The apartment is beautifully decorated, well equipped, spacious, surprising and well placed. You enter the apartment through a door on the cobbled street, walk up through a little covered alley way and up a flight of stairs to your own front door.(Not for the less mobile) Making it feel completely secure. It is made up of two floors. On the first floor you enter the front door and there is a single room to your left with plenty of storage and a quirky bed, following through to the main living area you have a small sitting area and a bathroom to the right, with toilet, sink, bath and bidet. Ahead you have a huge dining table with plenty of chairs. There is also a lovely comfortable sitting area with sofa's and a large tv on the wall. The kitchen is small, but well equipped with plenty of cutlery and crockery a dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster and a massive fridge. There was also a few essentials in the cupboards, like sugar, tea, coffee, pasta. Also you have a small terrace garden on this floor with a washing machine tucked away in the cupboard. The terrace is small and the table seats 4, but there are low walls to sit on if there are more of you. Upstairs you have two double bedrooms and a very large bathroom, with a lovely marble trough-like bath. The only grizzle I have about the upstairs is that the second bedroom leads off the first, so if you need to use the loo in the night you have to creep through bedroom one, perhaps a dressing screen against bed one might work?
On the day of departure we weren't due to fly till 9pm and Nissar allowed us to leave our luggage there all day whilst we did the last of the touristy things.
Good accommodation is always the icing on the cake of amazing city breaks. If it were mine, I would not be letting it out to anyone else. Loved it. Thank you