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We invite you to stay in one of our restored historic buildings in our unique historic town, the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage City of Quedlinburg – in a central region of Germany’s Old Saxony – situated between the cities of Hannover, Berlin, and Leipzig and cuddled in the North-Eastern foot-hills of the Harz Mountains.
Our holiday apartments are designed for leisurely comfort. The materials used for restoring the historic fabric of their buildings were selected carefully for creating a healthy ambiance, with positive effects on your well-being.
Quedlinburg with its 26.000 inhabitants is one of Germany’s typical small towns. But it is also unique: it is protected and listed by UNESCO as part of the World Cultural Heritage. Quedlinburg’s priceless architectural treasure testifies to centuries of European history - from the beginnings in the 10th century of the first German first royal, then imperial dynasty of the Ottonians right up to Quedlinburg’s modern-time development as a world centre of plant-breeding, vegetable and flower production in the 19th, and as the seat of two of the world’s leading institutions of agricultural research in our time. For more than 800 years the feudal Quedlinburg principality was ruled by women - as a well-endowed imperial institution devoted to the education of young ladies from the higher aristocracy until it was eventually incorporated by the kingdom of Prussia. It now is one of the four UNESCO cultural heritage sites located in the state of Saxony-Anhalt forming part of the Federal Republic of Germany.
After Germany’s re-unification in 1989, great efforts have been made to restore and reanimate Quedlinburg’s urban fabric. A cobblestone-paved mediaeval street-grid and its legacy of half-timbered architecture make up the Old Town and inspire townspeople and visitors alike. The original timber-and-clay houses have been largely preserved - the oldest date from the 13th century. There are nearly 1.500 historic buildings, and most of them are still in use.They were built in styles belonging to succeeding generations of architectural history. Strolls through Quedlinburg’s mediaeval lanes and streets reveal a fascinating wealth of constructive and decorative detail.