The ultimate place to stay in Brasov Transylvania awesome view over Brasov from up to 100m high. In the heart of Old Centrum of Brasov. Private access to the apartment, individual rooms, shared fully modern equipped kitchen, big restroom with all necessary equipment. Himalayan salt lamps lighted to give a fresh and revigorated air (simulating the air of a saline), lights led technology, bed mattress memory foam, bunk bed huge glass closets professional massage chair, TV and free high-speed WIFI.
The apartment is on the last floor of one of the biggest Vila in the neighborhood with individual access door and stairs. The view over the city it's awesome (from over 100 meter top of the City level, the chambers are modernly equipped and each of them has his own personality. Each room has access to a fully-equipped kitchen and a shared restroom.
History, comfort and tranquility, only at 7 minutes walk from the bustle of the Old Town Center (Black Church, the Synagogue, Weavers’ Bastion), the cozy restaurants and terraces, the road to Poiana Brasov (ski resort) or Tampa Mountain. There is an easy access to the road linking Brasov to Rasnov, Bran, Moieciu and Zarnesti but also Predeal, Sinaia, Busteni mountain resorts stations; 12 km from Poiana Brasov, 20 km from Rasnov Castle, 30 km from Bran Castle, 5 km from the Aquatic Paradise. Parking on sidewalks near the house. Suitable for one family.
Possibility to have an outdoor cinema in the courtyard with on-demand videos even touristic material about the region.
The approximative surface of the private room is 16 square meters or 20 square yards and the hight it's approximative 3 meters or 10 feets. All surfaces (even floors) in the locations are systematically cleaned with one of the strongest medicinal alcohol on the market so beside clean location we offer bacteria and microbes almost free location ideal for extremely sensitive persons.
The appartement it's accessible by individual interior stairs and each room has also individual access from a lobby. The house has also a courtyard with a rocking garden a table with chairs and benches. In the front of the house, there is the possibility of parking up to 5 cars if needed.
Interaction with guests
On the place usually, there is someone who takes cares of the house but at any time we the host we can be reached by phone which is specified on each key room.
Other things to note
Germans living in Brașov were mainly involved in trade and crafts. The location of the city at the intersection of trade routes linking the Ottoman Empire and Western Europe, together with certain tax exemptions, allowed Saxon merchants to obtain considerable wealth and exert a strong political influence. They contributed a great deal to the architectural flavor of the city. Fortifications around the city were erected and continually expanded, with several towers maintained by different craftsmen's guilds, according to medieval custom. Part of the fortification ensemble was recently restored using UNESCO funds, and other projects are ongoing. At least two entrances to the city, Poarta Ecaterinei (or Katharinentor) and Poarta Șchei (or Waisenhausgässertor), are still in existence. The city center is marked by the mayor's former office building (Casa Sfatului) and the surrounding square (piaţa), which includes one of the oldest buildings in Brașov, the Hirscher Haus. Nearby is the "Black Church" (Biserica Neagră), which some claim to be the largest Gothic style church in Southeastern Europe.
The cultural and religious importance of the Romanian church and school in Șchei is underlined by the generous donations received from more than thirty hospodars of Moldavia and Wallachia, as well as that from Elizabeth of Russia. In the 17th and 19th centuries, the Romanians in Șchei campaigned for national, political, and cultural rights, and were supported in their efforts by Romanians from all other provinces, as well as by the local Greek merchant community. In 1838 they established the first Romanian language newspaper Gazeta Transilvaniei and the first Romanian institutions of higher education (Școlile Centrale Greco-Ortodoxe - "The Greek-Orthodox Central Schools", today named after Andrei Șaguna). The Holy Roman Emperor and sovereign of Transylvania Joseph II awarded Romanians citizenship rights for a brief period during the latter decades of the 18th century.
General housekeeping must be done by the guests (dishes, kitchen basics but with automatic washing machine, restroom basic cleaning after each use and other small tasks) and the place must be kept clean.
No loud parties and no exaggerate alcohol. For the pets, they must be left in the courtyard. Smoking allowed only in front of the entry at the middle level covered terrasse.
No illegal products of any kind especially drugs (if it's the case the authorities will be acknowledged to take legal action immediately with our full involvement).
The main hall and the kitchen are not private but shared places with the others guests of the apartment and we the host we reserve our right to come at any time for cleaning and verification of the shared places of the apartment. All the apartment must be locked if no guests are present in any of the private and shared places (one of the room or the main hall or the kitchen or the restroom). The main gate of the courtyard must be always be closed by key.
We the host we have keys of every private and shared location and we reserved the right to access the private location with the guest presence and the shared locations without guest approval or presence and of course with common sense. All our guests must allow us to make a picture of an official ID (it's needed for our tax declarations).
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