Santa Croce Hotel Rental Photos and Description
Bed and breakfast. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, (Maximum four people.)
I have two bedrooms which I offer to guests on a bed and breakfast basis. Bedrooms are double or twin but single guests are also welcome. The bedrooms have air-conditioning and private or ensuite bathrooms. Guests are very welcome to use other parts of the palazzo, which include a lovely salon and also a charming courtyard garden.
The prices shown in the caption are for two people in the cheaper double or twin bedroom on the second floor. Prices depend on season, which room and the number of nights. For the full and accurate price list please contact me directly or look at my website.
If you would like to see additional photos and other information, again please contact me directly for the website address.
A simple continental breakfast (croissants, tea/coffee, cereal, fruit) is included and your room is cleaned daily. Guests can help themselves to tea and coffee at all times in the dining room for which there is no charge. Other drinks may be charged for. Guests wishing to be given a boat tour of the city can arrange this on arrival. There would be an additional charge for this, starting at €100 but depending on how long a tour you want.
Details for Ca.Malcanton 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, 4 Bathrooms
- Events Allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
About Nicholas Blair-Fish
I'm English and have lived in Venice for a number of years. I have retired recently and when I have time I paint.
Nicholas Blair-Fish purchased this hotel in 2002
Why Nicholas Blair-Fish chose Santa Croce
Many people dream of buying a home in Venice. I was lucky to able to do so. Originally I was looking for just an apartment but I also wanted some outside space such as a garden or terrace as well as a mooring which is hard to find in Venice. This house had both.
What makes this hotel unique
Personally I love this part of Venice. It is not the most touristy but is close to the places that tourists will want to visit. You can walk almost everywhere. For me, the most important things are the garden which one certainly needs in the summer and the canal as I find it best to get around by boat; it's also handy being a few minutes walk from both Piazzale Roma, the bus/coach station (for getting in and out of Venice) and the grand canal should I need to take vaporetto (water bus). And not least this is a genuine Venetian 'palazetto; not little flat conversion. The house is light, spacious and airy which alone is slightly unique in Venice as many houses and flats are dark and gloomy. Of course some people like the dark and gloomy gothic look!!