The apartment occupies the main floor. It has been completely renovated with high quality finishes in autumn 2007. On two levels, with an elegant mahogany staircase and exposed beams, comfortably sleeps 4/5 people. It consists of a large living room with fitted wall to kitchen and sitting area with sofa, a spacious master bedroom with walk-in closet, a loft with sofa bed and two bathrooms with shower. The apartment has central heating, air conditioning, dishwasher, washing machine and drying room, microwave with grill, TV, Internet ADSL connection, dishes, small appliances, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, towels, table linen, bed. It is already equipped with salt, sugar, coffee, tea, extra virgin olive oil of own production, vinegar and spices.
A building full of history: "The palace belonged to the patrician family Longo, coming, as you write, from Rimini in 1043, and down by the lords of that city. This family was admitted to the Great Council in 1381 for the merits acquired in the war of Chioggia by Nicholas, who held the apothecary at the Rialto, and it was from S. Marzilian (now St. Martial) ... The Longo glory mainly that Jerome, who, after fighting bravely against the Turks over a galeazza, remained prison, and rejecting the exhortation of the barbarians disavowed order that the Christian faith, was placed, about l ' year 1463, between two boards, and sawn through. Of the same family it was that Antonio Longo, around which we read in the Code 183, Class VII of the Marciana ... "... Antonio Longo had a stab from S. Peter Dona ... in the parlor at San Zaccaria, found in Fenestra de d. Dona Maria Monk ... his girlfriend, betrayed by Longo. " By Giuseppe Tassini, Venetian Curiosity, vol. I, and Filippi. Venice 2009, I and. 1863, p. 362.