Charming, near Plaza Nueva
2 single beds, 1 double bed, 1 single sofa bed
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets
- bed sofa
- bed linen & towels
- washing machine
- DVD player
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- plasma TV
- TDT television
- USB Internet on request
The apartment is located in the old part of town, with great ambiance both day and night thanks to the many shops all around, and the wide range of leisure activities available to you in the nearby vicinity.
Furthermore, it boasts gorgeous views of the Santiago Cathedral and is a short walking distance from Plaza Nueva, a must-see, and a symbol of the city as much as the perfect place to sit in one of the terraces to enjoy the wide variety of "pinchos", typical Basque tapas.
Located on the third floor, this lovely, classic style apartment can sleep 5 guests. It has 2 double bedrooms and a full-bathroom with shower. The spacious living-room is fitted with a sofa bed and overlooks the Santiago Cathedral.
The living-room had been cleverly divided into two distinct area: on one side the lounge with the sofa bed and opposite, separated by an old wooden beam, a dining area with a table that can seat 5 guests.
The apartment has parquet floors throughout giving a very warm feel to the apartment.
The bedrooms are separated from one another, and while the master bedroom has a romantic ambiance and is fitted with a small dressing room with a bay window, the second bedroom has two single beds and overlooks a quiet courtyard so it's ideal for a good nights' rest.
The Casco Viejo(Old Town) of Bilbao is located on the shore of the Nervion River forming the picturesque “Siete calles”( Seven Streets) full of historical monuments making it one of the most popular destinations of the city. This area boasts a great atmosphere during the day and night thanks to the numerous bars and restaurants that offer all of the culinary delights and nightlife of Bilbao. Here, you can find traditional taverns, trendy bars, pubs and anything you can imagine. Tradition is still present in the small shops that conserve charm and hospitality.
Close to the San Anton church, you will find the largest and the traditional Ribera market known for being the best place to buy fish.
The sixth Century old Santiago Cathedral is a great surprise with its impressive tower. Outside you can find traditional candies that honor it. The Plaza Nueva, a must see especially on Sundays, is a marketplace with with birds, stamps, coins, antiques and other fascinating objects that appeal to all. The Café Boulevard and the Bar Tilo are two interesting bars that have entertained patrons for decades that you will find on the shore in front of the Arriaga theatre where Basque culture and the Basque Museum, dedicated to Basque ethnicity and anthropology can be found.