This apartment is on the top floor and is named after one of the last Quedlinburg abbesses, a sister of the Prussian king Frederic the Great. She lived from 1739 to 1807. The apartment has a similar design as the apartment on the floor below. Its front windows offer a view towards the nearby castle hill with the collegiate church of St.Servatius.
The sleeping-room at the rear has access to a little roof-terrace, facing South. The bathroom with a full bath and shower lies in the middle, and there is a drawing-room facing the street, with access to the fully equipped kitchen. The over-all size of this apartment is 60 sq.metres and is conceived for two guests. A spacious bed-couch (160x200cm) in the drawing room can afford additional comfortable sleeping-space for two.
The basic daily rental for 2 persons is 63,- €.
Short Break up to 3 nights 220,-€ flat rate.
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The building “Carl-Ritter-Straße 15” in a central location has three guest-apartments on its upper floors, accessible through a separate entrance. The historic market is at a distance of only 200 metres.
Erected in half-timber in AD 1683, this house originally contained a white tannery. It has seen several extensions during ensuing centuries, making it an interesting and particular monument. At ground-level the house now accommodates a well-run little organic food-store.