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Reply VaRiZXRqZ
10:19 AM on July 4, 2017 
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Reply Tony Yip
4:40 PM on August 13, 2011 

I stayed in John and Dave's flat from May to August 2011, for three months in total. The flat is tastefully decorated and fully equipped. The location is central: The flat is very close to major tram/metro/bus lines, and most tourist attractions and restaurants and bars are within walking distance. The tram lines 4/6, running around the clock, both have a stop just a stone's throw away from the flat. The convenience store in the same building is even open 24 hours. The flat is really impeccable. I must also add that John and Dave were very easy-going and generous. Thank you, John and Dave, a lot for letting me stay.

Reply suensteve
12:34 PM on May 13, 2011 

We had a great time. The apartment's fabulous, has everything you could need and is in a great location for exploring Budapest. There are lots of places to eat nearby, too. And we loved the market at the back of Rakoczi Ter.

Thanks for all the written advice it was really helpful and the taxi you suggested to and from the airport worked well too - no delays or waiting around, Peter was waiting for us each way.

In all a good short break. Thanks for letting us stay. Sue & Steve

Reply Julien
8:08 AM on April 7, 2011 

I stayed here for one full month, and the place is absolutely perfect. I really felt like home. I will def come back here during my next stay in Budapest. As all the other comments are fully right, I have nothing more to add :)

Reply Angela
8:30 AM on June 12, 2009 

My husband and I had a wonderful week in Budapest in May 2009. Loved the old European elegance of the flat with all the mod cons. Highlights of our week were a visit to the opera and Szecheyni Thermal Baths. The Kerepesi cemetery about 20 mins walk from the flat is also worth a visit. Wonderfully green and tranquil in the evening and not as creepy as you might think! Thanks Dave and John (& Mouse)