In our timbered old city, stone houses are something very special. Kemenates are the eldest conserved middle-class houses of the city.
Within walking distance you find all places of interest in our city: the royal palace where German emperors lived and held court, the five stave churches and the Mönchehaus museum for modern art which – with its worldwide renowned prize of art, the “Kaiserring” (emperors’ ring) – is a must for art lovers.
In the Harz mountains nearby you can visit the wild Oker valley and various castles.
NEW: Dorothea-Borchers-Straße 1
Holiday Appartment Paul-Schultze-Naumburg-Haus (1928)
Located in the center of Goslar, lovingly furnished apartment in retro style offers 45 square meters for max. 4 people. In the bedroom with a double bed and living room with two more sleeping on the comfortable sofa bed that is also ideal as a cozy oasis to lounging and reading.
After a long day with countless impressions of the UNESCO World Heritage city, you can relax or watch TV in the living room, which is furnished with original pieces from the 20s and 50s e.g. a Rockola Jukebox from 1958. In our fully equipped kitchen, everything is there to cook your meals and take it at the dining table in the kitchen. From the window of the kitchen and the living room you can enjoy a magnificent view of the large park of the entrepreneur family Borchers, who has created the natural monument in the Baroque period .
The location of the apartment at the end of a cul de sac, provides calmful atmosphere. Nevertheless, attractions, restaurants, quaint pubs and shops are within easy reach in a few steps, a perfect mix between nocturnal calmness and vibrant in the old town.
For active guests, offers the adjacent rampart with approximately 6 miles green belt around the old town of Goslar, ideal for running - and walking opportunities.
Here, only about four minutes from the apartment, invites you two well-groomed boules (balls are in the apartment) to game. The historical “Zwingerturm” with the “Kahnteich”-lake provide an unforgettable setting for you. And also a children's playground is located nearby.
In the Dorothea Borchers Street, the heritage-protected houses built by architect Paul Schultze -Naumburg 1928. It is the time of the garden city idea and the first social worker settlements. The architect has here found a new connection to the once closely associated with the craft building traditions that have influenced later even Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe. Paul Schultze -Naumburg has created with his buildings something that today many architects fails: A Synthesis of Structure and Environment of house, landscape and history.