This beautiful loft is located in the charming and central Dorsoduro district, two minutes from the Academia Bridge and Peggy Guggenheim Museum. The loft has a beautiful open space kitchen, two bathrooms, a garden and comfortably sleeps four.
This beautiful loft is located in the charming and central Dorsoduro district, two minutes from the Academia Bridge and Peggy Guggenheim Museum. The loft resembles more a New York Style Loft with beautiful Art and Murano Glass Pieces. I run a great Italian Cooking School from home and so have a wonderful open space kitchen which has all of the equipment you could dream of. There is a private ensuite bedroom downstairs with access to the private garden/ terrace.
The loft is also my private residence so it has all my personal effects, collection of wines and foods so the outmost respect is requested.
In case of a no show, the total amount of the stay will be charged.
The apartment is only for 2 people maximum and no kids under the age of 18 or pets are allowed. This is just because of the fragile pieces of Murano Glass and art which are in the loft.
Every modification to the arrival date and time must be communicated in advance.
The use of the wifi internet offered by the owner of the apartment is subject to the following conditions:
“It is forbidden to use the internet connection for illegal purposes and we are not liable for possible illegal use of the internet from the subtenant/third parties".
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Passion for food: it’s these three words that sum up Enrica’s personality.
Venetian by origin but, for many years, adopted Swiss, South African and Londoner.
The Financial Times described her as the “Cooking Countess”, founder of an out of the ordinary cooking school; Gourmet Magazine judged her as one of the 10 best cooking schools in the world; L'Express, an experience to try.
After more than ten years at the helm of a surprising and unique cooking school, Enrica has decided to extend her style and passion to a line of personally selected products and a hospitality project in the Venetian countryside.
What they say about her..
Enrica Rocca runs a cooking school beyond the ordinary. She’s an Italian cook of note and a flamboyant and passionate chef and restaurateur. She has Italian cooking in her blood and a contagious zest for life and food. Her dishes use two or three ingredients at most, well chosen, cooked with simplicity and brought to the table with gusto. Measurements are made by eye, timing done by instinct. – David Baker – The Financial Times
Few people in our country know that Enrica Rocca is becoming the gastronomic amabassador of the world. – Silvia Bombelli – Sole 24 Ore
The school is housed inside the family palazzo. She begins her classes, which take no more than eight students, by saying: “I never have a recipe in mind before going shopping.” – Alexander Lobrano – Gourmet Magazine (also listed in the best cooking schools in the world, 2008)
To take part in one of her lessons is more similar to the idea of a party than a class and the view from your seat, experiencing the best food in Venice, is beyond price. – Mark C. O’Flaherty – The Indpendent UK.