Cherbonhof is the 160-year-old manor house on the grounds of a former farm estate in Gaustadt, a neighbourhood in the city of Bamberg, west of the city centre. The historically listed building, erected in 1853, was thoroughly restored and converted into a number of apartments between 2001 and 2002. Our holiday apartment, which is approx. 70 m² (750 sq. feet) in size, is on the second floor and can accomodate up to four people. The apartment is non-smoking and pet-free.
You can get a good night’s sleep away from the bustle of the town centre, but still have everything close by: The centre of town is only a 15 minute walk away along the the river Regnitz. Even more convenient is the bus stop, only 3 minutes away, where the direct bus line 906 will take you into town.
You can easily do all your shopping on foot: It’s only about a 3 minute walk to the supermarkets Lild and Edeka. There is also a bakery at the Edeka which is open Monday to Saturday from 6:30 a.m.
There is a Rewe supermarket about 5 minutes away which also has a bakery and a butcher’s.
The first port of call for most visitors is Bamberg’s town centre. The old town is so well-preserved that UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 1993. There is lots to discover from the long history of the city, which spans more than a 1000 years. Still, modern Bamberg also has a lot to offer: There are many traditional little shops, but also festivals and other events all year round.
Just within the city limits, you will find nine breweries, each with their own guesthouse, and – in the summer – the outdor beer ‘cellars’ too.
If you like spending time outdoors, then you shouldn’t miss the chance to explore the countryside around Bamberg, be it on foot, by bike, or in a canoe: the region known as ‘Franconian Switzerland’ is easy to reach and offers trips of all lengths and difficulty levels.
The website of the Bavarian State Philharmonic, with programme and ticket sales.
The website of Bamberg’s E.T.A. Hoffmann Theatre, with its current plays, programme and ticket pre-ordering.
Shows, programme and ticket preordering for Bamberg’s marionette theatre, with a stage built in 1821.
nformation on Bamberg’s historical museum and the Ludwig Collection, as well as the city gallery at the Villa Dessauer.
Information on Bamberg’s natural history museum, with its permanent and special exhibitions, opening times, and ticket prices.
Programme for Bamberg’s sport, concert and entertainment arena. For basketball fans: this is where Bamberg’s incredibly successful basketball team the Brose Baskets play!
«Bamberg zaubert», a magic and cabaret street festival, has been thrilling visitors young and old for over 10 years.
The city’s own internet presence, where you will find an event calendar, but also addresses and links for tours and numerous restaurants, beer cellars and guesthouses.
Everything you need to know about Bamberg’s favourite drink.
Discover Bamberg and the surrounding area at its best with a bike tour!
Treatments and tourism in the Franconian spa town Bad Staffelstein, home to Bavaria’s warmest and strongest thermal saline springs.
The official homepage of Franconian Switzerland, with information on attractions, event, breweries and much more.
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Minimum booking: 2 nights
Our prices include all additional costs, cleaning, laundry and towels.
You will have access to the apartment from 2 p.m. on the day of your arrival, and check-out is at 11 a.m. on the day of your departure.
If you cancel or shorten your reservation, in writing, we will of course try to find other guests for the dates in question. If we are unable to do so, then the following conditions apply:
Take exit 14 off the A70 motorway (signed Bamberg-Hafen/Zentrum). Follow the by-pass towards Bischberg, and take a right after the bridge towards Gaustadt/Bischberg. At the junction, keep left for Gaustadt/Bamberg. Follow the main road through Gaustadt (Gaustadter Hauptstrasse) for approx. 1 km until you reach the Lidl supermarket, and then turn right after the pharmacy Am Cherbonhof, into the Cherbonhofstrasse. The Cherbonhof itself is about 100m up the road on the right. You can plan your route with Google Maps below.
Upon arriving at Bamberg station (where coaches also stop), take the city bus 902 towards ZOB (the central bus station). Change here and take the 906 (Gaustadt/Trosdorf/Bischberg) and alight at the stop Fabrikbau. Cherbonhofstrasse is on the other side of the main road, left as you cross the road. The Cherbonhof itself is about 100m up the road on the right. The journey takes about 17 minutes.
Telephone: +49 (0) 951 / 2 51 42 77
Mobile: +49 (0) 157 / 85 25 52 68