We don’t often stay at B&Bs but I’m glad we didn’t give La Luna nel Pozzo a pass! It’s a little way off from the city center, which makes it a nice, quiet place to unwind. The air here is fresh, and there’s an open area out back to kick back and unwind over a light meal. Our hosts were so hospitable that it felt like home. Decor is old rustic charming, and definitely something to look out for. Extremely clean too - really well-maintained. We got a room on the top floor, which pretty much got us a private bathroom, 2 bedrooms with a king sized bed each. The beds were super comfortable - excellent mattresses - did not notice when my partner move. Hot running water meant we came home to a proper hot bath every evening. Breakfast is homemade, prepared freshly by our hosts, and the mini pizzas are to die for (I’m on a low carb diet and broke it because they were that good!) Being an old farmhouse, visitors will want to know this - 1. It’s far off from the city center enough that you’ll want to come and go in a rental car. 2. If you come in a rental, have a small suitcase with the stuff you’ll need for the stay or you’ll end up hauling a large suitcase up 3 floors. Nonetheless, this B&B is a must-stay if you’re ever in the area. It is a wonderful experience in and of itself, highly recommended!…
What a discovery. We stayed in the apartment with our two small kids and I would definitely come back. Enjoyed the space and kitchen is well equipped. The welcoming was friendly, very warm. A real home feeling. Close to parma center but you will need a car to move around.
Parma isn't the most famous touristic place in Italy, most people think. But when you have been in la luna nel pozzo with Anna-Maria and Michele it will become a place, you won't forget! It's not a hotel or a hostel, its more like coming home to your family. This couple is the perfect example for hospitality. So lovely ❤️. An the property is unique, the family history of Anna-Maria has a tight connection with the house. And the Two love kids and they have 2 nice dogs .... La luna nel pozzo makes parma worth a visit - grazie mille e tanti cari saluti ... Barbara, Philippe e Liv
On our way back to home, we stayed at Anna- Marie B&B which turned out to be an unexpected excellent place for a stop. The rooms are very nicely decorated, beautiful house a bit outside Parma but therefore very quiet. By car, the city center is about 15-20 minutes away. Full breakfast outside with lots of homemade jam and bread. I certainly can recommend this place.
We live abroad and go back to our hometown in central Italy few times a year by car. This is our new preferred pit-stop in our road trips: it's like passing by home before getting home. Authentic cosy family atmosphere in the beautiful Parma. It's also a perfect context to enjoy some of our favorite traditional food from the region. Thanks!!!