Our newly renovated house, in central Myslym Shyri street, is just a 10 minutes walk away from everything. Our mini Albanian Musee des Beaux Arts, has clean ample rooms, all of which have en-suite bathrooms, and a living/dining room full of ambiance. Mattresses, bed linings, towels and pillows were all hand-picked by Doina, who is an enthusiast of the perfect bed and sleep. The fully equipped kitchenette and our grandma's recipes book, gives our guests an opportunity to explore Albanian dishes for themselves. In addition we also have two lounging areas where guests can smoke and/or relax among the flowers.
Our guests can just bring themselves, cause we will provide for everything. The bathrooms have an hairdryer, towels, shampoo, shower gel and toothpaste. The room has free wi-fi and a flat screen TV with 30 channels. The fruit in the living room, and everything in the fridge (bottled water, juice and snacks) is there to make our guests feel at home. You also have free parking space in front of the house.
Both of us (Eros&Doina) love people and love to hear their stories, so we will be around in case you will need us for anything, or to simply go out for drinks. In case our guests need directions or cannot find us immediately, we will arrange to pick them up in a central spot in Tirana. You can contact us on (website hidden) with name Eros Huso. We will be happy to reply.
Myslym Shyri street is renown in Tirana because of its trees and many shops. However, if this is your first time in Tirana, you may find the buildings and alleys a bit chaotic, all part of the colorful experience, Albania has to offer.
Our home is really strategic transport-wise, as you have public transport just 3 to 5 minutes away. If you want to head to the South of Albania and enjoy the beaches, the Vlora buses are also just 5 min away. We will also provide you 1 or 2 bikes if you want to ride along the Lana river. Other than this we have the numbers of local taxi companies and international bus lines to go visit nearby countries like Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Greece.