The apartment is on the 2nd floor of a stately half-timbered house in Gernrode, a district of Quedlinburg. The appealing look of the house continues on the inside. The apartment impresses with its first-class decor with tastefully coordinated colours. The location on the northern edge of the Harz is very popular with nature lovers. Both hikers and cyclists will find suitable tours to satisfy every demand. An extensive network of trails leads through the breathtaking nature, for example, the Selketalstieg or the Harz monastery hiking trail. Train enthusiasts can explore the area directly from Quedlinburg with the Harz narrow-gauge railway, which goes for over 140 kilometres. The varied Harz region offers nature lovers and culture enthusiasts a colourful mixture of touristic and historical highlights: The Brocken mountain, the UNESCO World Heritage city of Quedlinburg and other medieval towns, Hexentanzplatz Thale, Bodetal valley, reservoirs, leisure pools, caves, mines, glassmaking company, pyramid cake factory, Germany's smallest wooden bridge, the largest cuckoo clock, palaces and castles, hiking trails, zoos and much more.