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A quality B&B in Sarzana (SP)


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- A brief description of our Bed & Breakfast -

  • Plunged into the greenery Total relax

    Our B&B is only 900 metres far from the city centre of Sarzana, plunged into the greenery and surrounded by a 2500 square metre garden, which offers space for fun and relax.

  • A large GardenFlowers and plants, seasonal scents

    Large garden with fruit trees available to customers. Surrounded by nature for total relaxation

  • Comfortable bedrooms

    Our B&B offers a variety of rooms, either with precious old-fashioned furniture or with a more contemporary design, as in the case of the "relax room" equipped with jacuzzi, for the lovers of well-being.

  • Main entrance Easy access to the B&B

    Independent main entrance, easy access with parking inside the structure. The rooms are on the first floor.

  • Large balcony for your summer breakfast

    Our B & amp; B has a large balcony with an inlaid marble table and wrought iron where you can have breakfast.

  • Private parking Your car in a safe place

    Private parking included in the room rate. Our facility provides space for 5/6 cars simultaneously.


About our B&B

Detached house plunged into the greenery, situated at about 900 metres away from the city centre of Sarzana. Easy to be reached on foot.

Routine breakfast can be changed, according to the guests’ needs or wishes, upon request. /p>

Useful information about our B&B

The B&B owners are glad to give information about the town and the surrounding places; they can share hobbies such as chess, draughts, backgammon and burraco, talk about gardening or exchange recipes.

Our B&B respects the environment and is endowed with the most recent ecological technologies: photovoltaic system, solar panels, pellet hydro stove, heat insulation coating and double glazing.

  • Small pets, if well behaved, are welcome.
  • English, French and Spanish are spoken.
  • Lessons of Italian, English, Gym and cooking can be arranged, run by qualified and experienced teachers.

Wifi area

Italian breakfast

Private parking


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Reviews

  • " Great stay, friendly and helpful staff. Comfortable rooms, value for money!"
    by Marco
  • "Bed and breakfast near the centre of Sarzana, honest price, wonderful breakfast. Total relaxion".
    by Francesca
  • "Easy to find, nice rooms, quiet neighborhood. The best choice for a weekend getaway from the city stress"
    by Leonardo

Our rooms

- A short visit to our rooms-

  • Classic room

  • Classic room

  • Classic room

79per night

Classic roomClassic furnishings in a mix of soft, relaxing colors

Classic room with wrought iron bed and side tables. Comfortable and wide, suitable for a good rest, far from everyday stress. This bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with shower, possibility of adding an extra bed, breakfast, WI-FI connection, parking space.

  • 79 euros for the couple
  • 15 euros for an extra bed
  • Superior room

  • Superior room

  • hydromassage

89per night

Superior roomThe relaxation of a Spa with jacuzzi

Superior bedroom especially designed for your relaxation with a corner for essential oil diffusion, cold drinks and snacks. Comfortable and wide, space for an extra bed, endowed with a spacious bathroom with marble top, jacuzzi bathtub. WI-FI connection, breakfast and parking space.

  • 89 euros for the couple
  • 15 euros for the extra bed
Room Type Price 1 night
Old Fashion 69€
Classic 79€
Superior 89€

