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CCA44 Október 6
Sleeps max: 6
Number of rooms: 3
Size: 86 m2
From: € 89.00
Address: Budapest, Október 6. utca
Floor: 3
Short description: This newly refurbished apartment has two well-equipped bedrooms with modern furniture, bigger room with balcony, a spacious living room with comfortable furniture and a fully equipped American-style kitchen with dining area. There is also a nice bathroom and a separated toilette.
Seasons Dates Rates
2011 /
2012
  Low 04. January - 31. March, 01. November - 17. December € 89.00 / 0  
  High 01. April - 31. October € 109.00 / 0  
  Peak 22. April 2011. - 25. April 2011., 22. July 2011. - 22. August 2011., 17. December 2011. - 03. January 2012. € 195.00 / 0  
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Full description:

General description:

This newly refurbished apartment has two well-equipped bedrooms with modern furniture, bigger room with balcony, a spacious living room with comfortable furniture and a fully equipped American-style kitchen with dining area. There is also a nice bathroom and a separated toilette.

 

Area:

Október 6. Street has good berth as The Hungarian Parliament and Kossuth Lajos Square are only 5 minutes walking far. The marvellous Szabadság Square is 2 minutes away which has a beautiful park, in the centre there is a pleasant Coffee Shop and it’s surrounded by commercial apartments and office buildings. Chain Bridge is the closest that leads you to the funicular railway or Buda Castle and its surroundings (Sándor Palace, the Royal Palace or the History Museum of Budapest).

 

Facilities:

Entrance & Kitchen & Dining area: mirrors, door mat, coat hanger, kitchen is full equipped with fridge, electric kettle, gas oven, microwave, drain for dishes, canteen of cutlery, dishes, plates, various glasses, dining table (with 4 chairs), shelves (4p), standing lamp, small table, sofa, telephone

Living room: TV (with shelf), sofas (2p), coffee table, small table with lamp, standing lamp, wardrobe, book shelf, carpet, laundry basket, commode

Bedroom 1 (smaller): double size bed, night table with lamp, working desk with chair and lamp, wardrobe, book shelf, commode, hangers, laundry basket,

Bedroom 2 (with balcony): double size bed, working desk with chair and lamp, laundry basket, commode, wardrobe, book shelf, night table with lamp

Bathroom: bath tub, sink, shelf with mirror (2p), towels holder, toilette, cleaning set, washing machine

Toilette (separated): toilette, mirror, sink

Others: beddings (blankets, pillows, covers, sheets, towels), iron, iron board, vacuum cleaner, ladder, cleaning set, ventilator

 

Transport:

From Október 6. Street you have many travelling options to choose from. 10 minutes walking and you catch Metro 2 (red line) as well as Metro 1 (yellow line) at Deák Ferenc Sqr. Arany János Str. station is the closest for Metro 3 (blue line). Bus 15 and 115 go on Október 6. Str. (coming from South Pest via Lehel Sqr.), bus 105 runs on József Attila Str. and leads you to North Pest or in the other way to Buda side. Night buses stop around the flat mostly at Arany János station like bus 914 (night version of tram 14) as well as bus 950 (via North Pest) and 931 (from North Buda via East Pest).

 


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