|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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With a focus on simple, stylish décor and utter comfort, this house effortlessly blends rustic charm and chic décor with all the modern amenities needed for a relaxing stay.
This remarkable house looks like a traditional Bulgarian home from the outside, but opens up to a world of luxury: From designer sofas to an exquisite, fully-equipped kitchen, vaulted beamed ceilings and amenities including a washing machine, beautiful indoor fireplace and entertainment like a satellite TV, CD- and DVD-player, game console an more, it’s the perfect property in which to recharge your batteries.
There are three bedrooms, all with views of the village or garden; two with king-size beds and one with a double, while the two bathrooms each have a tub, shower and toilet.
You’ll have a games room at your disposal and a beautiful, private swimming pool with an adjoining children’s pool, complete with a BBQ and idyllic village setting – welcome to paradise!
A car is essential and there is free parking available to guests. Smoking is allowed outside only and pets are not permitted.
• The elegant and bright interiors
• The rustic building
• The great pool area
The nearby city of Varna is both idyllic and sophisticated, sporting many interesting churches and parks, shops and excellent nightlife: Reach it all and a splendid, sandy beach in just a 30-minute drive from the property. Steeped in nature but close to amenities, don’t worry about going thirsty during your holiday, as the nearest bar is about 30 seconds from the cottage!
There’s a restaurant and a supermarket 30 minutes away as well, so you can make use of your great kitchen or sample the local gastronomy. And with bird watching, hiking, scenic drives, ruins, theatres and amusement parks all within easy reach, there’s something to keep everyone entertained!
The house is immediately behind the village square of Zornitsa as you come in to it off the main road. There’s a ruined building, a quite large one in the square and our house is immediately behind it.