Bed and Breakfast Zeevat

Address: Feldbergstrasse, nr. 2, Munich, Bavaria, 81825, Germany | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Trudering - Riem area of Munich, is near Sandemans New Munich Free Tour, Kultfabrik, Stuck Villa (Jugendstil Museum), and Prinzregententheater.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Bed and Breakfast Zeevat Munich

      Hermosa estadía

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      El Zeevat´s B&B es excelente. La casa esta ubicada en un barrio muy lindo. Bien ubicada, hay parada de autobús en la puerta por lo que es muy sencillo y rápido llegar al centro de Munich.

      Las habitaciones están muy bien equipadas y son cómodas. El desayuno es excelente.

      Fátima y Jan son muy agradables. Mi familia y yo pasamos una muy linda estadía allí. Esperamos tener la posibilidad de repetirla.

      Además tienen dos perros adorables.

      Es muy recomedabe. Disfrútenlo!!!!!

      Familia Gallo

      At Home in Munich...

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      My sister and I were trying to find last-minute lodging in Munich, and were thrilled to find Zeevat's! We got so much more than what we were looking for! The hosts were so friendly, the breakfasts were simply delicious and plentiful, and the rooms comfortable.

      We felt so at home there. Very free to come and go as we liked. Never felt like we were imposing, even though we were staying in someone's home. Jan and Fatima always had time to talk or give advice and information about things to do and how to get where, and all that.

      The bus stop is literally right outside their door. Very convenient to get to the city. The neighborhood was a quiet one, and after staying in cities for 3 weeks, that was a bonus for us!

      We had an early flight from Munich, and public transportation wouldn't have gotten us there in time, so Jan was kind enough to take us to the airport, even though it meant leaving at 4:00 am. Talk about going the second mile!

      We would definitely stay there again! Absolutely no complaints!

      Zeevat's was great

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      Nice rooms, excellent breakfast. Friendly hosts who were helpful and always had time to converse. On the bus route, easy to get around Munich. Great value for the Euro.

      Warm Hospitality

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      From the moment we booked our reservation, we new we had chosen the right B&B. During our first email, I mentioned that we would be arriving after 9:00pm. Fatima wrote back that it would not be a problem and what would we like for breakfast.

      When we arrived late the first night, Fatima and Jan invited us into their living room. The room was an entire upper floor to ourselves, which looked exactly as it appears on the web site. We could come and go as we pleased and were always invited to sit with our hosts.

      Breakfast was more than anyone could eat in a week. Our only problem was that we were only staying for four days. Not enough time with gracious hosts like Fatima and Jan.

      Al & Maria

      Manchester, NH

      Feel like at home

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      We spent 4 days at Zeevat's Bed & Breakfast, and i just can say we felt like at home. First day we were surprised with a very warm welcome, and treated like family.

      The house is good, the penthouse is really spectacular, big and confortable, with tv, minibar, sofa, magazines...has a nice garden. The house is very clean, confortable beds, good temperature, and we felt liberty to go in and out.

      Its located close to the city (about 10 minutes in car), in a very quiet and beautiful district, where you can have lunch and a beer too. Its a very known district, Its easy to find even if you dont know munich.

      The owners are very nice and friendly, they helped us about what to do and go in munich. Another advantage, they speak many languages.

      The breakfast is very complete! More than you can eat!

      I think its cheap. 100% recommendable.

      I would go back if I have the chance.

      we loved munich and those days!!!!

      Loved it!

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      Last summer two Dutch students and me (Dutch journalism student) stayed a while at Zeevat's Bed & Breakfast. And I still can honestly say we loved it! The food, service, location, people and dogs were superb! Jan and Fatima always were able to answer are questions and were always there to help us. And besides the great service, they made us feel like home!

      Hervorragende Gastfreundschaft

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      Wer es gerne familiär hat, ist hier gut aufgehoben. Nach einer langen Anreise wird man hier herzlich willkommen geheissen und fühlt sich gerade zuhause. Es ist ein grosser Unterschied, ob man ein anonymer Gast in einem Hotel ist oder bei einer Familie sein kann, die interessiert ist an einer Beziehungsaufnahme. Es waren angenehme, schöne Tage in München bei Jan und Fatima. Kein Wunsch blieb unerfüllt und die liebevolle, warmherzige Art der beiden steigert schon die Vorfreude auf meinen nächsten München-Besuch. Vielen Dank für alles!

      Simply loved the warmth, hospitality & fab. food!

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      I remember reaching their home one night in May, 2006. The fact that they welcomed us 2 their home & made our children, my husband & me feel relaxed almost immediately, says much about them & their warmth, What touched us the most was, how well they cared for us when the children & I were indisposed...whipping up a great lunch which was not included in the meal plan. Greatly enjoyed talking 2 both our hosts Jan & Fatima & will always treasure our last eve. when they invited a few friends o'er wine & simply delightful lasagne! Still hoping Fatima would share the recipe with me some day!! We had such a super time staying with them, that we prolonged our stay by a day & it was well worth it. Thank u so very much for a lovely stay which am sure, my family & i will cherish. Hope 2 b back some day..until then, happy memories...

      A highlight of our trip to Germany

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      We could not fault this place - a lovely, warm family atmosphere, absolutely charming hosts - who also happen to be football fans!! So we were thrilled, as we were visiting Germany during the World Cup, to find that at the end of every day we could sit down and watch the football with Jan and Fatima and discuss all aspects of the game. It was a special treat for us on the day of the Australia-Brazil game (us being Aussies and Fatima being Brazilian) to share some friendly rivalry. The accommodation is beautiful, comfortable and clean, the breakfasts are superb. We found it very easy to get into the city with convenient transport right at the front door. Our kids (aged 9 and 13) had a great time playing with Jan & Fatima's gorgeous dogs who are so well behaved and gentle. We'll definitely be going back there when we next visit Munich.

      GREAT B&B in Munich

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      I stumbled on this gem of a B&B when I was looking for accomodation during Oktoberfest. It is one of my favorite places to stay in Europe - the quality of the accomodation is excellent and the price is very reasonable. It's not in the city center, but it's easily accessible by both the S & U lines and the bus stop is literally across the street. It's more than worth the short trip, if only for the breakfast, which is ridiculously good and plentiful: fresh baked bread, warm croissants, meat, cheese, fruit, eggs, granola, etc. (it goes on and on...). The rooms are also nice, clean, and spacious. It definitely beats most hotels in size and quality - phenomenal breakfast, fresh soft towels, small TV, and a small refrigerator (they even stocked it with fresh fruit and drinks!).

      Jan & Fatima (the owners) are very kind, generous, and energetic - truly great people. (They even helped us search for restaurants and order Chinese food when we were too tired to go out and ensured breakfast accomodated our tastes & schedules.) I was pampered for the weekend, and highly recommend you spoil yourself on your next trip to Munich (before Jan & Fatima realize they can charge a lot more for such service)! :)

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