Essener Hof

You can easily access this apartment via elevator or staircase on the 1st floor of the Hostertsgasse building. The apartment is spacious and because of carefully selected materials and no pet access also well suited for allergic guests. 

Bathroom: Daylight, barrier-free, spacious shower area, illuminated cosmetic mirror, 

Kitchen: fridge/freezer, ceran stove top, oven, microwave, exhaust hood, dishwasher, coffee machine and toaster. 

Living room / Dining Area: dinner table, leather couches, 4K Smart TV, CD / DVD / radio, highspeed internet access. 

Bedroom: Box-spring bed 1,80m X 2,00m, closet and bedside table


files/amsteinfelderhof/redaktion/apartment-lilie.png Size: 76 sqm
files/amsteinfelderhof/redaktion/apartment-lilie.png Occupancy: 2 People
files/amsteinfelderhof/redaktion/apartment-lilie.png Bedroom: 1 bedroom - 2 beds

Price for occupany with 2 people:
2018 -90 EUR
2019 -98 EUR 
20 EUR surcharge for each additional person 

Price valid when booking a week

Services Included: bathroom towels, kitchen towels, bed sheets, highspeed internet, parking. All guests may use washing machine, dryer, flat iron and ironing board, which are at our guests' disposal in our utility room. 



Floor Plan

Floor Plan Apartment "Essener Hof"
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History: "Essener Hof"

The Essener Hof, located in today’s Ahrhutstraße, was a manor of the „Frauenstift“ Essen, which existed from approximately 845 until 1803. The manor was also property of the „Reichsfürst“ (empire ruler) in the holy roman empire.

The Essener Hof belonged to the smaller abbey manors of our city at that time and was a feud of the abbey of Prüm. It consisted of a main house, yard, celter house and 2 vineyards.

For some time, the burgraves of Rheineck were the reeves of the Ahrweiler Hof.

The real meaning of the Essener Hof seemed to got lost in the 17th century, as in the housing registry of 1660 only two houses still were denoted as property of the Frauenstift of Essen.

It is to assume that the Essener Hof was already disassembled at that point in time, as the city map of 1775 already specifies the Essener Hof as private property. We do not know however, when and how the change of the ownership took place.