We walked up to the back door and saw a view over the town wall to a valley and the hills beyond. With the sweet scent of lemon trees in the air, our travel stress melted away. I echo what other reviewers have said about the wonderful Palazzo and the warm hosts. In casual conversation Ettore and Scott shared histories of the B&B and their fascinating lives. Our room, the one with a large wardrobe reconfigured into a bathroom, did face the street so there was some traffic noise and some late-night revelers at the nearby pizzeria.
We would definitely return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This place is temporarily closed due to renovation. Palazzo Farrattini is a unique jewel of the Italian Renaissance started exactly 5 centuries ago by the famous Architech Antonio Da Sangallo the youngest. Still a property of the family, the Palazzo opens its doors to the guests who look for the authentical charme of the period when it was built. During the summer of 2014 various events will celebrate this important anniversary. ... more less