Photos and Description of this 4 bedroom holiday apartment in Florence Historic Centre - Ghibellina 4BD - Santa Croce
Bedrooms: 4, People: 10, Bathrooms: 2
This incredibly beautiful holiday rental is located opposite the house of Michelangelo and only short distances from Piazza Santa Croce and Sant’Ambrogio’s daily farmers market.
The second floor (three up) apartment has been tastefully renovated in a contemporary style to complement the original works of the Florentine craftsmen - including the antique hand-cut stone - it is tranquil and bright thanks to its location in one of the few palaces in Florence to be unobstructed on all four sides of the building.
The kitchen features a typical Tuscan stone range hood, found in most countryside homes, and is complemented by the fully equipped modern units, it leads through to a spacious dining area that can accommodate up to 10 people.
The spacious lounge, featuring beautiful ceramic flooring, is appointed with a double sofa bed and chairs as well as a LCD TV, perfect for relaxing after a long day.
There is a large master bedroom with a king-size bed and large wardrobe, a double bedroom with a queen size bed, a twin bedroom and a smaller single bedroom in addition to the double and single sofa beds available.
The two luxurious bathrooms have been renovated with Italian tiles and high-end fixtures to complement the rest of this unique homely apartment.
To accommodate larger groups, this Florence apartment rental is located in the same building as our Ghibellina 69 3P and Ghibellina 69 2BD apartments. Please inquire with our sales department about renting multiple apartments within same building.
This apartment is managed directly by the staff of Apartmentsflorence.it and we guarantee the highest quality of service and assistance during your stay in Florence.
The check in/check out procedure, bed linens and towels, cleaning service, assistance and maintenance are all provided directly by the Apartmentsflorence.it staff.
Edificio classe energetica G, prestazione energetica globale 200,1 KWh/m² anno