Luxurious waterside apartment for a couple, two couples or a family.
This is a lovely bright and spacious two-bedroom apartment. The flat is on the ground floor with delightful views out on to canals from three sides which is most unusual in Venice. There is also a courtyard garden which fronts onto the canal facing the church Santa Maria Maggiore.
The apartment has two bedrooms. The main bedroom has a kingsize double bed (1.6m), the second bedroom is a twin with two standard single beds which leads out onto the courtyard garden.
In addtional the apartment has a good-sized sitting / dining room with an adjoining fully fitted modern kitchen.
There is one bathroom which has a bath (with shower), toilet, bidet, basin and washing machine.
All bedclothes and bathroom towels are provided so there is no need to bring your own.
air conditioning in bedrooms and sitting room
washing machine & dryer
fully fitted and equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave and freezer
shutters and mosquito blinds
secure entry system
Photos of the apartment and area
Calle de la Madona is in Dorsoduro the sestiere which occupies much of the south side of the Grand Canal. Lying at the western end it borders Santa Croce the smallest sestiere. The apartment is very conveniently located for access in and out of Venice, either arrivals by plane, cruise ship or road.
90 percent of arrivals into Venice are from the airport (Marco Polo) and thence to Piazzale Roma via bus / coach. Piazzale Roma is a pleasant 10-15 minute walk to the flat as you can see on the map below.
The area has sufficient shops and restaurants to satisfy most people's needs and is generally quiet and peaceful. Although Calle de la Madona is not in the very centre of Venice around Rialto or St. Marks, for most people it is all the better for that. The centre is often too crowded and not relaxing at all as there is such a throng of people in the narrow streets that it is often difficult to move. From 'Madona' (Venetian spelling) it is still easy to reach all places of interest either on foot or by vaporetto (water bus). The stops are within easy walking distance, either from Piazzale Roma or San Basilio.
Proprietor: Nicholas Blair-Fish www.myvenice.net / email@example.com