Villa | 7 bedrooms | sleeps 21
Villa Paolina is situated in one of the most exclusive areas of San Felice del Benaco, in a splendid panoramic position standing above Lake Garda. The house's structure is modern, as is the furniture and is fully equipped. The property is surrounded by a large green outdoor area on various levels where you will find a nice swimming pool of 4.5x14m. Very pretty views both from the swimming pool and from the house, in particular from the large terrace on the first floor. Very pleasant loggia in front of the kitchen, equipped with a large table and chairs for dining outdoors and with a barbecue. Table-tennis and table football.
In San Felice del Benaco there are all kinds of shops, pizzerias and renowned restaurants. Just a short distance from the house you can go for beautiful walks amidst the olive tree groves and the vineyards. There are many golf courses nearby. You can also organize easy and interesting excursions in the numerous towns along the coast from Desenzano to Riva del Garda, where the Alps begin and from where you can reach Mount Baldo, where you can enjoy a splendid panorama.
Verona, famous for its international opera festival, is only 40 minutes away either by car or train. In the summer months most parts of the city has ferries that go to the other side of the lake, but if you like, you can also rent your own motorboat or go sailing or windsurfing. The owners live in a house nearby; they speak English and are available if needed. All the twin bedrooms can be transformed into doubles. Air conditioning in all of the rooms.
GROUND FLOOR: spacious living-room with satellite TV and fireplace with adjacent dining-area and kitchen with oven, freezer, dishwasher and microwave, 1 bathroom (no shower)/laundry room with washing machine, 2 double bedrooms with a third bed with bathroom with shower. From the living-room is a large spiral stairway that leads to the first floor.
FIRST FLOOR: accessed from a easy spiral stairway, 3 double bedrooms, 3 twin bedrooms, 1 bedroom suitable for children with bunk beds and a third pull-out bed, 1 bathroom with jacuzzi bathtub, 3 bathrooms with shower.
Extra costs and further information
Total final cleaning cost € 230
One set of bed and bath linen per week included in the price
Cot for babies under 2 years with bars available: free of charge
Domestic pets: allowed
Swimming-pool opening times (if available) May 17, 2014 - Sep 27, 2014
Refundable damage deposit to be paid in Euros on arrival € 1000
Central heating according to consumption
Electricity according to consumption
Air-conditioning according to consumption
Further costs to be paid on the premises in cash:
Cook 25 € per hour
Babysitting € 20 per hour
Key for internet connection € 5 a day
Dinner on request 25 € per head excluding wine
|Size||Sleeps up to 21, 7 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 5 Family bathrooms|
The Lombardy region
The largest of the Italian Lakes lies between Venice and Milan in the shadow of the spectacular Dolomite Mountains. With its own mild climate, Lake Garda is surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation, vines, citrus and olive groves, which form a natural setting for the colourful towns and villages dotted along its shoreline.
Famed for its especially clear waters, Lake Garda is the focus for any number of attractive resorts, including Malcesine on the north-eastern shore, with its 13th Century castle, winding streets and floral squares. Moving south, the Riviera degli Olivi plays host to bays, beaches, villages and castles. To the west, you'll find Limone, named after the fragrant lemon groves which adorn the surrounding hills. Its bustling cobbled streets and lively restaurant scene make it well worth a visit.
As you explore the lake using any of the frequent hydrofoils, catamarans and ferries, you can take in so much more...the hardest thing will be choosing where to visit next.