This is a loft apt, 75 m2 with 2 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and living room that has a unique niche with a queen size bed as well as a pull out sofa. Internet access, radio, full kitchen use including washing machine. Apartment is on the second floor of an old, historical building (over 140 years' old) which belonged to a famous Wieczysty family. The building is being succesively renovated by the comunity of owners, so you may see there a mix of old and new segments.
Living room - pull out sofa and a unique niche with a queen size bed available to you, as seen in pictures.
Bedroom 1 - One Queen size bed that can be folded into a twin, desk, and large closet space
Bedroom 2- Twin Bed, LOTS of closet and storage space
Full use of the kitchen, washing machine and bathroom with a bathtub and shower.
All Parts Accessible if three or more people. If only 1 or 2 people, one bedroom will be closed for storage. The back yard, recently renovated, can be used by all guests.
Interazione con gli ospiti
We will be able to guide you and help you with all your needs. Fully equipped kitchen at your disposal.
Altre cose da evidenziare
The apartment is located at the Plac Bohaterow Getta, Old Jewish Quarter. The Schindler Museum is very near. The tram/ bus stop is about 300 m from the apartment with the Main Square just few stops away.Leaving from the same place, you can take public transportation to the famous Wieliczka Salt Mine.
No smoking in the apartment, please. However, smoking is allowed outside in the back yard. Please either buy your own groceries or for an extra charge ask me to stock the fridge.
Treat the place as if it was your mother' s or grandmother's
We are an international family who moved to Poland after living in the United States for 17 years. We are made up of an American musician who enjoys arranging music and flying planes, a Polish musician and language enthusiast who loves books, travel and adventure, an 18 year old college student and an 11 year old aspiring musician and engineer. Collectively we bond over sci-fi movies and debating skills. Amongst the four of us we speak English, Polish, Spanish, French, Hungarian, Russian, Ukrainian, and German. We have an apartment in Krakow that we use occasionally and we would love to share it with you!
Our most memorable vacation has been to Peru, and we all would love the chance to go back, but we're too motivated to see more of the world.
-The Croom family