If you wish to discover the beauties of Prague and have the experience of a local citizen, our apartment is the place you were looking for. You will stay in a historic building in the heart of the Old Town and can reach all the sights by foot.
We think that the best way of learning about a new place is through the experience of local people. That is, essentially, what we offer with our apartment. We have lived there until an opportunity for studying abroad came around, and we are planning to move back in a couple of years. Until then, we come back from time to time to visit our friends and relatives and to enjoy the city, and we offer the apartment for the use of those eager to discover the beauties of Prague.
The apartment is located on the second floor (two flights of stairs).
There are two places to sleep in our apartment. The double bed is on a deck in the main room (the living area with a dining table and a kitchen). The windows of this room are facing to Havelská street with the market. If you open the windows during daytime, you will hear the sounds of the market, but if you close the windows, they nicely block the noise. Two detached beds are located in a separate room with windows facing towards the internal balconies in the internal side of the house.
Accès des voyageurs
Our guests will have access to all necessities of an ordinary household. The kitchen is fully equipped with a dishwasher and all you need for cooking, baking and dining. If you are a coffee lover, you can either use our espresso machine (with freshly grounded coffee beans, makes late and cappucino too) or our italian mocca kettle. In the bathroom, you will find a washing machine and a hair dryer. All washing liquids are available for use, as well as shower gels, shampoos and conditioners, and a toothpaste. In front of the flat, on the internal balconies, you will find a small table with a couple of chairs that will accommodate you if you want to have coffee and breakfast outside, or if you are a smoker.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We usually stay in Portsmouth (where Eva works on her PhD and Tomas works at the University), but we are available online or on the phone nearly all the time. If you have any problems from getting lost on the way to our place, any issues in our apartment, or if you just need some advice, just send us a message on Aribnb or give us a call and we'll try to help as soon as possible.
Kitchen – our guests will find a wide variety of teas and coffee that they can use. Usually there is also some porridge, raisins and nuts for breakfast.
Bathroom – there is floor heating in the bathroom that runs between 7 - 9am and 9 – 11pm during the week days, and 8 – 10am and 10 – 12pm on Fridays and during the weekend (it can be switched on at any time).
Check-in/check-out times can be flexible.
It is a cultural habit in our country to change shoes when entering the house/apartment (we provide our guests with clean sleepers). We ask especially guests who wear shoes with black soles to change their shoes in order to protect our old but newly-renovated pale wooden floor from stains.
The general residential noise restrictions indicate that noise should be regulated between 10pm and 8am.
Our apartment is not appropriate for parties, as is indicated in the general description.
If you want to dispose of trash, we provide three separate bins - one large for general waste, and two smaller for paper and plastic. All paper wrappings, cartons and 'clean' paper (no used napkins or oily cartons) can go to the bin for paper. All plastic wrappings and bottles (including yogurt cups) can go to the bin for plastic. In the ground floor of the house, there are four types of bins: yellow for plastic, blue for paper, green for glass (any bottles with lids), and large black for general waste.
Being responsible to our city and country we live in, we adhere to all rules that apply to our accommodation. We pay tourist tax for you (already included in the price of accommodation) and as it is required by city municipality and police, we will need to send them details of your passport/visa number and other details.
À partir du 30 décembre 2017 - 2 janvier 2018, la durée minimum de séjour est de 3 nuits.