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Nestled among some of Madrid's most iconic streets, this quirky townhouse is the perfect base from which to explore the Spanish capital. Spread across three levels with spiral staircases and plenty of little luxuries, you'll have your pick of cosy corners to relax in. Start the day with a home-cooked breakfast in the contemporary kitchen, which is fully equipped for whipping up some culinary delights, meaning foodies are bound to feel right at home here. The wooden dining table can comfortably fit the whole family around it, meaning you can share meals together and discuss plans for the day ahead. Speaking of which, you'll never be bored here, thanks to close proximity to many of Madrid's main attractions. This home is located in Malasaña, considered to be one of the city's chicest neighbourhoods, thanks to its hip cafes, street art and cultural hotspots. Grab a coffee from one of the trendy cafes and walk to the Museo de Historia de Madrid, which is right in the centre of the neighbourhood. After soaking up some history, browse the nearby shops or stop for a bite to eat at one of the city’s many barrios. After a long day of exploring, the luxurious double shower is place to unwind and get ready for a night out in Madrid, followed by a glass of wine on the private terrace.


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Highlights

Explore the elegant boulevards, pristine parks and baroque palaces of Madrid

Explore the elegant boulevards, pristine parks and baroque palaces of Madrid

Share a bottle of wine alfresco in the courtyard

Share a bottle of wine alfresco in the courtyard

Relax in the luxurious double shower

Relax in the luxurious double shower

Have a go at cooking some Spanish delicacies in the contemporary kitchen

Have a go at cooking some Spanish delicacies in the contemporary kitchen

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Home truths

    This home is laid out across three floors with stairs between them

    There's free on-street private parking available here

    Parking in Madrid can be tricky, so we recommend sticking to the easily accessible public transport where possible – though we think the best way to see the city is on foot

    You'll have your own private entrance here

    You'll have the whole home to yourself, so there won't be any other guests using the terrace

    Though there isn't a dedicated desk here, the dining table doubles up as a laptop-friendly workspace

About this stay


Amenities

Washing machine

Rooftop terrace

Patio / terrace

TV

Dishwasher

Ironing board

Bedrooms & bathrooms

3 bedrooms, 3 beds

2 bathrooms

Extras


VIP services

Airport pick up

Daily cleaning

Additional fees

  • There may be some extra fees to pay here, such as charges for utilities, final cleaning fees, city tax and security deposits – all of which you may need to pay in cash to the homeowner. Please reach out during the booking process to confirm.

Additional fees subject to a 3.5% handling charge.

Extras are subject to availability. Please enquire with your host.

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Local guide


About Malasaña

The bohemian neighbourhood of Malasaña is somewhat deceptive, with a quiet village feel during the day and a buzzing tapas scene come evening. Welcoming a mix of trendy locals, university students and in-the-know tourists, this area attracts those looking to move away from the more standard Madrid neighbourhoods to one with a unique, creative flair. There's an abundance of independent stores and vintage shops, and this part of town has...

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Local restaurants, cafes, museums, sites and activities, recommended by our community of hosts and travel experts

Get a taste of the trendsetter life at Café Toma

Get a taste of the trendsetter life at Café Toma

Toma Café could very well be a coffee shop in Brooklyn or Portland. If you like your coffee sustainable, then you'll feel right at home in this hip establishment.

Dance at Sala Siroco

Dance at Sala Siroco

The go-to place to see both new and established musicians play, Siroco offers an intimate atmosphere and is a great place to bust some moves.

Taste the best of Argentinian cuisine at la Prodiga

Taste the best of Argentinian cuisine at la Prodiga

This gastro bar serves authentic Argentine cuisine that doesn't break the bank–plus, their empanadas are extraordinary.

Enjoy arepas at Matute

Enjoy arepas at Matute

An arepa is a way of life. Stuffed with various stews and different variations millions of people eat them every day. Matute is a good place to start.

