One bedroom available in a 2br apartment. Large living room and kitchen and two sunny balconies. Two minutes from Materdei subway stop, a few minutes ride to both the hill top and the sea! 10 min walk to the national Museum, 20 to piazza Bellini.
Guests will have a private room with a very comfortable double sofa-bed. The room has large french windows that open on the balcony, facing SW.
Large open space kitchen/living room, and two sunny balconies with plants and flowers, ideal to sip a coffee in the morning or read a book in the afternoon!
Guests access the open space, the kitchen, both balconies and a shared bathroom.
A quiet residential neighborhood halfway toward the Capodimonte hill, a few steps from a subway stop, or a 10-15 minutes walk to the historical center of the city down the hill (uphill will take you a bit longer).
Subway stop Materdei, two stops from Dante, the heart of the historical center, and three stops from P. Vanvitelli, the heart of leafy Vomero neighborhood.
I have just recently adopted (rescued) two adorable kittens, who now share the apartment with me --and my guests. They are the sweetest thing, very affectionate and quiet.
The double bedroom gives access to the large balcony, which is connected to the other bedroom. The bathroom, the open space and the kitchen are shared with me if I'm around.
I leave my guests full autonomy and tend to be at work most of the day. But if you need any advice or suggestion, I would be obviously glad to help!
I have just recently adopted (found!) two small adorable kittens, who now share the apartment with me --and my guests.
Please, keep common areas clean, keep quiet after midnight. We do differential recycling and appreciate environment-friendly guests: please don't waste water, paper, electricity.
This is the house where I live, and I am letting the bedroom/bathroom (not the entire apartment). Almost always it goes without saying, but while you are certainly encouraged to use the kitchen to cook and eat, I appreciate some discretion and privacy in the use of the living room and other common areas.
I was born and raised in Napoli. After travelling and living abroad for most of my youth (China, Berlin, London, New Hampshire...), I settled in New York City for many years, then lived and worked in Hong Kong for a couple of years. I have an undergraduate degree in Chinese Studies and American Studies, and a PhD in English. I teach American Literature at the university.
Some of my passions include travelling, cooking and eating great food, visiting museums, gardening, and just walking in the city or in the green for hours with my eyes wide open.