A unique place where comfort and tradition meet!
While it is a listed building located in the historical centre of Kraków, the walls are completely new!
This is thanks to a comprehensive renovation, respecting the spirit of the place, and the new backyard building in the garden, erected in the place of a conservatory.
A lift, underfloor central heating, a hot water system and wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of gardens and backyards.
Frescoes, wrought iron railings, the plane tree (recognised as a natural monument) which can be seen from the windows, and sage-green doors and door frames are examples of carefully preserved or restored details of a 19th-century apartment building.
The apartment is on the second floor/third storey, with a view of gardens, including the Mehoffer Garden. The panoramic windows display the mesmerising beauty of nature and a play of light to give you a soothing feeling. From spring in bloom and lush green in summer to swirling plane-tree leaves in autumn and a Japanese-style view of leafless trees and snow in winter.
The sitting room, dining room and kitchen form a 30 m² open space that is pleasing to the eye. The (legal! electric) fireplace only complements the comfortable underfloor heating system hidden underneath the beautiful oak parquet flooring. Multimedia connections are recessed behind the painting and the blinds can be remote controlled even from across the globe.
The bedroom has a large, comfortable bed, a wardrobe and a hidden corner which can be turned into a closet, a meditation space or a great nook for a conference call.
The Market Square and the Wawel Castle are within walking distance and the backyard location means you can enjoy the peace and quiet in the city centre.
Krupnicza street, the foodie heaven in this part of the old Kraków, is just around the corner. From the classic Dynia Resto Bar, through Vegan AF Ramen and the food truck square to Mazaya Falafel, Mięta, Tektura, the coffee place, Pod Norenami and Stoccaggio Wine Bar & Shop. The names don’t ring a bell? It’s time to change it! The cherry on top is Cafe Lisboa with breath-taking Portuguese pastéis de nata and great coffee. Luckily, you can atone for all your caloric sins at the boutique fitness centre, Fitness Młyn, right next door!
Eager for more culture? Why not try Teatr Stary (Old Theatre), the Bagatela Theatre, the Philharmonic or the Mehoffer House Museum nearby?
Returning at dawn from the pubs and clubs of the Old Town or Kazimierz is not a problem either.
Easy access to the Central Station and, indirectly, the Balice Airport.
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