1 bedroom semi-independent house (cottage, cabin) 140 meters from beach, partially renovated in 2010, all new furniture,TV, A/C. Covered veranda, views of spectacular sunsets and a bit of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Camomila is a wonderful one bedroom semi-independent house (cottage, cabin) 140 meters from the beach “Is Traias”, a small cove on the eastern side of town on the Tyrrhenian Sea.
It has an open floor-plan, and on the ground floor is the living/dining area, with a trundle bed, TV, credenza, and table & chairs for meals; upstairs we have a loft bedroom which overlooks the living-dining area, with a double bed, bureau & wardrobe. Below on the lower level is the kitchenette with a stove & small refrigerator; and the bathroom with shower & bidet.
Outside there is a covered veranda with an outdoor table and chairs, a small yard area with a barbecue, plenty of indigenous flora & a view of the sea.
Between the house & the beach is the open-air cafè "Il Cocorito", open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, & late-night cocktails & lounge music.
The house was partially renovated in July 2010, with all new furniture, stove, TV, and air conditioning.
This year (wint(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) we have made many improvements inside - new faucets in the kitchen & bathroom, new window screens, etc. Outside, major landscaping in the side & back yards offer 100+ Sq M of terraced area to barbecue, or simply relax in the sun.
The beach Is Traias, in the National Marine Park of Capo Cabonara
Interaction with guests
I'm always available. I manage several houses, and am happy to help discuss any vacation ideas you have, or enjoy a beer or glass of wine.
Or simply give you the key when you arrive, collect it when you leave, & give you peace & quiet in during your stay...
Other things to note
Cape Carbonara is a protected National Marine Park. The beaches are pristine, the waters around the cape transparent, and marine life is abundant - so plan too on some extraordinary snorkeling!
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I'm an American émigré, married to a local girl.
I'm a father of 2, plus my own childishness...
I've experienced most every sort of difficulty, confusion, misunderstanding, etc., that one generally encounters when traveling in Italy - specifically Sardinia.
I endeavor to act as a bridge / buffer for your holiday, so that the "adventure" of traveling to Italy (Sardinia) isn't overshadowed by inconveniences or surprises!