Nice suite located close to the old citadel. One room with double bed,spacious bathroom,small place with cofee machine and fridge,big dressing closet and plasma tv,cable tv and internet wi-fi.You will enjoy a very quiet place with a cozy terrace outdoor. Cutlery and glasses,water,cofee and beer are included. This location is adequate for couples or single travellers.Guests can not cook in the suite,is no kitchen included,but we have cutlery,plates and table for two.Supermarket Lidl is at 50 m
“Everything was great: easy check-in, safe place to park your car, cozy and stylish room, sparkling clean, quality crisp sheets and towells, dressing for longer stays, great selection of books to read. It is also a comfortable walk to the citadel, has a supermarket at less than 5 minutes away. We do recommend this place as a base for day trips throughout Transylvania. Thank you!”
I created this place as a home away from home. Come to enjoy a 19th century house at the footsteps of the fortress. Expect a quiet space with carefully chosen decorations to keep the fairy tale alive. Just be curious to explore the rest. The place is a perfect base for discovering Transylvania and its forgotten natural treasures
“Wow, such a wonderful experience to stay in this apartment! First, we were so touched by Alex, he simply made us feel we have a home, a real place to the heart in this city! The house was super clean and we loved so so much all the little details - the lights, the colours, such a beautiful energy. Thank you, thank you!”
This place is a wonderful cozy and quiet place, for anyone to enjoy. Located at around 10-12 minutes of walking from the citadel, this location is ideal for tourists who want to have a lovely relaxing time visiting the wonders of Sighisoara. We prefer hosting 2+ groups in the summer.
“A perfect cottage for those who want to visit Sighisoara quiet. I stayed there alone, but this house seems perfect for families or groups (large kitchen, beautiful terrace in the garden, large game room in the barn ...) The ladies who take care of this place do not speak English but nothing insurmountable”