Anne Blunt “An aristocrat among Bedouins”
In Victorian England in 1837, Anne Isabelle King-Noel was born (married Anne Blunt) daughter of an illustrious family received a careful education, virtuoso for music, played the violin to perfection, not in vain possessed a Stradivarius baptized with her name, a skilled painter, spoke several languages and as a woman of her time she carried in her blood the traveling spirit of the time.
Maybe she also inherited from her grandfather Lord Byron the sensitivity and the pleasure to know other places and was enraptured by the Middle East, by the tales of the thousand and one nights … and by the precious Arabian horses of the Bedouin tribes.
Magnificent horsewoman rode through the Arabian desert, crossed the Nejd region, lived among Bedouins, was invited by exception of Sheikhs and Emirs, met Egypt, Mesopotamia, Syria, Algeria, India, traveled extensively through the Middle East retiring at the end of his life to Cairo with his beloved desert dying in 1917.
The apartment number eight has a large private patio where you can enjoy the tranquility in the open air. Structured in two rooms, living room, independent kitchen and bathroom, it guarantees a pleasant stay for larger families.
Bed type: 1 double bed, 2 twin beds and 1 sofa bed.