One bedroom apartment in Florence
The style throughout is modern and contemporary. Measuring approximately 50 square metres, the apartment has been completely renovated and has a large living area with sofa bed, table seating four and kitchenette as well as a bedroom with kingsize bed and wardrobe and a bathroom with shower.
The apartment has a contemporary feel but by retaining some of the wonderful original features of the property including original fresco ceilings, the owner has ensured that this apartment has more character than most of the apartments in the city whilst also offering all the mod cons guests expect. The owner is incredibly helpful and has provided everything you should need during your stay however, if there are any special requests, she is happy to try and accommodate these for you.
Whilst a car is certainly not needed during your stay, there is a garage nearby. This costs 3 euros per hour or between 25 and 32 euros per day, dependent on the size of your vehicle. Twenty metres from the apartment there is a small supermarket and just at the corner of the street is a wonderful cafe, ideal for a bite to eat at breakfast.
Cot and High Chair
Iron and Ironing Board
Walking Distance to Bars and Restaurants
Walking Distance to Town Centre
Walking Distance to Village
Places of Interest
|Start Date||End Date||Weekly Rate (€)||Nightly Rate (€)||Weekend Rate (€)||Minimum Stay|
|01 Jul 2017||31 Aug 2017||700||120||3+ nights|
|01 Sep 2017||31 Oct 2017||700||120||3+ nights|
|01 Nov 2017||22 Dec 2017||600||100||3+ nights|
|23 Dec 2017||05 Jan 2018||1,300||220||220||5+ nights|
Rates exclude a final cleaning and laundry fee of 80 euros. Linen and towels are included in the rental rates. On arrival, a city tax must also be paid by all guests. The city tax was introduced by the Italian government in October 2014. A city tax of 2.50 euros per person per day (up to 7 days maximum) is required to be paid in cash on arrival. Children up to 12 years old are not required to pay. For stays of a week or more, guests are charged the costs of utilities used on departure.