Small and cozy house

Small and cozy house

Stefano

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

We have a three storey house of the 1900s, which was completely renovated in 1996. It is small and cozy. On the ground floor you will find a kitchen with a sofa and tv corner. The kitchen floor is made of ceramic tiles and the ceiling are wooden beams. On the upper floor there is the children's bedroom with hardwood floor and a bathroom. The master bedroom is on the top floor with slanted wooden beam ceiling and a second bathroom. Next to the house we have a laundry room and a 'studio'. It is a relaxing space we use to read, write and listen to music.

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Who we are

  1. We are Stefano and Anny, both in our early forties with two boys (9 and 13). Both our boys have good manners and are quiet. My husband is a Sommelier. I am a tutor. I teach English and French as a second language (I am Canadian). It is our second experience in home exchanging. We are thrilled by this opportunity to discover new aspects of other cultures without being an ordinary tourist.

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Our house is located in the north-east of Italy. It is a small town of 12,000 people called Malo http://www.comune.malo.vi.it/ The house is steps away from several facilities: dairy shop, open market on tuesday, parks, churches,pubs and the new indoor swimming pool. The cities that are close by and worth seeing are: Vicenza 17km http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vicenza Padova 40km Verona 50km Venice 90km http://www.venezia.net/venice/ Marostica 30km Bassano del Grappa 35km. Other tourist attractions are the Dolomities 90km http://www.dolomitipark.it/Eindex.php Antonio Canova's birth town http://www.museocanova.it/ and the very close Palladian 'Ville Venete' http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palladian_Villas_of_the_Veneto with my favorite one 'La rotonda' http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villa_Capra_%22La_Rotonda%22 only 20 km away. For wine lovers we are located an hour drive from the areas of Prosecco, Soave and Valpolicella. As you see, we are well positioned for a variety of very interesting sights!!!

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