This flat is very spacious and it is located on the first floor with private entrance. On the first floor there is a very large kitchen with a spacious dining area, a bedroom with double bed, a bedroom with 3 additional single beds and a bathroom, while the wonderful room in the gallery is a great way to relax after a busy day out. In the gallery there is a sofa bed, an extra bed and a large toilet. The roof is made of wood
Inside the flat you can find following items: dishwasher, hairdryer, a highchair, baby toys, playing cards, ten chairs with a large table, two armchairs and a couch and floor heating
A safe parking space for bicycles, motorcycles and other sports equipment is available in the garage. A private parking area is located in front of the flat
In the district of Santa Maria del Piano, belonging to the municipality of Montescudo, in Province of Rimini, Italy, lies this beautiful apartment. It is the ideal place for those who want to explore the hinterland of the regions Emilia-Romagna and Marche, without having to give up any day on the beach, which is only 15 Km away and it is easily accessible via a comfortable road. In winter, for example, you can use the lifts on the mount Eremo (28 Km), during all year the park in the region of Sasso Simone and Simoncello and the Park of Monte San Bartolo are worth a visit. Furthermore, there is the nature reserve of Onferno and the village of Montefiore to discover, the beaches of Cattolica-Gabicce, Riccione, Rimini and the village of Gradara with its famous castle. North lies the wonderful village of Santarcangelo di Romagna and in the west there is San Leo on the top. For the good food lovers, the Municipality of Montescudo and the surrounding communities organize every season many festivals and fairs, where you can explore and enjoy many typical regional products. It is also worth visiting Morciano di Romagna (8 Km). In addition, the Republic of San Marino, World Heritage Site, lies just 12 Km away. The cities of Pesaro and Urbino are well worth a day trip. And why not? Slightly further away lie Ravenna and Bologna north or Florence and Arezzo direction Apennines. In a two-hour-trip, you can visit Venice as well!