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Saturday, February 20, 2010
Stadtnest Bed and Breakfast - Vienna Austria
The Stadtnest Bed and Breakfast is located on the third floor of a late 19th / early 20th century old-town building (no elevator) close to the city centre. The Bed & Breakfast is part of the owner's private apartment, but has a separate entrance area. All rooms have been carefully renovated and newly decorated in 2004.
Like a typical Bed & Breakfast, Stdtnest offers you not only accommodations in our two pleasant private rooms, but also a full breakfast, plus a lot of personal information and service. Needless to mention that the rooms have all amenities and can be rented either for single or double occupancy.
There is a reading corner and a 24 hour free Internet access.
A full breakfast will be served each morning in the guest kitchen. All food and ingredients used are from organic farming, and some are home made. The innkeepers also use Fair Trade products.
After breakfast hours you may use the guest kitchen for preparing small meals for yourself. A number of supermarkets and grocery stores are in close vicinity of the B&B.
In the private guesthouse, families with kids are warmly welcomed. A baby bed, or small additional cot can be placed in your room.
You can also rent the whole Stadtnest as an appartment for 4 persons (plus a child and a baby). Please enquire for details.
Hello B&B Travelers -
I've been thinking about putting a blog up on ibbp.com for awhile. I started ibbp back in 1995 because I love staying at bed and breakfasts and traveling. Hotels are great, but I have found that B&Bs offer visitors a unique view of the location that they are exploring. When traveling to England, I found great pubs and historical sites that were not posted in the travel books. When traveling locally in the US, I have found the great local eateries and activities that may not be posted anywhere else. How about you? I'd love to hear your bed and breakfast experiences and any travel tips for locations that you have visited. Did you stumble upon a castle that many people would not know about? Did you visit a city that we might overlook? Let us know. I'll also post places I've visited and interesting sites that we all may overlook. Happy travels.