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Locanda alla Antica Cereria

Via Slataper, 22 - Trieste (TS) - Area: city center | Map

Locanda alla Antica Cereria


Category
Holiday House

Rooms
9

Breakfast
not included

Bathroom
Ensuite
Accommodation and Rates
Conditions
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Conditions

Cancellation conditions (except for non-refundable rates)

You may cancel your booking up to 7 days before the check-in date. In the case of failure to show or late cancellation, the deposit or advance payment will not be refunded
The penalty varies depending on the time of cancellation
- from time of booking to 31 days before the check-in date, no penalty is charged;
- from 30 to 29 days before the check-in date, you will be charged a penalty of 0% of the total cost of the booking;
- from 28 to 27 days before the check-in date, you will be charged a penalty of 0% of the total cost of the booking;
- from 26 to 1 days before the check-in date, you will be charged a penalty of 0% of the total cost of the booking;
- A penalty of 1% of the entire cost of the stay is applied for failure to show or cancellation on day of arrival;

Payment terms

Balance to be paid at check-in
For non-refundable discounted rates, when the facility requires it, the guest must pay in advance as indicated to complete the booking. Payment is not refunded in the event of a cancellation.

Rules of the house

Check-in after 2:00 PM
Check-out before 11:00 AM
For a booking including breakfast, breakfast is served from 6:00 AM to 9:00 AM
Municipal tax of €2.00 per person per night is applicable up to 5 consecutive days maximum. Children aged under 18 do not pay municipal tax
Only first linen change is provided
Rooms cleaning is not provided during the stay
Final cleaning is included in the price
Extra room cleaning is available at a cost of €20.00
Meal preparation allowed in rooms
No guests allowed in rooms

Locanda Alla Antica Cereria 2

Maximum Guests: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Cozy studios (40 sq m), on the ground and first floor of a building right in the historical center of the city, across the Barbacan square, and at a 5 minutes walk to Piazza Unità d’Italia, in a very quiet and reserved area. The flats consist of a kitchen area with microwave and oven, a double bedroom plus a double sofa bed (for a total of four people), a bathroom with a shower stall, and a washing machine. The flats have just been renovated with quality furniture. Wifi, AC, and clean towels and bedsheets are provided too.
The space
The flats consist of a living area with a fully equipped kitchen (microwave, oven, electric kettle), table and chairs and a double sofa bed, and a double bedroom. The living room and the bedroom are partially separated, providing some privacy to larger groups. The bathroom is equipped with a washing machine and a shower stall.
Neighborhood overview
The neighborhood is extremely central, being the old town, an enchanting labyrinth of small streets surrounding the hill where, at the top, dominates the medieval San Giusto Castle. Here you can also find the Richard Arch (the old entrance to the citadel), Roman ruins, the medieval cathedral with stunning oriental frescoes, and the old guard tower Tor Cucherna. The location is excellent being halfway between Piazza Unità d’Italia, the heart of Trieste, and its central hill. The parking options are the free ones like in Via Capitolina or at Park San Giusto and at Stazione Marittima.
Getting around
The area is ideal for walking around (the street where the flat is pedestrian). Just a few meters away you can find the cozy San Michele garden, connected to the monumental complex of the Orto Lapidario Museum, where a collection of Roman ruins and ancient city walls can be admired, an oasis ideal for a stroll with your children and pets. We’ll provide you with a detailed map to easily reach by car our accommodation and to drop your luggage, as well as to find a parking place. From there you’ll have easy access to a plethora of city museums and city attractions.
Accommodation
Locanda Alla Antica Cereria 2 x 4
Maximum Guests: 4
Adults
Children
Children ages:
Breakfast
Breakfast not provided
Basic rate
A night minimum stay applies for this accommodation
No availability for this class of accommodations for the dates selected. View calendar

