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    The town house has been tastefully restored and provides the perfect holiday space for you and your family

A Holiday Home

The town house is located in the medieval centre of Ceriana and comprises a first floor with a large bathroom, a second floor with a living room and master bedroom en suite, and a third floor with an open kitchenette and lounge and dining area. From the third floor, you’ll enter a very large terrace. Take a peek inside the house and see why so many of our guests choose to return

Amenities & Info

You’ll find everything you need in the house for a perfect, self-catered holiday. If not, let us know, and we’ll make sure to add anything missing before your next stay

Washer & Iron

On the first floor, you’ll find a washing machine, iron, ironing board, extra linen and all necessary cleaning utensils

Free Parking

Ceriana is a car free village, except for one or two main roads. However, there are several free car parks in short walking distance from the house

Television & Books

There is a small flat screen television and a small library with books in English and Danish on the middle floor

High Speed Internet Access

Stream movies, communicate via Skype and send large files with our high speed wifi network. So yes, you can bring your work, if you really have to

Enjoy the view

Pour yourself a cup of coffee and admire the sunrise above the Armea Valley from the spacious terrace

Guest Reviews

"The terrace is spacious with beautifull views, where I always had my morning coffee. I fell so in love with Ceriana and the surroundings that I ended up buying a place and now live there."
SusDenmark
"The house is perfectly equipped, very cosy and beautifully restored. The view from the terrace is in one word breathtaking"
Frederique & PaulFrance
"If you're looking for an italian break, just go to Ceriana for a while! The house is great, with an amazing view from the terrace, that pictures can't show. We just fell in love with the place quite instantly. Great experience!"
FranceUnited Kingdom

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