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FULL RENTAL RURAL HOUSES AND APARTMENTS WITH FIREPLACE WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY THE COLD WINTER

Rusticae has the best selection of self catering cottages and apartments with fireplaces that will make winter getaways much more palatable. Few scenarios are as tempting as hanging out in front of a fireplace. The fire exerts a hypnotizing influence on the observer and with the arrival of the low temperatures our desire to curl up under the blanket in front of a good lit fire increases.
Fireplaces have a lot of magic and throughout history, literature, photography, art and even cinema have paid tribute to them. For this reason, we offer you a plan that will be the perfect complement to your reservation in any of our rural houses for rent and apartments with fireplace.
Next we will tell you about the most famous fireplaces in cinema. Those that became one more protagonist of the following films:

Mary Poppins (1964):
The life of an English family made up of a banker father, a suffragette mother and two rebellious children - who seek to attract the attention of their parents by making life impossible for all nannies - will be altered with the arrival of Mary Poppins, an extravagant governess who comes down from the clouds using her umbrella as a parachute.
Debut and Oscar for Julie Andrews in this family movie classic that once broke box office records. A magical babysitter and catchy songs that will delight the children of the house. The chimney sweep Bert and the chimney of the house and those of the roofs of London are one more protagonist of this masterpiece for children.
Harry Potter (2001-2011):
Harry Potter is a series of fantastic novels written by British author J. K. Rowling, which describes the adventures of the young apprentice of magic and wizardry. Harry Potter and his friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, during their years at Hogwarts College of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The plot centers on the fight between Harry Potter and the evil wizard Lord Voldemort, who murdered Harry's parents in their quest to conquer the wizarding world.
Chimneys play an important role in this saga as they serve magicians as a means of transportation.
Titanic (1997):
Jack (DiCaprio), a young artist, wins a ticket in a card game to travel to America on the Titanic, the largest and safest ocean liner ever built. On board he meets Rose (Kate Winslet), a young woman from a good family who has come unless he is going to contract a marriage of convenience with Cal (Billy Zane), a conceited millionaire who is only interested in the prestigious surname of his fiancee. Jack and Rose fall in love, but her fiancé and her mother put all kinds of obstacles in their relationship. Meanwhile, the gigantic and luxurious ocean liner approaches a huge iceberg. In everyone's memory are the gigantic chimneys that led to the engine room and the beautiful fireplace in the living room in front of which Thomas Andrews informs Rose of the sinking of the ship.
Gone with the Wind (1939):
Georgia, 1861. Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) lives in the elegant southern mansion of Tara, the most beautiful, whimsical and selfish young woman in the region. She sighs for the love of Ashley (Leslie Howard), but he is engaged to his cousin, the sweet and kind Melanie (Olivia de Havilland). At the last party before the outbreak of the Civil War (1861-1865), Scarlett meets the cynical and handsome Rhett Butler (Clark Gable), an arrogant and adventurous vividor who thinks only of himself and has no intention of participate in the contest. All he wants is to get rich and conquer the heart of the beautiful Scarlett.
Famous is the scene in which the protagonist, full of rage, throws a glass of wine against the fireplace.
The Pianist (2002):
Wladyslaw Szpilman (Adrien Brody), a brilliant Polish pianist of Jewish origin, lives with his family in the Warsaw ghetto. When the Germans invaded Poland in 1939, he managed to avoid deportation thanks to the help of some friends. But you will have to live in hiding and completely isolated for a long time, and to survive you will have to face constant dangers.
Iconic is the scene where the protagonist plays a piece of Chopin in front of a German officer, who will save his life.
We encourage you to see them in front of a good fire when you book any of the full rental cottages and apartments with fireplace that we offer you from Rusticae.