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The STUDIOLO – vacation apartment with 80 m2 in a half-timbered house from 1582
For up to three people aged twelve and over.
The owner of the Arnstadt Town House from 1720 to 1747 was Johann Christoph Olearius, theologian, historian and numismatist. Olearius wrote numerous books, including the Historia Arnstadtiensis. A numismatist and collector of rarities, he created a baroque chamber of curiosities, whose workrooms were called studiolo.
(price on request)
Space and light (1)
The STUDIOLO apartment consists on the one hand of a large room (plus bathroom), with a living, sleeping and working area with library and record player. Two high-quality boxsprint beds 210×180 cm provide a good night’s sleep, surrounded by historical furniture on real wooden floor.
Space and light (2)
The other half of the room consists of the kitchen and dining area. Both parts of the room are connected by an open passage. Twelve historic boxed windows provide light and sun from the east, south and west.
is equipped to a high standard and invites you to cook.
From the oven to the toaster
you will find what you need, incl. a good olive oil.
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The SEWING ROOM – loft apartment with 200 m2 in the factory building from 1904
For up to four people.
The first floor of the factory of today’s Stadthaus Arnstadt was the sewing room of the glove manufactory Julius Möller Arnstadt until 1991. Four-meter ceiling height and lighting through large windows from all sides allowed the seamstresses to work together.
Today this room, the largest of the Stadthaus Arnstadt, is multifunctionally dedicated to living, cooking and eating, meetings and workshops, art, music and literature.
A restored STEINWAY grand piano from 1917 can be used by skilled players. Also available are three historic painters easels.
The large bathroom will also be usable as a black and white laboratory with two enlargers up to 4X5 inch format.
A well equipped kitchen with a mobile cooking unit and a four-meter long table are available for the guests of the loft. However, the kitchen is also suitable for joint cooking in the context of meetings or targeted – incl. Cooking courses – to book for team building.
Living and sleeping in formerly industrially used rooms is a special experience.
The high-quality box-spring beds are modern, but they sit on the original magnesite screeds and between period windows and handcrafted brickwork.
The sewing room is for rent from a stay of one week. Price on request.