Spacious family home in central Barcelona.

Spacious family home in central Barcelona.


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms

About our home

We have a comfortable and spacious four bedroom home in the city centre. It is light and airy and very quiet. The whole apartment was completely refurbished in 2015 and it can comfortably sleep between 5-6 guests.
There is a sunny terrace which is great for breakfasts/dinner and there is a spacious living/dining area with a comfy chaise longue which is just perfect after a hard day sightseeing.
We also have Netflix in the living room and the studio as well as a piano for those musicians among you.
There are two separate bathroom, one with a shower and the other has a bathtub.
There are two elevators in the building with easy access for wheelchairs or people with reduced mobility.


More about us

  1. We are a family of four. Our children are 12 and 14 years old.

  2. David is a musician who also runs his own language school

  3. Mari is a freelance journalist who works for PR agencies in Bcn

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Where is it?


The Sant Antoni neighborhood in Barcelona, pretty close to the bustling Barcelona Ramblas, is the perfect place to mingle with the locals and expats alike. Here is where you take a break from being a tourist and tour Barcelona like a local. The neighborhood, once home to the working-class who populated Barcelona during the Industrial Revolution boasts a unique laid-back atmosphere and an amazing arrange of restaurants that showcase the best of Catalan gastronomy.
There is a big list of wonderful and non-touristy places for where to eat in the idyllic Sant Antoni district in Barcelona, and hang out with the locals. Make sure you take a stroll through the streets of this area and do not miss visiting the Sant Antoni Market, one of the oldest food markets in town.

Buzzy restaurants
Can Vilaró, Bar Ramón, La Machina, Pepa Tomate
Cool bars
La Federal, Calders, Bitter Cocktail Bar, Sant Antoni Gloriós, Benzina, El Dinàmic
Cozy cafés
El Cometa, Calders, El Vinito, Bodega 1900,
Retail therapy
Sant Antoni Market and Sunday Flea Market
Bit of culture
Exaimple architecture
Walks in the park
Spot of exercise
Aiguajoc local gym
Day tripping
Casteldefels. Wonderful beaches. 30 mins from Bcn by train

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