VacationRentals.com is part of the HomeAway family, the world leader in vacation rentals with over 1 million listings. We offer the largest selection of properties for any travel occasion and every budget. We're committed to helping families and friends find a perfect vacation rental to create unforgettable travel experiences together.
We stayed for Christmas and it was perfect. The living dining/area was big enough about 10 people and a Christmas tree (bought for the Christmas market around the corner). The hosts had decorated it for Christmas and left us a small gift.
The kitchen was adequate with a decent sized refrigerator and small dishwasher.
The bedroom and bath are up one flight of stairs. The loft is another flight up. This would not be a good rental for anyone with mobility issues. The bathroom was fairly large.
The wifi was good.
The home is simply charming and the location, behind the National Theater and less than a block form one of the marketplaces, is wonderful. There is grocery around the block and many restaurants nearby.
Hosts were very responsive via email.
Thank you--this gave us wonderful Christmas memories!
This apartment was a great place for us to see much of eastern Germany. The owner was very friendly and helpful. Even though he and his wife speak little English, he has a friend to call to do any needed translating. The apartment is spacious, except for the small kitchen. The room with the toilet and the room with the bathtub/shower are separate, which helps with a large family. We used the owner's washing machine in the basement (his wife showed us how to operate the German controls). The dryer is a clothesline in the backyard, but the clothes dried very quickly outdoors during our stay in June. There is a grocery store about 4 blocks away (be aware that no grocery stores are open on Sunday), and a bakery 3 blocks away. Weimar is a lovely, historic town with much to see. The apartment is about a 15-minute walk from the train station and a 20-minute walk from Weimar city center. We made day trips by train to Berlin, Leipzig, Eisenach, Erfurt and Jena. We also took day trips by bus to Buchenwald (former concentration camp), Heichelheim (Thuringian Dumpling Museum), Apolda (lovely town with bell museum) and Kappellendorf (impressive castle with a moat). Most people we encountered in the area spoke little English, but they were friendly and helpful, and we were able to figure out how to do what we wanted to do. This apartment was just what we hoped it would be.