Special discounts are available on request for periods still available.
Located on the mezzanine floor (four steps from the ground floor) of a prestigious and historic "Liberty" style building, in the past already used as a hotel, it has a total area of about 60 square meters that develop with a graceful living room equipped with a practical and comfortable double sofa bed and a spacious marine style wall wardrobe. In the dining room, we find a large kitchenette with equipped kitchen, ventilated oven, fridge with freezer, stove, utensils and equipment, microwave, kettle, toaster and an extendable table with chairs.
From the living room you can access, through a hallway also equipped with a practical wardrobe, to the sleeping area where there is a lovely and well-kept double bedroom with double bed as well as a large wardrobe with two doors.
The bathroom is equipped with all facilities, including the tub / shower.
The house has autonomous air conditioning with splitter in every room by means of a heat pump (cold and hot air), independent heating and continuous hot water.
It is also equipped with a 32 "LED technology, a washing machine, an iron, an ironing board, a hairdryer, a baby bed, blankets, duvets and comforters.
On request it is also possible to provide a personal linen service (sheets and towels) and programmed cleaning, depending on the guest's needs.
The property is also equipped with a practical storage room where you can park up to two bicycles.
It should be noted that the windows of the building overlook the back of the building in a private space. This makes the structure free of noises coming from the part opposite the seafront.
Pretty and cared for in detail, the Holiday House "BURLAMACCA" can comfortably accommodate up to four people.
We accept pets.
Owner available for any need H 24
They are excluded from the rates:
Final cleaning € 30 high season (01 June / 31 August) and € 20 low season (01 September / 30 May)
Personal linen (sheets, pillowcases, towels and bath towels) for 10 euros per week
Electricity consumption (0.60 / kw) and methane gas (0.90 / mc)