Lovely fist floor apartment in center of town, right in front of the Temple of Claudius Marcellus. Charming, elegantly furnished, poetic, in the middle of things. Lots of light, high ceilings and sparkling clean. 1 bedr. or full apt. when I am away.
Elegant one bedroom in/or full apt. 1291 sqfoot (ca 120 mq) overlooking the Roman Temple of Claudio Marcelo, at the very center of town (3 minutes from Plaza de las Tendillas), with perfect close views of the Semana Santa's processions (located at the start of "carrera oficial")
I have old furniture and paintings from my family and mix them with things I find around and call me up for a life journey.
Can rent the whole apartment (1 large bedroom, 2 bathrooms, kitchen and large sitting room) and be on your own when I am not home, or have your bedroom (2 beds/double bed) and bathroom, with breackfast included (B&B).
Second floor (US; first floor for the EU): whitewashed, very high ceilings, filled with light; antiques and art mixed with eclectic flair.
Composed of: 1 bedroom (2 twins or King size bed), 2 bathrooms, all equipped kitchen, 2 rooms which will remain closed (my bedroom and my studio) and a very big 15 mqsquares sitting room with 4 large Windows and one corner bay-window with balconies overlooking the carrera oficial of the Semana Santa's processions and the Temple of Claudio Marcelo.
The area is extremely safe, lively and full of places for tapas, and drinks. The apartment is located as a middle point between the Plaza de la Corredera and the Plaza de las Tendillas, in the "elegant" quarter of town and shopping zone, and at 5 minutes from the river walk, now reformed and transformed in a pedestrian park-walk with fancy and trendy restaurants and tapas bar.
Good restaurants nearby: Bodegas Campos, Casa Salinas, Fusion, Soho Fusion, Taberna del Rio, las Tinacas
My apartment is my home, it shelters all I found, loved, and took with me in about 12 years of travelling and working in the US and acrss Europe: antique family furnishing, art, books, etc. I ask you to enjoy it, and to please take good care of home as I am away.
In Cordoba you will not need a car unless you want to travel in the provincia: all is nearby, and it is a charming city to walk (just avoid walking out from 2 pm to 9 pm in the summer). If you need busses, a bus stop is right up the street and 2 taxi stands are at the bottom and top of the same street (Calle Claudio Marcelo). Some people rent bikes to bike along the river, but in summer you will prefer walking.
My home is special in that it is a very classic (old liberty building, with very high ceilings, large and tall wooden doors), eclectic, poetic and charming place, with one of the most impressive views in town as it overlooks the Roman temple of Claudio Marcelo through a big cristal bay-window which opens completely creating a sort of small greenhouse where I planted jasmins and plants.
I am an art historian, specializing in Renaissance and Baroque art, so there is an artistic touch to it.
The house has a dishwasher, a laudry machine (no dryer but a small patio where you can hang your laundry), air conditioning, telephone (please don't use it for international, only for local (Spain), otherwise I will have to reimburse the money through the deposit), and internet.
My help and cleaning lady Andrea will meet you at your arrival, give you 2 sets of keys (if a couple) and explain basics about the apartment. She will be available all time for extra ironing or cleaning if needed (she charges 10E an hour).
everything in town, I will also help them as turistic information as I am a professor of art history
Общение с гостями
any time they need, by email or phone (I have a blackberry)
Другие важные подробности
Sometimes (very often) I am not at home, so I leave the entire apt. for the same costs to the guests. I do not cover extra for having the full space. it happens quite often, especially when I am not teaching, july to december.
I rent the apartment in full (room+2 bathrooms+sitting room+kitchen) only when I am in Rome or away from Córdoba, and almost for the same cost of the room only. I don't mind opening the entire place to my guests but I reccomend them to be careful with furniture because I have a lot of Antique pieces and they can break easily.
Also, my library is free access and I am happy if you take books but would ask you to return them to their place when done reading them.
When I am at home (generally in the Spring), however, I can only offer a B&B solution for one double room (two 1 x 2 meters beds which can either be separate as twin beds or be joined for a large bed).
In this case we will share the house and each of us (me and the guest/guests) will have his/her/their own bathroom.
I am happy to leave you the sitting room in the morning until 12,30, so that you enjoy the space, light and view having breakfast there until 12.30. After that hour however, the room should be arranged and left so that I can work, as I use it as my studio.
Off course if I am not home and am giving clases or even away from Córdoba for work, you are most wellcome stay all day in the sitting room, and to cook your meals at home, but when I am in the house I prefer to set hours for the sitting room so that we can both enjoy it, and that we do not interact too much in the kitchen because the space is limited.
I am also happy to prepare your breakfast early in the morning (I must work early so I prepare things early), and leave it ready for you, but you would need to do the last Little things when you wake up.
In case you prefere preparing your own breakfast with ease and at your preferred time, you can do so, from 8 to 12.30 am
In any case, I fill the middle drawer of the fridge with food for you (fruit, bread, butter, jam, eggs and bacon etc.: I also ask about diet concerns and allergies) and you should feel free to access it when you want and to store things there.
You should also feel free to prepare yourself light food and teas, but maybe we should agree time and circumstances if you want to have lunch or dinner at home, if I am here as well.
I love having a drink and/or a glass of wine with my guests when I am done working and sharing some time together, generally for a pause from work around 7 or 8 pm, but at night I generally work long hours.
I don't have many other reccommendation, but not to smoke in the room, and to limit the use of air conditioning in summer: which means not to leave it on when you are not at home, nor in the room, because bills can be extremely expensive and it makes no sense to loose power without using it.
Also, I don't mind running a laundry load and drying it in the small patio, but this should be considered a courtesy, and not an obligation.
I love babies, children, dogs and cats. No snakes or weard other animals are allowed.
I am used and comfortable sharing homes: I did so from 1999 to 2007 as in NYCity, Paris, London, Madrid, Bruxelles, Naples and elsewhere throughout my career as a student and a scholar, and I think I am a quiet and respectful housemate. I like being with people who are the same.
У этого хозяина 4 отзыва о другом жилье.Просмотреть другие отзывы
Italian native from Rome, Sabina lives and works across Italy and Spain.
Professor of Art History (Ph.D. Columbia University, class 2007), now associate professor at the Univ. of Córdoba, she has been travelling extensively as a researcher, in particular in the US, India and Europe.
Surfer and horserider in spare time, she hopes to spend more time near the sea in Portugal.
Artist and art historian, yet botanist in the deepest soul (loves plants)
loves Charlie Parker with strings, jazz in general, bossanova and R&B
bread, salt, tomatoes, with good olive oil
can't live without love, nor salt
Let me know in advance what you are planning to see in Andalusia and in Córdoba, I may can add a couple of personalized suggestions, this is my new country
veni, vidi, vicit!