beauitiful house - nice rooms well equiped with fridge tv shower
very friendly hosts
excellent, rich breakfast buffet
straight at the laggon, 1,7 km to nida center
Wonderful holiday unique Baltic seaside perle - Curonian Spit in Nida resort, we offer our apartments to spend.
The flats is on the fourth floor, in a very centre of Nida, on the Taikos Street. To the sea it is 15-20 min. by foot (about 1.2 km.), to the centre – 50 metres, to The Curonian Bay – 130 metres.
We offer You to spend a splendid vacation in our flat - attic (6 sleeping places, total space - 50 m2) at the unique pearl of the Baltic coast – the Curonian Spit’s resort in Nida. There are two bedrooms ( is a cable TV with 45 programmes, WiFi Internet access, baby crib) for Your rest.
The kitchen and the dining-room are in one common room, where you will find modern equipment ( refrigerators, a microwave, an electric stove, electric kettle, coffee-machine, dishes, pots, flatware and other things).
We will fully supply You with bedclothes, towels.
More info : http://traveltonida.webnode.com/
In guesthouse Palve I was in 2008 January, few days after New Years night, so there weren't lot of people. Administrators are quite friendly. Rooms are quite big, with TV, shower and WC. In some rooms TVs show programs in bad quality.
Our room wasn't tided during our visit.
My room has view in packhouse, my friend room has view in new church.
In guesthouse is sauna (~200 litas for 8-10 people per hour); billiard (20Lt / hour), table tennis (16Litas / hour).
We came to Nida on a long summer weekend without having booked any accomodation in advance. So on arrival we headed directly to the Tourist Information where staff already seemed to be having problems to accomodate everybody.
We eventually got a room at Zuvreda, which is a basic holiday guesthouse. They have various rooms with shared facilities. Our small room had a convertible sofa, a wash basin and a relatively big wooden balcony. The price for the room was 140 Litas (42 Euro, 2006). Breakfast is not included.
Zuvedra is located centrally at Kuverto gatve which is one of the streets leading from the Curonian Spit main street into Nida.
We arrived in August 06 in Nida without reservation and this was the only place available because it happened to be a Lithuanian long weekend which we didn't know.
The rooms in this holiday home which is open all year are very basic indeed. We had a very small room with a convertable sofa and a hand basin. The toilet was miles away like down one floor along the whole corridor into the next building past the reception and the shower the same distance plus one floor down. But we had a balcony. Bedding and sheets included.
Anyway, it's budget accomodation with 100 Litas for a double. No breakfast.
We found this place for 150 Litas a night through the tourist office. There was no parking space left, so we had to use a public pay parking in front of the harbour. The room was nice and we had to share the toilet/bathroom with the other room. There were kitchen facilities to use. The tourist office said the price included breakfast but this was not true. The tap water seemed to come straight out of the Haff which means it was very smelly and brown.
On the second photo you can see the phone no. of the place. If you walk around Nida it's typical to see sign up for renting rooms.
Very clean apartment with one living/dining room, two sleeping rooms and two bathrooms. All necessary kitchen accessories.
Only 200m from central.
The Queen Luise, aka Hotel Jurate, is located centrally in Nida, and offers three types of rooms: Cheap, regular and lux. We took a double lux, and paid 145 Litas per night off-season. Staff is friendly and speaks both English and German.
The Queen Luise is located where the old inn and mailhouse was built in 1737. In 1807 Queen Luise of Prussia spent a night at the inn, hence the name. The legend says that she engraved a verse from Goethe on the window with her diamond ring. The inn burnt down in 1829, but was soon rebuilt as the "Hotel Koenigin Luise".
As camping is strictly forbidden on the Curonian Spit, Nida's one campground is the only place to put up your tent. The ground is not too far away from Nida, located in the middle of the pine woods. It's pretty much like every other campground in the world but it's on the Curonian Spit which makes it a worthwhile experience!
It's on the Curonian Spit!
1.In my opinion the best and easiest way would be just go straight to the tourist information center( quite in the center, next to the cinema) and they will find you place to stay acording to your needs and budget.
2.Or you can look for hotels, campings or privet places to stay in internet.so then it might be more secure,meaning , you can be sure you've reserved places.
3.In very worst case you did not make any reservation, neither is the info office working(normally itshould be working till evening), you could just go straight to houses and ask if they rent rooms or if they know someone who does.(more then 2/3rds of all Nida's privet houses or appartments are for rent).
I actually just showed up at the tourist office in Nida on Taikos 4 and they find you a private room. One cannot say B & B as breakfast is not provided. Travelling solo you have the disadvantage that you have to pay for 2. Still I got a room for 50 Litas with use of kettle and fridge, plates etc.
Alternatively, you could walk around and ask where the signs are out.
When talking to the girls in the tourist office you may find that one only speaks English and the other only German as there are lots of German tourists as well as Polish, (Belyo)Russian.
As it is place of summer vacation spending one, you try just to go there and find a place to live. The price belongs on place, and type of room you want of course..
I offer you to rent a room not in the Nida, but somewhere in the less town, which you cross going to Nida. There you can find really cheap rooms - about 4-5 dollars per night for one person.
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