Our house is located in an extraordinary location in the area of “Civita”, the highest part of the historic center of Matera, from which you can enjoy a unique panoramic view and visit the Sassi (the ancient districts of the city) using one of the many accesses a few steps from the “nest”.
Housed in a 16th century building belonging to the Malvini-Malvezzi noble family, the apartment has been recently renovated and equipped with many modern comforts to make your visit to Matera an unforgettable experience of pleasant relaxation.
SERVICES AND EQUIPMENT
Equipped kitchen with oven and hob
High chair for babies
Kettle - Toaster
TV 47" - Living Room
TV 32" - Bedroom
Disposable toilette set
Bath and bed linen
FOR 3 PERSONS: 1 DOUBLE BED + 1 SINGLE BED
The room has 1 king-size bed of a possible third bed in a single bed.
The high vaulted ceiling makes this and the balcony that looks directly into the Duomo square makes this spacious room an evocative and relaxing space.
Your luggage can be placed comfortably in the walk-in closet from which you can also directly access the bathroom of the house. A 32 “flat screen TV completes the room’s facilities.
The Living Room
FOR 2 PERSONS: 1 DOUBLE SOFA BED
The living room with a cross vault and overlooking the splendid Piazza Duomo is a special space of our house where you can relax even in the company of your friends or family.
We have organized an area dedicated to your meals with a table for six people and a snack area for your breakfast or mid-day snacks.
The amenities in this room include a 47-inch flat-screen television with DVD player and video game console.
The large sofa most easily be transformed into a king size double bed.
Matera is one of the oldest cities in the world whose territory holds evidence of human settlements starting from the Paleolithic and without interruption until today. It represents an extraordinary page written by man through the millennia of this long history.
Matera is the city of the Sassi, the original urban nucleus, developed from the natural caves carved into the rock and subsequently modeled in increasingly complex structures within two large natural amphitheatres that are the Sasso Caveoso and the Sasso Barisano.
In 1993 UNESCO declared the Sassi di Matera a World Heritage Site
The Sassi of Matera are the 6th site in Italy in chronological order, the first in the south.
On the occasion of this inscription, for the first time UNESCO uses in its criteria and motivations the concept of Cultural Landscape, which will later be used to motivate the registration of other sites in the world.
On October 17th 2014 Matera was designated European Capital of Culture for 2019.
Matera is at the center of an incredible rock landscape that preserves a great heritage of culture and traditions, and is home to exhibitions of great national and international prestige.