My name is Novelia Giannantonio and I want to invite you to stay and relax in my house in the ancient city of Sulmona, in the beautiful Abruzzo region of Italy. This is where the well-known Latin poet, Ovidio, is from and it is also home to the famous sugar and almond "confetti"candy so popular in Italian weddings.
The valley surrounding Sulmona is waiting to welcome you.
Good regional food and fine wines are here to be enjoined, and I'll be sure to serve you my own homemade pasta after I help guide you through this green and unspoiled region.
Tuscany and Umbria, watch out! Abruzzo is coming to life for travelers and I have just the place for you to begin your explorations: my House of the Heart.
- 2 double bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- A large living room with ample space for putting up extra guests if you need it.
- Bathroom towels are provided, as are all bed linens, an iron and a hairdryer
- Satellite TV
- Free Wifi
My apartment is a stunningly beautiful loft apartment that sleeps 6 in a classic italian townhouse just a few minutes' walk from the historic center of Sulmona It has been recently restored and furnished to a very high standard, is spacious and flooded with natural light. It has air conditioning, central heating, free Wifi and Satellite TV. In addition to a dining room and living room, there is a kitchen fitted with stove and oven, fridge and even a washing machine.
SCENT OF PASTA
my passion is homemade pasta done with a rolling pin, a wooden board and a guitar that's more than one hundred years old. I want to share this with you, with my guests that decide to stay at the House of the Heart, but even with those that are in the area and want to share this creations with me.
With few ingredients we will give life to spaghetti, fettuccine, lasagne and much more. The main thing is the pleasure of being together with the company of a good Montepulciano wine and homemade desserts, like my famous tiramisù. It will be the experience of a lifetime.
The House of the Heart
The perfect place for you to stay and visit Sulmona