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Cozy Bed n Breakfast in Visby
Rent this charming house with 8 beds in Visby, Gotland
Holiday Bed and Breakfast is located in a quiet alley in the center of Visby within the city walls at Klockgränd 3. Famous lively shopping streets just around the corner. The idyllic main building dates from the early 1900s.
We offer traditional BnB with individual room rental and breakfast. The cozy rooms in the main building are spread over two floors.
In addition, two rooms are located in a separate building on the upper floor. Available rooms weeks 24-33. All of the rooms are already booked for the week 27 and 32.
Breakfast is included as well as bed linen and towels. Final cleaning is included in the price.
MAIN BUILDING DOWNSTAIRS
Two double rooms. The rooms have shared shower/toilet in the hall.
MAIN BUILDING UPSTAIRS
One double room and one single room.
The rooms have shared shower/toilet with a window overlooking our garden and the sea.
Upstairs we have a common room available to all guests and balcony with astonishing view over the red rooftops of Visby and the Baltic Sea.
Our facility has a authentic cottage, ("Post and planc construction" from the mid-1700s) situated in the garden. Two smaller bedrooms with sloping ceilings offer cozy accommodation.
Combined common room-/kitchen is situated on the ground floor of the building as well as shared shower/toilet. Fully equipped kitchen. Minimum stay 3 nights. Bed linen and towels are included as well as WiFi.
PRICES 2020 ( SEK)
Double rooms: 1150-1200:-/night, twin beds or double bed
Double rooms as single rooms: 900-1000:-/night
Single room: 750:-/night
Children 0-2 years free of charge
Children aged 2-12, 400:-/night
Minimum stay 3 nights at 2200:-/night, up to four guests.
Sofa/extra bed provides sleeping space for additional guests á 400:-/night.
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