A perfect place to start the night

A perfect place to start the night

This is one of those night clubs that pays special attention to good music, mainly indie and mod, a good atmosphere, and well located, with plenty of other clubs nearby if you want to move on.

Hang out like a local at Bodegas El Maño

Hang out like a local at Bodegas El Maño

This place has been around for almost a hundred years and if you're looking for a good tapas bar with a relaxed atmosphere, this is the place.

Enjoy Spanish artisanal beer at El Callejón de La Virgen

Enjoy Spanish artisanal beer at El Callejón de La Virgen

No tricks, no rush, just artisanal beer made with love in Madrid. That is the motto of La Virgen Beers and their urban bar in Conde Duque.

Sip a cocktail or two at Cafe Angelita

Sip a cocktail or two at Cafe Angelita

A street away from busy Gran Vía, Cafe Angelita is a project run by the Villalón Brothers. The drinks menu is impressive, the music is fantastic and the food is superb.

Start your day with a tortilla at Ojalá cafe

Start your day with a tortilla at Ojalá cafe

Ojalá is an eclectic cafe that's proud to serve a full English breakfast alongside Spanish tortillas. It's a cool, vibrant place where you can grab brunch late into the afternoon.

Tuck into the best tortillas at Pez Tortilla

Tuck into the best tortillas at Pez Tortilla

This place dedicates itself to tortillas and croquettes. Wash them all down with their impressive selection of specialty beers.

Stop for craft cocktails at 1862 Dry Bar

Stop for craft cocktails at 1862 Dry Bar

This cocktail bar is an austerely furnished drinking establishment with an expertly crafted menu and a cool crowd.

A classic in Madrid and also one of the bars with the longest history

A classic in Madrid and also one of the bars with the longest history

Having been open now for nearly thirty years. It has a large space with seating areas. There’s good music, which varies, depending on which day of the week you go.

Go for breakfast at Federal Cafe

Go for breakfast at Federal Cafe

A cosy cafe with strong wifi, and ample seating space both inside and outside, Federal is a great place to come for breakfast, lunch, or work.

Get into the spirit of Malasaña at La Dominga

Get into the spirit of Malasaña at La Dominga

A small vibrant restaurant that looks quite ordinary from the outside hides some of the most delicious street food that doesn't complicate–it simply impresses the tastebuds.

Rock and roll, punk and classics from the 50s, 60s, 70s…

Rock and roll, punk and classics from the 50s, 60s, 70s…

Back in 1979, an old coal cellar became the meeting point for the stars of Madrid's 1980s in scene, La Movida.

Explore Museo ABC's Graphic Art and Illustration Exhibitions

Explore Museo ABC's Graphic Art and Illustration Exhibitions

Discover a hidden gem in Madrid's vibrant art scene. Museo ABC showcases late 20th-century fashion paintings/designs, geometric art, and exhibitions of illustrations and Madrid's railway history. Pay what you think at this design-led museum.

Dine out at Musa Malasaña

Dine out at Musa Malasaña

This colourful restaurant is a wonderful place to grab a light bite or a delicious dinner. Don't forget to try their desserts – trust us, you won't be disappointed.

Enjoy excellent coffee at Misión Café

Enjoy excellent coffee at Misión Café

A self-professed brunch and bakery 'project', Misión Café is a hip little place to hang out. Be sure to try out their specialty coffees and spectacular almond croissants.

Booking policies


House Rules

Children welcome (1-12 years)

Infants welcome (under 12 months)

No pets

No parties or events

No smoking

Good to know

Arrival from 13:00

Departure before 11:00

No air con

No wifi

Cancellation policy

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    5

    days

    Cancel at least 5 days before your check-in date for a full refund.

  • Not eligible for a refund once your check-in date is under 5 days away.

Host


This home is managed by Mario

This home is managed directly by a business. A member of their staff will be your point of contact before and during your stay. Mario and his team hail from all over the world and have a love of travel. They have an amazing portfolio of homes across Spain and look after their guests with great care.

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