Enjoying a historic and modern atmosphere.The red bandana was the “Kiepenkerl’s” trademark. One of our apartments is named after him and features a number of tastefully positioned elements in red to honor his importance to the city. The apartment offers a living area with a sofa bed, a large closet, a dining area, a fully furnished kitchenette, an open bedroom with a double bed, a modern bathroom with a floor-level shower as well as a separate toilet.
Cooking in a relaxed atmosphereAfter spending an exciting day at the Prinzipalmarkt or a relaxing few hours at the Aasee, the modern kitchen and dining area in your apartment is the perfect place to enjoy all those great memories of the day over a home-cooked meal. The kitchen is equipped with a stove with a baking oven, microwave function and hood, a refrigerator with freezer as well as a dishwasher. There’s also a Nespresso machine with hand filter, an electric kettle and a toaster. A coffee machine is available upon request. Of course, you’ll also find herbs and a sufficient amount of tableware.
Open-plan rooms that make you feel at easeWind down from the rigors of the day and relax in the spacious living area. Plop down on the sofa, which is big enough to accommodate two people when converted into a bed, and use this cozy space to plan your activities for the next day. The floor-to-ceiling closet offers enough room for all the clothes you have packed for your adventures.
A bathroom for relaxationThe apartment features a modern bathroom with a floor-level shower and separate toilet. Personal care products and towels are provided for you.
Bedroom with eye-catcherRecharge your batteries for the following day in the open bedroom, which is furnished with a double bed, a desk and black-out curtains. One highlight is the elegant wallpaper at the head of the bed. Bedlinen is available for you for the duration of your stay.
Stove with baking oven
Refrigerator with freezer
Nespresso machine with hand filter
(Coffee machine upon request)
Towels and bedlinen
Crib upon request, no surcharge
High chair upon request, no surcharge
- Flatscreen TV
- Electric kettle
- Kitchen hood
- Smoke detector
- Hair dryer
- Cosmetic products
- Kitchen towels
- Blackout curtains
- Shared washing machine with dryer for general use
- Fresh fruit upon request
- Coffee and tea, cutlery, tableware, etc.
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The “Kiepenkerl” of Münster
A red bandana, blue jacket, sturdy shoes and a “Kiepe,” a basket made of wood and wickerwork that he carries on his back – the “Kiepenkerl” was an unmistakable and instantly recognizable sight for people from the Sauerland region in the western part of Germany to Hamburg all the way in the north. He was a traveling merchant who not only sold food but also brought news. Back in 1896, a monument at the Spiekerhof was erected to the "Kiepker," as the "Kiepenkerl" is called in the Münster region.
To this day, people living in the Münster region keep the memory of this famous figure alive: One city district and a number of restaurants were named after the Kiepenkerl. Meet the “Kiepenkerl” at the Mühlenhof open-air museum or on a guided city tour.