Did you know that here in Florence you have the possibility to keep you informed on the latest news of the city?
An independent, free press, The Florentine is the longest-running English-language publication in Florence, printed in 10,000 copies every two weeks, and consulted online by over a quarter of a million readers each year. You can find it everywhere in town, from the newspapers stands to the main landmarks in town, always free of charge.
A few months ago we had the pleasure to host three very kind womens in our B&B, which attended a class in a well renowned art academy situated close by our B&B. We meet always different people, coming for different reasons, but this visit was particular and we enjoyed it so much!
Marguerita, one of these ladies, made us the pleasure to give us one of her works, to share with the fans of our B&b. As you can see, the paint is really beautiful!
Here a Tripadvisor revew from a recent guest, thank you Felicia!
We spent 2 nites with our group of 9. We stayed in 4 of their 5 rooms. It was great. The architecture and remodel is quaint and beautiful, The rooms were perfect for us. The hosts were kind, professional and helpful both before and after we arrived. The arranged several gallery tickets for us ahead of time. Very clean and everything top quality. The breakfast was excellent, beautiful and plenty. The location was excellent. Close enough to easily walk to everything. If I return to Florence, This would be my first choice for a place to stay.
Here there is another review from the website Tripadvisor:
This B&B was just as charming as it appeared in the photos on their website. Alfredo and the gang were super friendly and made us feel at home. The Light Blue room with two twin beds is so cozy and was perfect for two sisters. Great bath – lots of hot water – lovely decor – spotlessly clean – quality linens. Ample space for clothes and other items. read more…
Today we have been recognized by the website LanierBB.com as B&B most romantic of 2012! We are grateful for this and we hope to keep this way, and personally I think mainly due to our suite, the Red Room, beautifully decorated by Alfredo to make all lovers feel at ease .
Before 1861 every Italian city had its own self-representation and identity that held together historical and cultural elements, artfully displayed in this exhibition, dedicated to Italy and to the identity of its firsts capitals before the Unification. This exhibition take a picture of these differences, but also ties, unique, artistic and cultural, between the capitals of many Italie.
If you are interested in participating, remember that our B&B is just 10min walk from the Pitti Palace.