Locanda Alla Antica Cereria 3

Maximum Guests: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Cozy studios (40 sq m), on the ground and first floor of a building right in the historical center of the city, across the Barbacan square, and at a 5 minutes walk to Piazza Unità d’Italia, in a very quiet and reserved area. The flats consist of a kitchen area with microwave and oven, a double bedroom plus a double sofa bed (for a total of four people), a bathroom with a shower stall, and a washing machine. The flats have just been renovated with quality furniture. Wifi, AC, and clean towels and bedsheets are provided too.
The space
The flats consist of a living area with a fully equipped kitchen (microwave, oven, electric kettle), table and chairs and a double sofa bed, and a double bedroom. The living room and the bedroom are partially separated, providing some privacy to larger groups. The bathroom is equipped with a washing machine and a shower stall.
Neighborhood overview
The neighborhood is extremely central, being the old town, an enchanting labyrinth of small streets surrounding the hill where, at the top, dominates the medieval San Giusto Castle. Here you can also find the Richard Arch (the old entrance to the citadel), Roman ruins, the medieval cathedral with stunning oriental frescoes, and the old guard tower Tor Cucherna. The location is excellent being halfway between Piazza Unità d’Italia, the heart of Trieste, and its central hill. The parking options are the free ones like in Via Capitolina or at Park San Giusto and at Stazione Marittima.
Getting around
The area is ideal for walking around (the street where the flat is pedestrian). Just a few meters away you can find the cozy San Michele garden, connected to the monumental complex of the Orto Lapidario Museum, where a collection of Roman ruins and ancient city walls can be admired, an oasis ideal for a stroll with your children and pets. We’ll provide you with a detailed map to easily reach by car our accommodation and to drop your luggage, as well as to find a parking place. From there you’ll have easy access to a plethora of city museums and city attractions.
Accommodation
Locanda Alla Antica Cereria 3 x 4
Maximum Guests: 4
Adults
Children
Children ages:
Breakfast
Breakfast not provided
Basic rate
A night minimum stay applies for this accommodation
No availability for this class of accommodations for the dates selected. View calendar

Locanda Alla Antica Cereria 4

Maximum Guests: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Cozy studios (40 sq m), on the ground and first floor of a building right in the historical center of the city, across the Barbacan square, and at a 5 minutes walk to Piazza Unità d’Italia, in a very quiet and reserved area. The flats consist of a kitchen area with microwave and oven, a double bedroom plus a double sofa bed (for a total of four people), a bathroom with a shower stall, and a washing machine. The flats have just been renovated with quality furniture. Wifi, AC, and clean towels and bedsheets are provided too.
The space
The flats consist of a living area with a fully equipped kitchen (microwave, oven, electric kettle), table and chairs and a double sofa bed, and a double bedroom. The living room and the bedroom are partially separated, providing some privacy to larger groups. The bathroom is equipped with a washing machine and a shower stall.
Neighborhood overview
The neighborhood is extremely central, being the old town, an enchanting labyrinth of small streets surrounding the hill where, at the top, dominates the medieval San Giusto Castle. Here you can also find the Richard Arch (the old entrance to the citadel), Roman ruins, the medieval cathedral with stunning oriental frescoes, and the old guard tower Tor Cucherna. The location is excellent being halfway between Piazza Unità d’Italia, the heart of Trieste, and its central hill. The parking options are the free ones like in Via Capitolina or at Park San Giusto and at Stazione Marittima.
Getting around
The area is ideal for walking around (the street where the flat is pedestrian). Just a few meters away you can find the cozy San Michele garden, connected to the monumental complex of the Orto Lapidario Museum, where a collection of Roman ruins and ancient city walls can be admired, an oasis ideal for a stroll with your children and pets. We’ll provide you with a detailed map to easily reach by car our accommodation and to drop your luggage, as well as to find a parking place. From there you’ll have easy access to a plethora of city museums and city attractions.
Accommodation
Locanda Alla Antica Cereria 4 x 4
Maximum Guests: 4
Adults
Children
Children ages:
Breakfast
Breakfast not provided
Basic rate
A night minimum stay applies for this accommodation
No availability for this class of accommodations for the dates selected. View calendar

