It consists of two independent apartments, completely renewed, on the intermediate floor of a small residential building. The large windows give brightness to each room.
It consists of a large living room (about 31 sqm) featuring a comfortable couch, in the TV area, which turns into a double bed if necessary; in the dining area you can find a 6-8 seat rectangular table; a functional and fully equipped kitchen (fridge, freezer, cookers, dishwasher, fan-assisted oven, microwave oven); a spacious double bedroom and a twin bedroom, both with a large wardrobe; a large master bathroom complete with sink, toilet, bidet and bathtub; a service bathroom with sink, toilet, shower and washing machine.
It consists of a single large living room (about 30 sqm) featuring a comfortable couch, a TV area and a dining area equipped with a fully open kitchen (fridge, freezer, cookers, dishwasher, fan-assisted oven) and a 4 seat square table; a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, both with a large wardrobe; a large bathroom with sink, toilet, bidet, shower and washing machine.
For prices and conditions please ask for information by email.
Reservation from min 1 month to max 1 year.
The price includes:
The price does not include the following on arrival:
Additional cleaning services (50,00 € on each occasion).
Concurred price for bicycle hire (mountain bike, e-bike). Booking is advised in order to have the bike at disposal at check-in.
CHECK-IN: from 3pm to 8pm.
When booking, kindly specify expected arrival time.
At check-in each guest, including minors, must have a valid identification (identity card or passport) in the respect of the current norm.
CHECK-OUT: by 10am
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Northwards, the mountains, covered with snow in winter, massively frame the lake coastline with their cliffs overlooking the water. Southwards, they turn into hills and the landscape becomes sweeter and greener, spreading up to the luxuriant wine-growing area of Franciacorta. The real jewel of the lake is Montisola, the largest lake island in the whole Europe, with its small fishing villages and with a spectacular view of the Sebino coasts. In June 2016, Montisola became famous for the installation project “The Floating Piers” by Christo, a household-name artist.
The best way to appreciate the lake in all its splendour is surely by taking the ferry which connects the main lakeside ports where pretty villages soaked in history can be visited along with castles, towers, churches and monasteries, villas and manors of the nobility, museums and works of art.
Lake Iseo is well positioned for visits around northern Italy in fewer than 2 hours from Iseo. It is possible to travel east to Brescia, Verona, Lake Garda, Verona, Mantua and Cremona, west to Bergamo, Milan and Lake Como. It is equally convenient to reach ski resorts in the Parco dell’Adamello, Ponte di Legno, Passo Tonale and the Presena glacier.
This medieval town is rich in history as testified by its numerous ancient monuments which you can admire whilst strolling along the centre’s streets. Worthy of mention are: the monument dedicated to the historical Italian patriot Garibaldi to be found in the main square and from whom it takes its name; the Palazzo dell’Arsenale with its 15th century loggias and porticoes which hosts important exhibitions; the portal area with a monument dedicated to Gabriele Rosa, a distinguished patriot from Iseo; the 10th century Oldofredi castle with its solid structure made from ashlar with four impressive towers and parts of the various city walls; the Parish of St. Andrea with its striking Romanesque church tower with two adjacent 13th and 18th century churches; the Madonna della Neve sanctuary and the small 14th century church S. Maria del Mercato.
Other than the historical/historical aspects, Iseo has now developed an important tourist culture. You can stroll along the town streets all year long, peeping into the numerous small shops which vary from prestigious boutiques, offering a variety of products, or perhaps tasting the excellent ice-cream served in the historical centre or along the lakeside. For lovers of food and drink shopping, there is no lack of high-quality food and delicatessen shops to enjoy a taste of local products. The numerous markets along the town streets are a must: monthly markets including antique, handicraft, vintage and farm markets or weekly markets on Tuesdays and Fridays all year round.
The cuisine in Iseo boasts a great variety: restaurants, taverns, pizzerias, farmhouse restaurants and bistros, where you can treat yourself to a delicious snack or taste typically local or national dishes.
Every year Iseo endevours to enrichen its calendar with a full schedule of initiatives from food and drink events to musical and cultural and even important sporting initiatives.
The landscape offers the possibility of several outdoor activities to be practiced both in summer and winter, such as family trip, hiking, mountain climbing on roads and trails. The steep rock faces surging down to the lake make for an excellent ‘gym’ for rock climbing suitable for everyone, from beginners to more expert climbers.
You can go cycling through wonderful landscape along the lake coast, the hills or in Franciacorta. The most trained ones can also enjoy more demanding mountain bike routes. Franciacorta hosts “GimondiBike”, an international mountain bike race suitable for all cyclists at any age or level of ability, part of the prestigious UCI- Union Cycliste Internationale agenda.
Swimming is permitted in all of the lake and therefore, many aquatic sports for all tastes can be chosen. The winds which blow over the lake make all sorts of aquatic ‘acrobatics’ possible to fans of kite surfing, wake boarding, windsurfing or sailing. Those who prefer a more leisurely activity can try canoeing or kayak which offer a different perspective of the lake.
The more courageous can opt for paragliding, hang-gliding or going on magnificent helicopter tours.
Snow and ski enthusiasts can reach important ski resorts in less than a two-hour journey from Iseo to Montecampione, Borno, Colere, Ponte di Legno – Tonale – Presena, Aprica, Bormio and Livigno.
Tasty salumi and meat dishes (boiled sausage ‘cotechino’, Monteisola salame, meat on the spit, wild boar dishes, beef in oil), lake fish, local cheese, the delicious “polenta” made with Belgrano flour.
Franciacorta is one the best wine areas and offers many opportunities for food lovers and wine tourism. It is possible to discover Franciacorta following routes leading to numerous wineries, strolling through the vineyards, discovering how the Franciacorta wine was created. This is a DOCG wine (controlled and guaranteed denomination of origin), known worldwide for its high quality, and it can be tasted together with other local specialties. For those who wish to include sports activities, it is possible to organise bicycle tours along the cycle paths in Franciacorta. The gentle environment and climate in the Lake Iseo area favour olive culture and the production of DOP extra-virgin oil, a less well-known production which is acquiring ever-greater importance.