the first person. Every additional person costs 5-10 Euro. The prices only fluctuate on the expensive side when events or conventions are in town.
I lived in Germany for two years. The wine and beer fests were really good. Accomodations now are very expensive due to the value of the Euro, when I was in Wiesbaden Germany was still using the Deutschemark.
I recommend a summer trip to Germany for the best experience,
Die 'Engels ' on the Main--
also a little ' Zimmer Frei ' eastern edge of Rudesheim.
We usually stay most of the time with our good friends ,
In Kusel .
75 Marks ..
Engels Right on Main river -- Look out your bedroom window
see --and hear the waves against the building ..
Unique , wake up for Breakfast -- They throw your door open and yell .
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