Welcome to our private accommodation in Lübeck

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Lübeck is a "Free Reichstadt", which also likes to be called the "Queen of the Hanseatic League". Its location at the picturesque harbor on the Obertrave river colors this town, and even today the former power and wealth of the town is apparent: Behnhaus and Drägerhaus, two neighboring houses, where one can tour the late baroque interiors; the imposing Rathaus (city hall), that was described in a 19th century travelogue as a "fairytale in stone"; and the richly decorated Marienkirch (church), the building of which was begun around 1200, and despite the disruption of war still contains a 15th century Sacramental house.more

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Take a stroll through the Old Town, and don't miss a quick look into the idyllic back gardens, where one sees the so-called "Wohngänge", or "housing alleys", where, behind the high and wide houses of the rich, the narrow, twisting, crooked houses of the poor Lübeckers were hidden.

Lübeck retains most of its medieval city, and so was named by UNESCO in 1987 as "world culture heritage town". The present-day Lübeck is a pleasure. For example, a coffee at the "Niederegger" in the marketplace where one can sample the delicious, world-known marzipan in its native habitat.

Something special awaits the visitor during the traditional festivals and markets in Lübeck. In May there is a nostalgic market around the Rathaus (city hall), and in July the traditional Lübecker "Volks and Erinnerungsfest" (peoples' and memorial festival) on the Travemünder Allee which opens with a big parade through the city center, and in December artisans and handworkers take over the town.

The old town is surrounded like an island with waters from the Trave river. You can take a city tour by ship or plan a romantic trip by boat to the Ratzeburger Lake.
Contact Lübeck


bed & breakfast Lübeck
Heike Kuhn
Im Spich 51
40489 Düsseldorf

Tel.: +49 211 169 888 20
Fax: +49 211 169 888 21

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Office hours

Mon-Fri: 9.00 – 15.00


Single rooms from € 27,00 - from € 36,00
Double rooms from € 54,00 - from € 67,00
Apartments from € 34,00 - from € 82,00


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