Tasteful ambienceMünster has been a diocese since 800 AD. What better reason to name one of our apartments after St. Lambert, or St. Lamberti, the church on the north side of the Prinzipalmarkt, and to add touches of purple, the color worn by bishops? In addition to a kitchenette, “Lamberti” has an eating area with seating for up to four people and a living room with a desk, chair, and sofa bed. The open sleeping area features a comfortable double bed and a large closet. The modern bathroom has a toilet and a floor-level shower. The apartment is accessed via a separate entrance on the patio, which also has seating for three people.
A heavenly feastYou can easily spend an entire day in Münster’s churches. At the end of a long day of sightseeing, the fully equipped kitchenette has everything you need to prepare a heavenly meal: a stove with a baking oven, microwave function and hood, a refrigerator with freezer, a dishwasher, and a Nespresso machine with hand filter. A coffee machine is available upon request. Herbs and spices, cutlery, an electric kettle, and a toaster are also provided. The cozy seating area for up to four people is the perfect place to end the day.
Relax in purpleA sofa bed that sleeps two extra people and a sofa armchair allow you and your party to see out the day in comfort. Who knows, maybe you’ll hear the horn of St. Lambert’s towerkeeper?
Modern atmosphere.Black tiles and purple highlights create a very special feel: a toilet and floor-level shower are located in the modern bathroom. Towels and personal care products are provided for you.
Oasis of tranquilityFind peace in the open sleeping area and recharge your batteries – perhaps in preparation for a walk along the Promenade or the Salzstrasse. The sleeping area features a comfortable double bed and a large closet.
Linger awhile and relaxThe cozy seating on the patio is the perfect place to put your feet up and look back on the day. And what's more: the apartment is accessed via a separate entrance on the patio.
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
- Kitchen towels
- Fresh fruit upon request
- Coffee and tea, cutlery, tableware, etc.
- Hair dryer
- Cosmetic products
- Blackout curtains
- Shared washing machine with dryer for general use
Dogs may be brought by arrangement for an extra charge of 35,- €.
3D tour and details
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St. Lambert – the church on Münster’s market square
Three cages hang from its tower, lights burning inside them in the evening. The “Drei Irrlichter” (Three Will-o’-the-Wisps) project, an art installation by Lothar Baumgarten, recalls the three leaders of the Anabaptist rebellion in Münster who were executed in the 15th and 16th century. St. Lambert is also home to Martje Thalmann, the towerkeeper. Martje took on the role in 2014. Every night (apart from Tuesdays) she “toots” the tower horn every hour and half-hour from 9 pm to midnight. Definitely worth a visit!