A small house on three levels, 70 square meters (about 630 square feet) plus two terrace levels with a 360 degree view of the town and the Ionian sea. Located on a quiet street with no through traffic, and ample parking on the nearby church piazza. Parking is free. The house was restored/ redone in 2014, and it displays traces of its long history, including an exposed original wall from the 1600's and floor from the early 1800's. Downstairs there is a bathroom with washing machine and shower, a fully-equipped kitchen, a living area with double sofa bed and digital television. Kitchen includes oven, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker and tea kettle, as well as all necessary kitchen utensils. The small storage room contains shelves for storing luggage, an iron and ironing board, and an extra twin bed if needed. There is a mini split air conditioner for cooling or heating, and a small wood stove, but with walls that are many feet thick, the temperature is almost constant year round. Upstairs the loft area comprises a large bedroom space with queen bed, wardrobe, desk and credenza, and space for an extra twin bed, on request. The bedroom overlooks the downstairs area, but has black-out shades, as well as a folding screen which blocks light from the small balcony.
Upstairs from the bedroom there is a small terrace which has a private view of the church dome, which is exceptional when illuminated in the evening. The perfect place for a glass of good Aglianico! (Yes, the church tower has a bell which rings during the day, but again, with walls which are two feet thick it shouldn't be a problem.) Up again to the larger terrace area, where there is a 10 by 10 foot gazebo, barbeque, hose hook-up, and splendid views in every direction. Laundry dries incredibly fast up here. High speed internet is always available via wifi.
To make our guests feel welcome, we will be available to answer questions or help with ideas for day trips. We are happy to provide explanations of the local points of interest, including museums, restaurants, and archeological sites.