Panoramic ancient house (ex-monastery 17th cent.), garden, private church...

Panoramic ancient house (ex-monastery 17th cent.), garden, private church...

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

An ancient monastery transformed in a comfortable apartment. It's in the country-side, but the distance from the downtown is only 3 Km.
Three bedrooms, big lounge with sofa, tv, internet, a 70's pinball machine (it works!), balcony with an amazing view on the sea between Calabria and Sicilia, big kitchen in Italian style with all amenities. At the back of the apartment there's a little church, accesible only to the housemates.Our quiet neighborhood offers safe walking on the hills. In Messina this accomodation is a raritie, protected as hystorical heritage. The house is tidy, clean, comfortable...

I'm sorry but this house in july and august is busy. We have another lovely appartment in historical center of Messina at 10 minuts from central station/bus and the port. It is a good chance for a trip in Sicily. (pics *)

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Who we are

  1. We are Marco,Gianluca & Monica. We are mature minded, respectful and careful...and would treat your home well. We spend our spare time painting, watching films and gardening. We are 3 perfect housemates.Simultaneous exchange isn’t strictly necessary.

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Where is it?

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Ideally located as a touring base to visit Messina and great beaches,Taormina (35 minutes by train or bus), Eolian Islands (the most incredible venue on the mediterranean sea, trust me); Catania, Syracuse, Noto, Modica, the citis of the baroque, a journey in the traditional Sicily with her history, culture made by a miscellaneous of domination Greece, Latins, Arabs, Spanishes, Normans...

info about Messina > http://www.torrese.it/translate_c.htm

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