The apartment is 64 square meters and is located 400 m from the beach and the town center. It is equipped with a kitchen with a living room, air conditioning, a room with a double bed, one with two beds, a bathroom with a shower and a washing machine. The apartment in the south-facing kitchen room is sunny for the whole day. Quiet place away from traffic, the external space of the apartment is protected by an automatic gate fence.
“I booked Valerio's place for taking a break from city life and working on my creative projects. My routine for 2 weeks was amazing. The place is really good and clean. 5 min from the mini market and beach. I would totally come back again for detox. Thank you!”
Beautiful XVII century studio in the historical centre of the small town of Gera Lario. The apartment was renovated in 2015. It is composed of a big livingroom with a sofa bed, fireplace and a TV; a small kitchen, a dining area and a bathroom.
“Federica is a great host. The check in is super straightforward and Federica is happy to help with tips on the environment. The apartment is very exceptional and special. 1min walk is a bakery with good cheese and sausage etc. We were hiking, which is very good from there and easy to reach. For a road trip to Como we only needed about 45min driving time. All in all a great holiday and gladly again.”
The apartment "Luna" is part of a house dating back to 1600 and recently renovated, maintaining the characteristics of stone, typical of the historic center. The apartment "Luna" is 100 meters from Lake Como, is equipped with every comfort and enjoys the utmost privacy and quietness, for absolute relaxation. The activities to regenerate on site are many, such as cycling routes, or long and beneficial walks. Windsurfing, canoeing and swimming are close to the structure.
“Practical and functional house, with all the necessary. The terrace is large and calm. The house is in an alley, quiet. The welcome of Claudia is warm, and she is available at any time because she lives next door. Near many pretty villages of Lake Como.”