Nice, cozy room with separate WC. The bathroom is shared. On request, the kitchen and the living room can be shared. In good weather you can enjoy the garden. The property is only 13 minutes by train from the SBB Basel train station (15 minutes by car). From Duggingen you are in the middle of nature, yet close to the city. Also Bern, Zurich or Lucerne are only about 1 hour's drive away.
“I didn't personally meet Sabrina because she wasn't there the night I slept there, but she made everything possible for a perfect stay! The place is super cozy and calm because there's nature around. The position is super good, only 15 minutes from Basel city. I had the chance to meet Sabrina's dog Nala, that was soo sweet and friendly and made the stay so fun. Definetly will come again if I have to go to Basel in the Future. Thanks for everything.”
We rent a spacious and cosy studio (25 m2) with own toilet and shower. It is located in the basement but has daylight. It's an new building (2013). Quiet area on the edge of Reinach. Next bus/tram stop 300/600 m away (approx. 25 minutes to Basel).
“My stay in Michel's apartment was just great! The apartment was very clean and comfortable, the arrival worked smoothly and Michel was very responsive all the time. I stayed on a Saturday and breakfast was included on Sunday morning, when I had the chance to meet Michel, his wife Corinne and their lovely children. They were really nice and attentive to me, gave me a lot of really good and useful recommendations, maps and leaflets about the main attractions of the area. They even were kind enough to give a ride to my next accommodation in a nearby village! They were very nice people, it was my pleasure to meet them! Thank you so much for everything, Michel and Corinne!”
Quiet, non-smoking accommodation near Goetheanum The studio has a kitchenette and a separate bathroom (WC / shower); own entrance Shared use of the garden 2 minutes to the local bus 10 minutes by suburban train to Basel Restaurant and supermarket 5 min.
“A well-equipped, warm space that was sparkling clean and close to the Goetheanum. Thanks Irene!”