I wouldn't call this a traditional b&b due the number of rooms on, I think, four floors. Something like a small boutique hotel sounds better to me. However, nothing wrong with that! Room was on a small side but we knew that and coped for two days very well. Cleanliness is in very good level, but some wear can be seen. All the public areas are in beautiful shape. And the roof terrace with it's breakfast service is wonderful, what a way to start a day. Service was spot on with lots of information provided by Luigi. Area is great and hotel is on a nice traditional Italian alley....very peaceful but full of life.
We visited at the end of a busy 2 week vacation in Italy. We were welcomed by Luigi at the door who directed us to the allocated free parking and assisted us with our luggage from the car. He showed us around the hotel and to our room. He had a map ready for us with all sorts of restaurant and bar recommendations . The room was comfortable and clean with two small balconies overlooking the narrow street below. The location was great. Breakfast was included . The rate was very reasonable at 75€. Great value. Very friendly staff.
On arrival we were greeted and as well as being welcomes and shown to our room, we were informed of the many attractions and eating places in the vicinity. The premises are very conveniently and centrally located. They are easily found from the local bus stop about 3 kilometres from Formia port bus depot to which we had taken the courtesy bus from Formia railway station.. The driver was familiar with the premises and advised us where to get off.
I was stationed in Gaeta in the eighties when I was with the Sixth Fleet. I decided to come back for a visit with my wife and daughter and we stayed at Il Quartuccio. Absolutely amazing stay! The B & B is on Via Indipendenza, in the old part of town, what we sailors used to call Piccolo Alley! This is as quaint as it gets! The rooms are tiny, but comfortable and extremely clean. The windows and balconies all overlook the Via Indipendenza which is more like a tiny, cobble stoned, winding alley. You are in the heart of Gaeta and are rubbing shoulders with the locals. I love this place. The owners were very friendly and helpful. Parking in Gaeta can be a nightmare, but they have four spots for the hotel which are on a first come first served basis, but the owners will help you with parking permits. Use them. The police are very strict! There are numerous little bars and restaurants nearby as well as grocery, art, and souvenir shopping. I can't wait to come back!…
This is a tradional B&B, and if fantastic On arrival Luigi was so accomodating, firstly he told me to sit and relax whilst he helped my husband bring the car to his parking space which he kindly gave up so we didn't have to pay for parking, helped with our bags, showed us to the room. The room was spacious and had 2 balconys one off the bedroom and the other off the bathroom. During the warmer months breakfast (included) in on the rooftop terrace which was wonderful. The ladies serving were very pleasant and the food was beautifully presented and fresh, a typically contention breakfast. This was very enjoyable for an overnight stay