This is a lovely apartment, spacious with two eating spaces, large loungeroom, two bathrooms and a long sunny balcony overlooking the canal - great place to stand with a cuppa in the morning or a wine in the evening. It's in an old building but with modern conveniences. The apartment is also rich with interesting artworks, lovely furniture and many (Italian) books. It's in a good location, a bit off the tourist track yet with easy access to major sites. Simon, manager of the apartment for our hosts, was very friendly, welcoming, helpful and obliging. He was happy to wait for us when we were later arriving than expected, he gave us good tips for eating out (including, when asked, a place the locals patronise, across the canal and just beyond Tre Archi), and he enabled us to leave our luggage in a room downstairs after checkout until it was time ro catch our train. We were here for six days and found the week-long vaporetta pass a great help ( bought at local newsagent/tabac/cafe a few doors back towards Guglio bridge). Good gelateria nearby in the street. Fun to check out the shops and market stalls in street at right angles to this one running left from Guglio Bridge. At the beginning of that street is a restaurant with a lovely garden out the back and piano player on weekends. At the end of that street at the left is a big supermarket that centuries before was a theatre and still has frescoed ceilings. A special aspect was close proximity via little laneways to the 15th century Jewish ghetto with its synagogues, memorials, museum and shops. It was enlightening to visit the museum with a tour guide who outlined the fascinating and shocking history. Like why Jews were money lenders but not architects, how they had to pay the guards who locked them in at midnight, how in 17th century the ghetto was liberated so most Jews left it so few remain, how in WWII Jews were plucked from houses, schools, hospitals and sent to their death). Great to wander the area and see the old buildings and wells. There were four of us, a couple and two singles. The third room with its single bed has no window, but there is such light in the apartment, especially with balcony doors open, that this was not a problem.