In a historical building, near Galata Tower, creatively decorated flat-'Narevi'- has 3 bedrooms and can easily fit 8 guests. "Home of the Pomegranate" has everything to make your stay comfortable, enjoyable and memorable. (w/ AC & Dryer)
In a historical building, near Galata Tower, the newly decorated flat-named 'Narevi'- has 4 rooms and can easily fit 8 guests. "Home of the Pomegranate" has everything to make your stay comfortable, enjoyable and memorable. (Now w/ AC & Dryer)
The flat is on the third floor, inviting in plenty of sunlight and a partial view of the Galata Tower. There are 3 bedrooms, 1 living room and a spacious hall, that serves as a dining space. One room has a king size double bed with an occasional table on wheels for you to enjoy your breakfast in bed, second bedroom has 2 single beds (that can be placed as a double bed, if needed), third bedroom has a double bed and the living room has a three-seat-sofa bed that readily converts into a bed big enough for two. The apartment is child-friendly with a special Mothercare cot bed, Mothercare highchair, a potty and a Maclaren Techno XT stroller and certainly some fun toys and books for the little ones.
The flat is on the third floor of a typical Galata building dating back to 1920's, just about 25 meters away from the Tower. It is 130 square meters with high ceilings which make the space feel even larger; all the ceilings are covered with original paintings and frescos that have been unveiled by great chance in the course of renovation of the flat. The hard wood on the floors as well as the doors remain in their authenthic beauty. The flat is thus decorated with some antique pieces complimented in harmony with today's furniture, with a creative and fun touch.
It offers all the amenities to make you feel home. The spacious kitchen is equipped with all the appliances necessary for a comfortable and practical stay: A Siemens refrigerator and washing machine, a cooker and oven set, a toaster, chopper, juicer, kettle, and a coffee machine. You will also find a welcome pack with tea, coffee and some chocolate chips.Towels and linens are provided as well as cleaning products, soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toilet paper and paper towel. The flat is also equipped with an iron, fire extinguisher, vacuum cleaner, emergency kit and sewing kit.
In addition to a satellite TV and a DVD-player, you have free Wi-Fi.
Amenities briefly as a list are
*** Air-Conditioning and Dryer
* Satellite TV
* DVD Player
Fully equipped kitchen:
* Cooker-Stove set
* Coffee Machine
* Washing Machine
* Iron+ironing table
* Hair dryer
* Vacuum Cleaner
* Emergency kit
* Sewing Kit
* Shampoo+ Soap+Toothpaste+toilet paper
* IstanbulCard for public transports
For travellers with kids:
* Mothercare Cot bed
* Mothercare High chair
* MacLaren stroller
Αλληλεπίδραση με τους επισκέπτες
Before arrival, I share with my guests via mails some introduction information about the city, top sights, must do's and some recommendations about dining/entertainment/arts. Unless I am not in the city due to a business trip or a family vacation, I prefer to welcome them myself, show them the place, give them a brief information about what is where in the neighbourhood. I value right and open communication from before check-in to after check-out.
Άλλα στοιχεία προς σημείωση
Infants upto 2 years of age are free of charge.
Airport transfer can be arranged upon request (extra charge).
Check-in after 7:00 pm is subject to extra charge of €20
We kindly request you:
1) To present a copy of your ID (each guest) at the Check-in.
2) To respect other residents in the building and keep the level of your music, your voice and your TV low, especially after 10:00 pm.
3) Not to smoke in the flat
4) To leave the flat as tidy and clean as possible so that we can welcome our new guests only after 2 hours.
I am living in istanbul and working as creative director in advertising, I love travelling, handcrafting, gardening, carpentry, and creating guerilla art activities for kids. I love all forms of art and I am addicted to learning new languages which, for me, is as well a form of art...
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