Our Home in Budapest

The Great Market Hall in Budapest Hungary
The Great Market Hall - Budapest


When we are not living here our apartment rents out. I love the old feel of this home, the high ceilings the low windows. One of my favourite things is to sit in the window sill as I drink a cup of coffee in the mornings. The sounds of the rushing daily life carries to my window. I smell diesel fuel, hot pavement and bread at the same time. To me it smells of home.


Experience the pulse of Hungary’s heartland in the comfort of your own private & full amenity suite. The historic Walnut Apartment is centrally located in the heart of Budapest. The suite is simple and fresh, yet elegant with welcoming 14′ ceilings and grand 9′ French

doors. This little treasure is fully furnished including a kitchen and a bathroom with washer. Oversized bay windows brighten this home and light flows across the dining and living areas, court-yard and street views. With cable TV, dvd player and WiFi internet this 100-year-old building is ready for families or businessmen alike. Original moldings and hardwood floors add to its charm. Just blocks away from popular tourist sites, The Walnut Apartment is the perfect getaway for anyone whose curious to discover all Budapest has to offer.

There is so much to see in the neighborhood of The Walnut Apartment, including Europe’s biggest synagogue, Hungarian National Museum, the Tower of New York Palace, the historic Keleti Palyaudvar and of course, the Legendary Danube River. Shops, restaurants, and cafes line the borders of your block and the closest subway station is a 5 minute walk. Vaci Street (the “Champs Elysee” of Budapest) is only 15 minutes or two bus stops from all your shopping desires. Click here to see near by attractions and services.

Come stay with us at The Walnut Apartment by the night, week or the month.  We can accommodate up to six people at a time and are certain you will enjoy every moment of your stay.


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