The perfect solution for a couple

The spaces and the interior design have recently been completely renovated. The apartment’s center of attraction is a small natural cave excavated in the rock and covered in igneous rock that has been turned into a small living room with a single sofa bed.

We like to think that the cave in the rock was used by the hermits that lived here as a storage for wood or other materials. The actual restoration has put particular attention in the bathroom, with a wide open-space shower separated by the bedroom by a glass window.

A living room with a island kitchen complete this apartment whose comfort is guaranteed by air conditioning in every room.

It’s the perfect lodging for a couple and it has, if necessary, a single sofa bed.

Essentials Essentials
  • Bed sheets, Towels, Hair-drier, Soaps, Dishes, Microwave, Fridge, Dishwasher, Air conditioner in all rooms, TV sat, Wifi Internet, Espresso coffee machine with welcome pack

Outdoor Outdoor
  • Table with chairs, Shared panoramic terrace

General services General services
  • elf-service laundry, free private parking

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