Excursions

- Here is a selection of the most beautiful locations within easy reach -


Day trip suggestions

Ideas for excursions to the most beautiful places in the neighbourhood

Culture and tourism

Sarzana: history, wine and food
Sarzana, a small Medieval town with about 20.000 inhabitants, lies in the centre of the Magra Valley, in the heart of Lunigiana, and comes from the ancient Roman town of Luni. The walled 16th century village has preserved four towers and two gates: Porta Romana and Porta Parma, connected by the town high street that was once part of the Via Francigena. Places to be visited: the Fortress of Sarzanello, symbol of the town, St. Mary’s Cathedral with the famous Crucifix by Mastro Guglielmo. St. Andrew’s Church (10th cent.) with a crypt, the Firmafede Citadel made by the Medicis, the Roman Anphitheatre with the Museum and Archaeological excavations. Sarzana offers quite a number of important events: the Acoustic Guitar, the Calandriniana, the Festival of the Mind, Spiros Argiris, the Loft in the Street, Books on the Road, Sarzana at table, the Hazelnut Fair, the AVIS Trophy, and more. The sea is about 6 Kms far from the town and the coastline offers both rocky places with crystalline water, ideal for divers, and sandy beaches suitable for children and relax. With the passing of time, Lunigiana, and Sarzana in particular, has become the “melting pot” of different cooking methods. The result is a mixture of strong and delicate flavours and dishes which, even though often refined, are mostly made with very simple and plain ingredients. Typical dishes are: vegetable pies, in particular la scarpazza, i testaroli, i panigacci, il pesto, gli sgabei, la farinata, i buccellati, la spongata, la pattona, la torta di farro, la torta scema, il castagnaccio. The Vermentino of Colli di Luni is a wine worth mentioning… and trying. Its straw yellow colour is clear and defined and matches very well with appetizers, vegetable pies and cold cuts.
Fiascherino and Tellaro
Fiascherino and Tellaro, with the house of D.H. Lawrence, are two beautiful village by the sea, near Lerici. In particular, Tellaro has a beautiful old town centre perched on a small rocky promontory.
La Spezia
La Spezia with the Museo Lia, Naval Museum, Museum of Archaeology, Ethnography, the Castle of St. George, is the administrative centre of the Province. In recent years it has been rediscovering its tourism vocation.
Portovenere
Portovenere with the Cave of Byron. It is known as the "pearl" of the Gulf of Poets. The village of Portovenere is located at the southern end of a peninsula, which, breaking away from the jagged coastline of the Riviera di Levante, goes to form the western shore of the Gulf of La Spezia, also called "Gulf of Poets". At the end of this peninsula there are three small islands: Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto. Only the island Palmaria, which lies directly opposite Portovenere beyond a narrow strip of sea, is minimally inhabited. The area is known for its very popular beaches, with crystal clear water and the strong current of the Ligurian Sea, that near the coast suddenly reaches discrete depth. Worth seeing are the beaches of the northwest side of the island Palmaria, also cited in the Blue Guide of the Italian Touring Club and Legambiente. The old village of Portovere, the cliffs and the islands of the archipelago are part of the Regional Natural Park of Portovenere, managed by the town council of Portovenere
The Islands
The islands of Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto (the latter can only be visited once a year)
Carrara and the marble quarries
The marble quarries of Carrara are located in the Natural Park of the Apuan Alps. Marble quarries, where the excavation and processing of the precious white Carrara marble have been taking place since 177 B.C (with the Roman conquest of the Apuan land), can be of two types: open-air or underground. For the way in which the marble is taken, the depth of the perspective of the mountains' walls, the wide spaces, the symmetrical precision of the various levels of excavation, the mountains look like the terraces of spectacular amphitheatres. The extraction of marble out of these mountains has undergone a constant evolution all over the centuries: from the primitive wooden wedges used by the Romans, later followed by a system of cut,up to the revolutionary helical wire and, finally, the diamond wire, so effective and dangerous at the same time. Amongst the clefts of the quarries and steep "ravaneti" (natural dumps all along the mountains' slopes where all the debris of marble are collected) still survive the heroism, the strain and the sacrifice of the miners whom, with tenacity and ability, still continue to demolish these mountains by cutting, shattering and taking them apar,t piece by piece, in small blocks, and then send them all over world.

Culture and tourism

Lerici and San Terenzo
Two locations, both part of the Gulf of Poets, celebrated by writers such as Shelley, Byron, Mary Shelley, DH Lawrence, George Sand. Known as "Gulf of the Poets" because many poets and artists were struck by the beauty of the natural amphitheatre formed here by the sea. Worth visiting the Geo-Paleontological Museum of Lerici
Cinque Terre
Accessible by ferry, boat or train. A real must see.
Lunigiana
Fosdinovo and the Malaspina Castle, famous for its ghost legend Pontremoli and the Stele Statue Museum The Medieval castles scattered in the tiny villages of the surrounding hills
Versilia
Famous both for its cultural life (see “La Versiliana”, a gorgeous historic villa, now a meeting event for prominent artists and intellectuals) and for leisure opportunities with its various and famous restaurants, disco pubs and nightclubs
The cities of art
Lucca, Pisa, Florence, Genoa, Carrara, Parma. They can all be reached on a one-day trip
The Parks
The Park of Monte Marcello, the Park of the Apuane Alps, the fluvial Park of the Magra River.
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