Beautifully renovated 1st floor apartment with small balcony offering superb accommodation within a listed historic building. Living rooms face 17thc Carmelite church and open views up to the Opera. Bedrooms face quiet, private courtyard with trees.
The apartment is situated on Ul. Miodowa, a continuation of the 'Royal Way' - Warsaw's elegant, palace filled boulevard which runs from the Royal Castle (2 minutes walk) and is full of restaurants, coffee houses and shops. Minimum stay 3 nights minimum.
Accès des voyageurs
The apartment has a large comfortable sitting room with three sofas, a TV / DVD player, small library. The dining rooms seats 6 comfortably and also has a small work area. There is WIFI throughout the apartment. The sitting room looks out onto a small balcony looking onto the world going by. There are two bedrooms - one with kingsize bed, the other with twin beds and a small sofa bed (more suitable for children / teenagers). The bathroom has a corner bath. The small kitchen was architect designed and has oven / hob / microwave / fridge / washer/dryer
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Apart from the initial meeting to hand over the keys, there is no need for any interaction unless, obviously, there are any problems!
There is a child's cot if required.
I am afraid the apartment is non smoking and no pets. It will also only comfortably accommodate up to 4 adults and 1 child. Regretfully we do not accept stag parties or equivalent. And no parties of any description!
Also, I am afraid that I cannot accept bookings of less than 3 nights.
I am half Polish (my Father came from Lvov), half Scottish - but brought up in the UK and I have to confess to not speaking any Polish (apart from basics). We visited Poland first in 1989 and fell completely in love with it. I think that those with Polish blood do feel a pull - and I am always thrilled at how many guests (and most are more intrigued rather than having family ties) also fall for Warsaw and Poland.
My children loved the apartment when they were young teenagers because they could step straight out of the apartment into a capital city centre and they adored the freedom and adventure of that. It says a lot for Warsaw that we were happy for them to explore the town on their own.
I don't live there full time but my brother and nephew do. They manage the apartment for me.
I speak English and French. My brother and nephew are fluent Polish speakers.