Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 90 nights
Bluebells & Sunflowers is listed in affiliation with Plum Guide.
With its bold colour scheme, Sunflowers & Bluebells is effortlessly chic. The kind of home that sets the framework for a wonderful stay. Found inside an Altbau, it’s a unique home – and the view from the rooftop is the stuff our dreams are made of. Conveniently located in Prenzlauer Berg, it’s close to vibrant Mauerpark and a lot of the cool restaurants, bars and cafes that are always at the top of every foodie must-visit list when in Berlin.
Inside, the apartment uses fantastic colour schemes and lots of natural light making the fabulous open-plan living space ideal for socialising with your loved ones. Get comfy on the big sofas with a glass of wine discussing the day's adventures or enjoy breakfast sat around the dining table plotting the day ahead. The living space also has a log burner to keep you nice and warm when the weather's cool.
The kitchenette is nicely equipped for rustling up breakfast, lunch and dinner, though with so many lovely restaurants nearby, you'll be forgiven for heading out to eat each day.
The two double bedrooms use similar bold colour choices and they both offer a great night's sleep. The third bedroom features a pull-out sofa bed for two. Guests have access to two bathrooms, one with a bath and the other with a shower, offering nice flexibility. There's even a workstation for anyone who needs to catch up on their emails throughout their stay.
Be sure to pop up to the rooftop and take in the views across the rooftops of this fantastic city.
As Berlin’s epicentre of all things family-oriented, Prenzlauer Berg is a popular spot if you are looking for a neighbourhood with character and liveliness mixed with peaceful, tree-lined streets and pre-war buildings. Bearing associations to counterculture when it was an East Berlin district, the neighbourhood has since experienced rapid gentrification going from a gritty, un-kept neighbourhood with grey facades and empty apartments to a hipster-turned-parent mecca with a thriving health food scene, tonnes of playgrounds, green parks, and child-friendly cafés.
Much of the former street culture that used to be an integral part of Prenzlauer Berg life is still around, albeit in more polished versions in the shape of street art and cultural initiatives like the former brewery-complex-turned-cultural centre, KulturBrauerei. Prenzlauer Berg is also home to a fair share of concept stores, small boutique shops and some casual nightlife that’s enriched by students living in the area.
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