Beautiful clean apartment with views looking out over the Dolomite mountains.

Beautiful clean apartment with views looking out over the Dolomite mountains.

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our home is situated right in the middle of the town of Bolzano. It is in an old and well kept apartment block and is typical of the style of building commonly found in this area. The apartment is clean and has beautifully ornate tiled heating towers that keep the house extremely warm in winter. There are two bedrooms each with double beds and a third sleeping possibility in the living room on the pull-out sofa bed. There is an eat-in kitchen which enjoys views out to the surrounding mountains. The bathroom is large and equipped with bath, shower, toilet and bidet, also with its own views. The apartment is four floors up with no lift, so lots of exercise for legs!!

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Who we are

  1. I am a theatre director and have my own theatre in the centre of town. We produce childrens theatre from all over Europe in the peak season and Adult theatre in the summer. I have no children, and spend alot of my time following my passion for travelling. I have no pets, and lots of great music and films.

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Bolzano is the capital of South Tyroll, found in the valley of the Dolomite mountains, known as the rosengarten, because of the beautiful pink colour that glows off them in the afternoon. This area initially was a part of Austria and the old town is indicative of its architectural anscestry. In more recent years (1920'S) Bolzano was given to Italy. A present from Hitler to Mussolini! Since then the town has developed it's unique bi-linguaol nature. All activities are carried out in both languages (German and Italian) and the food has also benefited from both influences. It is also wel known for the wonderful wines that are produced in that area. Probably the most important feature though are the mountains themselves. Think Sound of Music, you know hilltop singing and you are on the way to imagining the landscape. In the summer of course mountaineering is a popular pastime and there are many well -posted tracks. In winter, skiing becomes the main focus of the area, with great ski runs all around. The town itself, offers great food, shopping, galleries, markets and theatre, just to name a few.

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