Casa Trauner 1 James Joyce

Maximum Guests: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Casa Trauner is a short walk from Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia, Europe's largest square to open onto the sea. Also a short distance away, one can admire architecture from Trieste's earliest history in the form of the Arco di Riccardo and the Teatro Romano, built at a time when the city was known as Tergeste. Moving from the Roman amphitheatre to the Grand Canal, you will be able to admire the numerous places of worship, home to a variety of religious denominations, evidence of the city's long-standing cosmopolitan nature. Once satiated architecturally, you might take a moment to enjoy coffee at one of the city's many literary cafés. Choices include the cafés Tommaseo, Tergesteo, Torinese, Antico Caffè San Marco, Caffè degli Specchi and finally Caffè Pirona, at whose tables Joyce composed Ulysses. Only here will you be able to try one of the many typical Triestine blends, allowing the Triestine baristi to amaze you with the variety on offer. After your coffee experience, you will be ready to embark on a journey around the city centre's shops, of which there are every sort. When you find yourselves famished from abundant perusal of the city's merchants' wares, you will surely find comfort in a table garnished with Triestine specialities. Such favourite fare includes: ham cooked in crusted bread; the famous Jota soup, cooked with beans, sour krauts and potato; stewed meats reminiscent of the Austro-Hungarian era; fish caught out in the Gulf and brought to table; all of which may be accompanied by a typical Karst wine and followed by a rich local desert.
Lastly, though hardly leastly, you can end your procession through the cities streets by stepping out along Audace Pier to take in the sight of Carso's descent into the sea from a special viewpoint.
Surveying the panorama of the city before and behind you, straddling the sea, you may well understand where those who sang of Trieste found their voices.
Five comfortable apartments, each disposed of internal space measuring 60m2, fully furnished, accommodating from 1 to 4 people and inclusive of:
Living area with kitchen, furnished with dining table and chairs, refrigerator, microwave oven, hob plate and essential cooking and dining accessories
Kettle/Teapot
Double sofa bed in the living room
Bedroom furnished with double bed
Hypoallergenic cushions, pillows and quilts
Private bathroom equipped with shower, hairdryer, curtesy toiletry set, terry bath towels and robes
WIFI Internet connection
LCD satellite TV
Air conditioning/Central heating
Washing machine on the ground and the first floors for longer stays
Iron and ironing board (available on request)
Oakwood floors (the ground floor is the only exception, where we have gres porcelain tiles, which are ideal for guests with domestic animals)
Reinforced entrance door
All the apartments are situated in pedestrian zones
Accommodation
Casa Trauner 1 James Joyce x 4
Maximum Guests: 4
Adults
Children
Children ages:
Breakfast
Breakfast not provided
Basic rate
A night minimum stay applies for this accommodation
No availability for this class of accommodations for the dates selected. View calendar

Casa Trauner 2 Rilke

Maximum Guests: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Casa Trauner is a short walk from Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia, Europe's largest square to open onto the sea. Also a short distance away, one can admire architecture from Trieste's earliest history in the form of the Arco di Riccardo and the Teatro Romano, built at a time when the city was known as Tergeste. Moving from the Roman amphitheatre to the Grand Canal, you will be able to admire the numerous places of worship, home to a variety of religious denominations, evidence of the city's long-standing cosmopolitan nature. Once satiated architecturally, you might take a moment to enjoy coffee at one of the city's many literary cafés. Choices include the cafés Tommaseo, Tergesteo, Torinese, Antico Caffè San Marco, Caffè degli Specchi and finally Caffè Pirona, at whose tables Joyce composed Ulysses. Only here will you be able to try one of the many typical Triestine blends, allowing the Triestine baristi to amaze you with the variety on offer. After your coffee experience, you will be ready to embark on a journey around the city centre's shops, of which there are every sort. When you find yourselves famished from abundant perusal of the city's merchants' wares, you will surely find comfort in a table garnished with Triestine specialities. Such favourite fare includes: ham cooked in crusted bread; the famous Jota soup, cooked with beans, sour krauts and potato; stewed meats reminiscent of the Austro-Hungarian era; fish caught out in the Gulf and brought to table; all of which may be accompanied by a typical Karst wine and followed by a rich local desert.
Lastly, though hardly leastly, you can end your procession through the cities streets by stepping out along Audace Pier to take in the sight of Carso's descent into the sea from a special viewpoint.
Surveying the panorama of the city before and behind you, straddling the sea, you may well understand where those who sang of Trieste found their voices.
Five comfortable apartments, each disposed of internal space measuring 60m2, fully furnished, accommodating from 1 to 4 people and inclusive of:
Living area with kitchen, furnished with dining table and chairs, refrigerator, microwave oven, hob plate and essential cooking and dining accessories
Kettle/Teapot
Double sofa bed in the living room
Bedroom furnished with double bed
Hypoallergenic cushions, pillows and quilts
Private bathroom equipped with shower, hairdryer, curtesy toiletry set, terry bath towels and robes
WIFI Internet connection
LCD satellite TV
Air conditioning/Central heating
Washing machine on the ground and the first floors for longer stays
Iron and ironing board (available on request)
Oakwood floors (the ground floor is the only exception, where we have gres porcelain tiles, which are ideal for guests with domestic animals)
Reinforced entrance door
All the apartments are situated in pedestrian zones
Accommodation
Casa Trauner 2 Rilke x 4
Maximum Guests: 4
Adults
Children
Children ages:
Breakfast
Breakfast not provided
Basic rate
A night minimum stay applies for this accommodation
No availability for this class of accommodations for the dates selected. View calendar

