Prague - Cabernet FrancCzech Republic / Prague
|365 €||per night|
Nestled on a building typical of Prague, and with an elevator for the convenience of those in the upper floors, all units are fully furnished and with comfortable layouts. There are 6 different apartments whose names correspond to the main “cepages” (grape varieties) grown in South West France where our award-winning Panisseau winery is located and all of these varieties are available. You have light and dark mood apartments, whereas dark corresponds to the red varieties and light to the white varieties. The penthouse apartment has its own distinctive atmosphere and is called the Malbec named after the most precious “cepages” used to produce our ultra premium red wines.
All apartments are fully furnished, with living areas facing west towards the river, high-end Italian furniture in neutral tones, providing a calm ambience with splashes of color to brighten up the space. Its interior is made up of a mixture of both traditional and modern materials and designs.
APARTMENT 5, the “Cabernet Franc” is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 128m² apartment which offers a separated living room, dining room, guest bedroom and main suite, all west-facing toward the river. You’ll find a large kitchen, guest bathroom and laundry room located on the inner side of the building. It is equipped with modern amenities and other essentials.
All the apartments have the following layouts:
Kitchens: Equipped with Miele appliances. A Fridge/freezer, an oven, an induction hob, a toaster, a coffee machine, small kitchenware (Cutlery, plates, cups and glasses, cutting boards, knives….)
Bedrooms: All fully furnished including bed linen, pillows, duvet, and throw blankets on demand.
Bathrooms: In every apartment there is always one bathroom with a bathtub and one with a shower.
Laundry area: Washing machine and dryer, clothes racks and hangers are provided.
Lounge and dining rooms: All furnished in a minimalistic, tasteful style.
For added convenience, The “Muscadelle” is WIFI enabled and has an air-conditioning system.
One of the most important symbols of the Czech state that has stood for more than a thousand years is the Prague Castle which is also undeniably one of the most visited spots in the city. Other famous structures in Prague are the Old Town Hall with the famous Prague Astronomical Clock, the winding lanes of the Jewish Quarter, which you may know from the novels of Franz Kafka, the Palace Gardens, the Gothic Charles Bridge and the Church of St. Nicholas in the Lesser Town, the most beautiful Baroque church in Prague.
Each of Prague’s districts has its own characteristic atmosphere and unique charm. Prague presents itself to you as a changeable city, which likes to alternate styles: it is romantic and successful, ancient and modern, but above all it is a city that is cosmopolitan through and through, and is used to welcoming foreigners.