I stayed here in March 2013 and felt wonderfully!
The owner is a VERY kind person, as much as the other person who helps him.
I read some bad reviews about this place and totally disagree: the property has been totally renewed and there are no restoration works on-going any more.
Everything is totally NEW: the furniture is stylish, mixing old ‘800 wooden tables, wardrobes and details, with contemporary elements. The overall look is stunning, and makes feel really comfortable.
The B&B has 3 bedrooms: one with private bathroom, the other 2 (both are double rooms) have a common bathroom, always super-clean. It is so clean that you can’t even think of leaving a visible water drop in the shower, really, you feel you must honour the beauty of the space and take maximum care of it in order to allow other guests the same feeling.
The furniture is supermodern and absolutely shining.
I'm a ligh sleeper and slept very well, location is silent and secluded from the street.
Breakfast is very nice: a table full of biscuits, delicious jams single portion, cereals is waiting for you, along with self made coffee with Italian Moka, and top quality teas.
Nothing is fresh or hand made, but the quality of the food provided is anyway very high.
Table dressing shows lots of care.
2 things to improve: 1) the website, photos are very nice, but the graphic style is out-of-date. I wish it was easier and not Flash made; 2) information to guests about silence at night: suddenly I was waken up at 3am by 2 men talking and laughing out loud in the room beside mine. I urged them to stop, they kept on talking loud. A simple sheet with the request “Please be silent after 11pm” would be much appreciated to prevent us Italians being always so much Italian.
Well done guys, Keep up the good job! And surely see you next time I’ll be in Turin.