Casa Trauner 3 Slataper

Maximum Guests: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Casa Trauner is a short walk from Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia, Europe's largest square to open onto the sea. Also a short distance away, one can admire architecture from Trieste's earliest history in the form of the Arco di Riccardo and the Teatro Romano, built at a time when the city was known as Tergeste. Moving from the Roman amphitheatre to the Grand Canal, you will be able to admire the numerous places of worship, home to a variety of religious denominations, evidence of the city's long-standing cosmopolitan nature. Once satiated architecturally, you might take a moment to enjoy coffee at one of the city's many literary cafés. Choices include the cafés Tommaseo, Tergesteo, Torinese, Antico Caffè San Marco, Caffè degli Specchi and finally Caffè Pirona, at whose tables Joyce composed Ulysses. Only here will you be able to try one of the many typical Triestine blends, allowing the Triestine baristi to amaze you with the variety on offer. After your coffee experience, you will be ready to embark on a journey around the city centre's shops, of which there are every sort. When you find yourselves famished from abundant perusal of the city's merchants' wares, you will surely find comfort in a table garnished with Triestine specialities. Such favourite fare includes: ham cooked in crusted bread; the famous Jota soup, cooked with beans, sour krauts and potato; stewed meats reminiscent of the Austro-Hungarian era; fish caught out in the Gulf and brought to table; all of which may be accompanied by a typical Karst wine and followed by a rich local desert.
Lastly, though hardly leastly, you can end your procession through the cities streets by stepping out along Audace Pier to take in the sight of Carso's descent into the sea from a special viewpoint.
Surveying the panorama of the city before and behind you, straddling the sea, you may well understand where those who sang of Trieste found their voices.
Five comfortable apartments, each disposed of internal space measuring 60m2, fully furnished, accommodating from 1 to 4 people and inclusive of:
Living area with kitchen, furnished with dining table and chairs, refrigerator, microwave oven, hob plate and essential cooking and dining accessories
Kettle/Teapot
Double sofa bed in the living room
Bedroom furnished with double bed
Hypoallergenic cushions, pillows and quilts
Private bathroom equipped with shower, hairdryer, curtesy toiletry set, terry bath towels and robes
WIFI Internet connection
LCD satellite TV
Air conditioning/Central heating
Washing machine on the ground and the first floors for longer stays
Iron and ironing board (available on request)
Oakwood floors (the ground floor is the only exception, where we have gres porcelain tiles, which are ideal for guests with domestic animals)
Reinforced entrance door
All the apartments are situated in pedestrian zones
Accommodation
Casa Trauner 3 Slataper x 4
Maximum Guests: 4
Adults
Children
Children ages:
Breakfast
Breakfast not provided
Basic rate
A night minimum stay applies for this accommodation
No availability for this class of accommodations for the dates selected. View calendar

Casa Trauner 4 Svevo

Maximum Guests: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Casa Trauner is a short walk from Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia, Europe's largest square to open onto the sea. Also a short distance away, one can admire architecture from Trieste's earliest history in the form of the Arco di Riccardo and the Teatro Romano, built at a time when the city was known as Tergeste. Moving from the Roman amphitheatre to the Grand Canal, you will be able to admire the numerous places of worship, home to a variety of religious denominations, evidence of the city's long-standing cosmopolitan nature. Once satiated architecturally, you might take a moment to enjoy coffee at one of the city's many literary cafés. Choices include the cafés Tommaseo, Tergesteo, Torinese, Antico Caffè San Marco, Caffè degli Specchi and finally Caffè Pirona, at whose tables Joyce composed Ulysses. Only here will you be able to try one of the many typical Triestine blends, allowing the Triestine baristi to amaze you with the variety on offer. After your coffee experience, you will be ready to embark on a journey around the city centre's shops, of which there are every sort. When you find yourselves famished from abundant perusal of the city's merchants' wares, you will surely find comfort in a table garnished with Triestine specialities. Such favourite fare includes: ham cooked in crusted bread; the famous Jota soup, cooked with beans, sour krauts and potato; stewed meats reminiscent of the Austro-Hungarian era; fish caught out in the Gulf and brought to table; all of which may be accompanied by a typical Karst wine and followed by a rich local desert.
Lastly, though hardly leastly, you can end your procession through the cities streets by stepping out along Audace Pier to take in the sight of Carso's descent into the sea from a special viewpoint.
Surveying the panorama of the city before and behind you, straddling the sea, you may well understand where those who sang of Trieste found their voices.
Five comfortable apartments, each disposed of internal space measuring 60m2, fully furnished, accommodating from 1 to 4 people and inclusive of:
Living area with kitchen, furnished with dining table and chairs, refrigerator, microwave oven, hob plate and essential cooking and dining accessories
Kettle/Teapot
Double sofa bed in the living room
Bedroom furnished with double bed
Hypoallergenic cushions, pillows and quilts
Private bathroom equipped with shower, hairdryer, curtesy toiletry set, terry bath towels and robes
WIFI Internet connection
LCD satellite TV
Air conditioning/Central heating
Washing machine on the ground and the first floors for longer stays
Iron and ironing board (available on request)
Oakwood floors (the ground floor is the only exception, where we have gres porcelain tiles, which are ideal for guests with domestic animals)
Reinforced entrance door
All the apartments are situated in pedestrian zones
Accommodation
Casa Trauner 4 Svevo x 4
Maximum Guests: 4
Adults
Children
Children ages:
Breakfast
Breakfast not provided
Basic rate
A night minimum stay applies for this accommodation
No availability for this class of accommodations for the dates selected. View calendar

