Tigerlilly Quinn: Our Venice Airbnb

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Our Venice Airbnb



Ok this is the last post on Venice, promise! I just wanted to pop on and share our Airbnb place we stayed at. As you guys know I'm a big fan of Airbnb, you can see the place we stayed with them in Amsterdam here and Copenhagen here.

You can further details of this Airbnb here.

We really loved the aesthetics to this place as we found a lot of Italian interiors are quite minimal with stone floors and dark wooden surfaces. We are move drawn to colourful and retro looking design so this one seemed just a little bit more quirky. It also came up as £126 a night which for a tourist city like Venice we thought was really reasonable.

Although there were only two bedrooms (one a double) it also came with two sofa beds and a cot so you could easily have about five people (and a baby) stay. We always prefer staying at self catering places like Airbnb's as it makes it SO much easier with small kids. Don't get me wrong I love a fancy hotel and room service but with small kids all in the same room you can often find yourself tied down to early bedtimes or having to go out for a meal with overtired children. Its so much more relaxing to eat out in the day time and then eat at home in the evening or hang out in a living room when the kids are tucked up in bed!

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This was the view from the second bedrooms window


This girl was desperate to sit on the balcony and watch the world go by down below!


The bathroom


The master bedroom, I loved the sixties vibe to the interior like this bedspread!




The view from the living room window!


The hallway


Some more views from the living room window


Just had to share this one of my gorgeous cheeky boy!


So that was our Venice Airbnb, I kind of love documenting them here as reminders to me but I also hope they are useful to you guys if you're planning a trip to any of the cities we've used them!

*Airbnb gave us a press discount as part of our stay but we regularly stay with them and would rate them highly! 

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