Casa del Mendicante, mein gemütliches Tessiner Rustico, bietet Raum für idealerweise 4 Personen auf 2 Etagen. Sitzplatz mit Pergola, Feuerstelle und kleine Wiese mit Palme laden zum Verweilen ein. Das Rustico liegt im ruhigen, idyllischen und autofreien Dorfkern von Avegno di fuori im Maggiatal, umgeben von traditionellenTessiner Granitsteinhäusern. Ganz nah locken herrliche Badeplätze an der Maggia, viele Spazier-, Wander-, Bike- und Kletterrouten und ausgezeichnete Grotti und Ristoranti.
“The Rustico is situated in the ancient part of the village. The location is very quiet. It can accommodate 4 persons (in 2 rooms). The inside is like a regular modern appartment. It is very well equiped for the daily needs of food preparation. Outside in the garden pergola are another table, seats and a BBQ. The place is an excellent starting point for hiking or bicycle excursions. Several Supermarkets are easily to find in about 7km distance, e.g. in the village of Maggia, or 1km at the City gas station. In summer, the river is an excellent place to swim and cool down after hiking or biking. Nearby parking available.”
Small house in a very old swiss village in the hills above Ascona. Ideal for people who like hiking in the woods, in a very peaceful area. Only 10 mins from Losone and Ascona and and Locarno. Breakfast is always included. Please note that the owner lives in the house and is always happy to share conversations with guests and offer help and information about the surrounding area. Lgbt friendly.
“Excellent choice, wonderful experience ! Location is great, both from the perspective of vicinity to Locarno, but also, and mainly, for the beauty and originality of the place. David is great.... never met such a thoughtful host and felt pampered with delicious meals! Highly recommended!”
Exklusives authentisches Rustico im zauberhaften Maggiatal. Ideal für 2 Personen. Komfortabel ausgebaut, inkl. privater Sauna und privatem grosszügigem Garten.
“Super cozy, clean and nice rustico for 2 people. Perfect for trips and hikes in the area. Gladly again another time.”