Great and spacious four bedrooms apartment beautifully decorated with huge terrace in a XVI century building.
The 160 sqm first floor apartment has a lot of natural light.
All the rooms are elegantly decorated, there’s wooden furnitures and ceilings with exposed beams.
All three double bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and this makes the apartment even more comfortable.
There is a fourth bedroom which is actually a living room with a door and double sofa bed. If you don’t use it as a bedroom it’s a perfect studio where one can relax in privacy.
The huge terrace is very nice and has a very beautiful view.
The windows of the 1st double bedroom, the living room and the double sofa room overlook the lively Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, while the kitchen and the 2nd bedroom face the terrace from which, just behind the trees, you can see the Venice lagoon of Bacino of San Marco.
The kitchen is new, spacious, comfortable and very well equipped, with everything you need: 4 gas hobs, oven, microwave, dishwasher, American kettle and washing machine.
There is a door leading to the terrace and two windows.
The three comfortable bathrooms are all ensuite, with walk-in showers and windows. Before each bathroom there is a foyer with wardrobes.
The three double bedrooms are in a classic style, spacious and beautifully decorated, with ensuite bathrooms.
All have very big shower (that it is quite hard to find in Venice).
The 2nd double bedroom have a door window (French window) leading to the terrace. The double sofa bedroom have a little dressing room. All the bedrooms have windows
Wifi is free and fast. The modem is in the living room.
These are the exact sizes of the mattresses:
3 double beds: 190x160 cm
1 double sofa bed: 190x140 cm
Weitere wichtige Infos
Check-in time: 14
Check-out time: 10
After 8pm, 40 € fee
After 12pm, 80 € fee
(latest arrival time: 00:30)
A tax of 2 € per night (up to 5 nights) per person must be paid locally to me in cash.
You only pay up to 5 nights and then a maximum of € 10 per person.
Children under 10 years are excluded.
You can leave your luggage free of charge in the lobby at the ground floor.
It's safe because there are no other residents who have access to the lobby at the ground floor.
I put monthly prices and you can see them, but please contact me for a special quote, I will see if I can do some effort to give you a better price!
The terrace, of 50 square meters, with table and chairs, a great place to have breakfast or an aperitif enjoying the view and the breeze after a long day walking around Venice.
Private Entrance, so it feels like a house!
Pets and smoking are not allowed.
Please don't make noise after 23 to avoid disturbing the neighbors.
Please throw the garbage every day.
We’d love NOT to bother you with this, but we really need your cooperation.
There are no big trash bins in Venice. All trash is collected daily from 6 to 8 am door to door.
The cleaner comes after you check-out when it’s too late to throw it. If you don’t throw the trash the cleaner will need to bring it at home and throw it the next day.
Separate trash: you have one bin for paper, one for plastic/aluminum/glass and one for the organic trash (please use the provided bag for this).
In the morning kindly throw away the mixed trash. Leave it on the street close to the door.
Mixed trash: everyday except Sunday
We know it’s a holiday and you’d rather not deal with this stuff. We really appreciate you do!
If you fail to follow this rule we will be forced to charge you a 50 € fee
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I'm a curious traveler, photographer, painter, sculptor. I have two degrees in Humanities and New Technologies for the Arts. Married with Luisa, anesthetist, who shares with me the pleasure for travels. We have two children, Francesca, a graduate in Science Communication, who works in a communication's Company in Bologna and Filippo, graduated in philosophy who attends the Biennium Specialist at Cà Foscari. He studies all day and plays basketball in a team of Venice. We travel a lot, especially in the Middle East and in the East: we visited more than 50 countries. I make one/two exhibitions a year, in which I try to share what I see in our travels. Luisa does volunteer every day at various levels and of various kinds. She’s also involved with Emergency a non-profit organization that deals in Mali, where she did 4 missions. Then we have a grandson, Peter was born in May of 2014.
Sono viaggiatore curioso, fotografo, pittore, scultore, ho due lauree, in Lettere e Filosofia e in Nuove Tecnologie per le Arti. Sposato da sempre con Luisa, medico anestesista, che divide con me il piacere per il viaggio. Abbiamo due figli Francesca , laureata in Scienza della Comunicazione, che si occupa di Comunicazione d' Azienda a Bologna e Filippo, laureato in Filosofia ed che ora frequenta il Biennio di Specialistica a Ca' Foscari. Viaggiamo molto, specie in Medioriente ed in Oriente: abbiamo visitato più di 50 paesi. Faccio una/due mostre fotografiche all'anno, in cui cerco di raccontare ciò che vedo nei nostri viaggi. Luisa fa volontariato tutti i giorni a vari livelli e di diverso genere . E' impegnata anche con Emergency e in una onlus che si occupa del Mali, dove ha all'attivo 4 missioni. Poi abbiamo un nipote, Pietro nato a maggio del 2014. Filippo studia dalla mattina alla sera e gioca a basket in una squadra di Venezia.