Wonderful experience in the medieval city center! Thanks to its central location, it's an excellent base for enjoying the sea and visiting the main points of interest on foot. It is a two minute walk from the beach of the historic center. The house has a private terrace where it is pleasant to relax sipping a good coffee. The entire building has been the subject of a recent restoration, has retained the original elements such as stone and exposed wooden beams.
Delightful mini-apartment in Mediterranean style with large veranda overlooking the sea. Ideal for those seeking privacy a stone's throw from the center and the nightlife molfettese.Disponibili all services nearby.
“Small but very nice apartment, air conditioning, kitchen, wifi and ideally located to discover the beautiful and vast region of the Apulia. A maximum of 3 hours drive from each corner, the best pizzas in the area in front of the apartment and private roof terrace with sunbed for dolce vita. As a bonus, the historical center of molfetta on foot for drinking shots, strolling or going to the beach. Francesco is a caring, responsive host and great tips for a good holiday in the area. I will come back with pleasure. Grazie Francesco from both of us.”
Newly refurbished apartment located at a stone's throw from Molfetta's very centre (Cathedral and old town 300m, waterfront 100m). Services available on request: private parking, airport/train station shuttle, early check-in, late check out.
“Great stay. Small shared entry way, but everything else is private. Good location. Just a short 5-7 min walk to the old town. Spacious apartment. Large balcony. All the cooking equipment you could need. Pots, pans, olive oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, etc. Free breakfast included and fridge stocked with water and juice. Quick contact with host. Cons: Couldn’t check-in until 7:30 pm even though check-in was listed as starting at 4 pm. The shared entry way had a horrible stench (coming from neighbors room). There’s construction going on right across the street. Very loud and obnoxious but temporary.”