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Private room | 1 people
CAD 38 /night | CAD 243 /week
Darmstadt at Abderrahmane
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Nice separate room, 7 min to Darmstadt main station and 25 min to Frankfurt am Main Large bright room with double bed, wardrobe, writing area, private toilet and shower cubicle, kitchen with seating area on the 1st floor, 200 m to the nearest bus stop in the direction of Darmstadt the bus WX and G, 800 m to the train stop S3-Bahn (7 min to Darmstadt main station and 25 min to Frankfurt am Main city), shops nearby, supermarket, bakery, ice cream parlor, doner kebab, restaurant, pharmacy. We rent daily or weekly. Bed linen and towels are provided, kitchen is equipped. Internet Wifi included. Please contact us before booking. We are a young family with two small children, if you want information or tips about the city, we are happy to help.
Entire place | 10 people
CAD 729 /month
Waldsolms at Petra
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Living rooms for one and 2 person together like students near Frankfurt. With garden using too. A real sunplace and a very nice village for sport, jogging or enjoy. The trainstation to Frankfurt is in this village. Supermarket too. Beds and capbord stay in the room.
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