The room on the first floor of the building unites two famous members of Lübeck. In 1705, Johann Sebastian Bach travelled more than 400 kilometres from Arnstadt (Thuringia) to Lübeck, to listen and take lessons from his musical role model Buxtehude. The deep friendship that united the two famous composers is illustrated in their mutual letters and texts. These are available to read in this quiet room facing the side street Schwöneckenquerstrasse. The comfortable box-spring double bed is a wonderful place to relax and listen to music from Bach or Buxtehude. Alternatively, the sunlit room inspires one to sit in the wide and comfortable armchairs of the room and to enjoy a warm cup of tea, and indulge in a piece of the famous Lübeck marzipan. Despite being a listed building, the bathroom is designed to meet modern necessities. In contrast to the historic bedroom, the recently renovated bathroom with toilet, shower and sink is very modern. There are also small details such as a hairdryer and toiletries.