Spacious and beautiful room in 140 m2 living space offering a completely unique and relaxing atmosphere. The boat is centrally located between airport Tegel and Hauptbahnhof. It is close to the S Bahn Ring which surrounds the city, so you are close to all of the cities main attractions.
This is a great space for anyone who loves the Unusual...art lovers, guests of Messe Berlin, or Berlin tourists. This listing is for the main guest bedroom, an additional room is available on request.
The large houseboat has three bedrooms, a big living room / kitchen and two outdoor decks for summer lounging. The spacious bedroom is furnished with a Zanzibar bed and other antique furniture, the wood oven can be used in addition to the central heating and creates a cozy and romantic atmosphere in the winter. The huge shared living room / kitchen is bright and comfortable with a big skylight. You can relax on the big built-in sofa with a beautiful view over the water and enjoy a breakfast watching the water birds.
Private bedroom with access to the shared bathroom, living room, kitchen and the outdoor spaces. Because the boat is very spacious, it does not feel crowded even with several people staying. I do not accept more than one guest / couple at any given time.
Общение с гостями
I live on the boat most of the year and am available to help with logistics of getting around the city and any other questions that may arise. I work during the day and like to give my guests their private space.
Другие важные подробности
There is a cat which lives on the boat. The access is via a narrow bridge which leads over the water. Sometime passing ships can cause the boat to sway slightly.
- Children are welcome but they should be old enough to be able to swim. The place is not suitable for toddlers and safety would become an issue.
- All guests will be required to sign a liability waiver for them and their belongings before arrival. This is for legal protection only. There is nothing dangerous about the boat but it is on the water and it is theoretically possible to drop things when moving on and off.
I am a German citizen who has spent most of her life abroad. After 15 years in Tanzania I moved to Berlin in July 2016 and enjoy sharing my unique home with people from all over the world. I am a quiet adventurer who loves all things beautiful, enjoys a good conversation, cooking, reading books, music, art, gardening and world travel.