Accommodation 8

Our hosting family here lives idyllically in a beautiful house with garden and has always worked very closely with free beds berlin. Single and double rooms are available with use of the guest bathroom provided.

'Friedenau' is characterised amongst other things by the 'Rheinstrasse' as a popular shopping street. Along with its partially protected historic houses and gardens, the many small residential streets have a quiet character.

Public transport

Public transport links: Underground station 'Friedrich-Wilhelm-Platz' U9, bus 186, 187, 246, M48 and M85, S-Bahn station 'Friedenau' S1 S-Bahn 'Innsbrucker Platz' S45, S46, circle line

Nice to know

Non smoking / Family orientated / Breakfast included (vegetarian options available) / dog & cat / TV / Wi-Fi

Also worth knowing...

In the 19th Century some small and medium-sized industrial companies were established in 'Friedenau'. The watchmaker and jeweller Hans Lorenz, for example, founded his business in 1874 on Rheinstrasse 59, which is still operated there, now in its fifth generation. The Berlin museum of Clocks is now integrated in the jewellers. There you can admire the 'Berliner Friedensuhr'. The area of 'Friedenau' has always attracted artists, writers, scientists and politicians. In the nearby cemetery numerous famous personalities are buried such as the actress Marlene Dietrich, the photographer Helmut Newton and the poet Paul Zech. Also worth seeing is the 'Little Theatre' with its 99 seats.