Casa Trauner 5 Umberto Saba

Maximum Guests: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Casa Trauner is a short walk from Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia, Europe's largest square to open onto the sea. Also a short distance away, one can admire architecture from Trieste's earliest history in the form of the Arco di Riccardo and the Teatro Romano, built at a time when the city was known as Tergeste. Moving from the Roman amphitheatre to the Grand Canal, you will be able to admire the numerous places of worship, home to a variety of religious denominations, evidence of the city's long-standing cosmopolitan nature. Once satiated architecturally, you might take a moment to enjoy coffee at one of the city's many literary cafés. Choices include the cafés Tommaseo, Tergesteo, Torinese, Antico Caffè San Marco, Caffè degli Specchi and finally Caffè Pirona, at whose tables Joyce composed Ulysses. Only here will you be able to try one of the many typical Triestine blends, allowing the Triestine baristi to amaze you with the variety on offer. After your coffee experience, you will be ready to embark on a journey around the city centre's shops, of which there are every sort. When you find yourselves famished from abundant perusal of the city's merchants' wares, you will surely find comfort in a table garnished with Triestine specialities. Such favourite fare includes: ham cooked in crusted bread; the famous Jota soup, cooked with beans, sour krauts and potato; stewed meats reminiscent of the Austro-Hungarian era; fish caught out in the Gulf and brought to table; all of which may be accompanied by a typical Karst wine and followed by a rich local desert.
Lastly, though hardly leastly, you can end your procession through the cities streets by stepping out along Audace Pier to take in the sight of Carso's descent into the sea from a special viewpoint.
Surveying the panorama of the city before and behind you, straddling the sea, you may well understand where those who sang of Trieste found their voices.
Five comfortable apartments, each disposed of internal space measuring 60m2, fully furnished, accommodating from 1 to 4 people and inclusive of:
Living area with kitchen, furnished with dining table and chairs, refrigerator, microwave oven, hob plate and essential cooking and dining accessories
Kettle/Teapot
Double sofa bed in the living room
Bedroom furnished with double bed
Hypoallergenic cushions, pillows and quilts
Private bathroom equipped with shower, hairdryer, curtesy toiletry set, terry bath towels and robes
WIFI Internet connection
LCD satellite TV
Air conditioning/Central heating
Washing machine on the ground and the first floors for longer stays
Iron and ironing board (available on request)
Oakwood floors (the ground floor is the only exception, where we have gres porcelain tiles, which are ideal for guests with domestic animals)
Reinforced entrance door
All the apartments are situated in pedestrian zones
Accommodation
Casa Trauner 5 Umberto Saba x 4
Maximum Guests: 4
Adults
Children
Children ages:
Breakfast
Breakfast not provided
Basic rate
A night minimum stay applies for this accommodation
No availability for this class of accommodations for the dates selected. View calendar
from 50 € (1 night / 2 guests)
Conditions for pets staying in this facility:
Pets of small size
Well-behaved, not aggressive or noisy
Features
  • Pets Allowed
*Declared by the Innkeeper

Various information

  • Pets allowed

Locanda alla Antica Cereria

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