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Mum's B&B

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Strada della Pelosa 117, 36100 Vicenza, Veneto, Italy
+39 328 592 0238

$59+

Mum's B&B
Sun 19/11
Mon 20/11

Overall guest ratings

9.7/10 Excellent
based on 143 reviews

Nearby

  • 3.7 km Villa Capra detta la Rotonda
  • 4.2 km Villa Valmarana Ai Nani
  • 4.8 km Santuario della Madonna di Monte Berico
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About

This is a Modern and country looking B&B. The place has 3 bedrooms and you can rent one, two or three bedrooms depending on how many you are.Remember this is not an entire house but just bedrooms. you can stay for a night or a week or a month. I will provide breakfast for you and your family.There is a nice yard with the possibilities of the use of the hot tub We have few BBQs that you can use, tables, chairs and lounge chairs. There isn't a living room, but spectually during the summer, you can use the veranda downstairs in the yard as you please.IT HAS TABLES AND CHAIRS to use as a dining room.Free parking in front of the house.There are 3 bedrooms with AC, TV, FRIDGE, MICROWAVE,COFFE MACHINE AND KEDDLE for tea in each room. One room has a kitchenette and a small table with chairs so you can be self-sufficient. YOU CAN CHECK FOR THE SAME PRICE ANOTHER LISTING CALLED "NEW VILLA IN VICENZA EST" that is an entire fully equipped house with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. It can accomadate up to 7 or 9 if you want to use a sofabed.UNFORTUNATELY PRICE DO NOT INCLUDE 2 EURO PER PERSON PER DAY FOR CITY TAX. MAX 10 EURO PER PERSON FOR THE ENTIRE STAY Please ask me if you have any doubts or concern about the place because we have other possibilities too. Vicenza is the Home of the famous architect PALLADIO, where you can visit many of his Villas.Located near the beautiful Colli Berici and only 10 min. from the Fair. You can use it as a base to travel around the gorgeous cities of the Veneto region. We are minutes away from La Rotonda, one of the most important villa of Palladio. In few minutes you are at Caserma Ederle, one of the USA installation in Italy and in 10-15 min. you can reach the down town area. From here you can also go to some of the most famous town with castles and Villas. Just to name some, we can start with Bassano del Grappa. The most famous view of Bassano del Grappa is of its principal landmark, the Ponte degli Alpini, also known as the Ponte Vecchio ('Old Bridge'). This covered wooden bridge over the broad Brenta river was designed by Andrea Palladio in 1569 to replace earlier incarnations. The use of wood helps the structure to cope with the onslaught of flooding as melted snow rushes down from the mountains. Castelfranco Veneto.The town has a small historic core which is surrounded by high defensive walls. It's an attractive place to wander for an hour, and has a few sights which tourists can visit. There's not enough here for a full day out, but it combines well with other villas and towns nearby to make part of an interesting itinerary. The public transport links are good, so you can explore the area without a car. Noale with a beautiful castle; Marostica: It is a picturesque place, located with the Veneto plain on one side and green hills to the north. Marostica's own hill is crowned with a large ruined castle; defensive walls descend to enclose the hillside and the town centre below in a protective embrace. Marostica bills itself as the 'City of Chess': every two years a medieval-themed festival is held here, when a giant chess game is enacted with human chess-pieces. This takes place in the town square, Piazza del Castello, where the paving marks out a huge chessboard where they have the live chess tournament Asiago in the Alps; Montagnana with the nice castle very well kept. Montagnana is situated on the southern plain of Padua, between the Euganean Hills. The city owes its international fame to the surrounding wall built between the XII and XIV centuries, but the most ancient settlements in the territory are documented by archaeological finds dating to the end of the IV, beginning of the III millennium B.C. In 136 the Carraresi, nobles of Padua, completed, with the fortress of the Trees, the walls that are almost two kilometres long and which are perfectly preserved In about 40 min. you can get to Montecchio Maggiore. The real roots of Romeo and Juliet might be in Montecchio Maggiore, because the history of the famous lovers apparently has its origins here. Surrounded by green, the remains of two powerful Scaliger castles from the 14th century tower in the air over the small town. The nobleman Luigi da Porta from Vicenza, who was recovering from severe injuries from a battle in the town, was inspired by the two castles and wrote the story of Romeo and Juliet. This then neglected love story was later picked up by William Shakespeare who adapted it and helped the lovers achieve unexpected fame worldwide. We are surrounded by good food, trattorie, restorants everywere with home made meals typical from the region and if you like to shop we have minutes away 2 big malls and one of the biggest open market in Camisano Vicentino. If you are looking for ceramic in Nove you can find anything you want. Visitors from all over the world come to Nove, to shop in the more than 100 ceramics stores in the tiny town. Known from some of the best handcrafted ceramics in all of Italy, you can find the works in many US stores such as Williams-Sonoma, Tiffany’s, Lenox, and Macy’s. Asolo: This is a serene place where the architecture of porticos, Gothic arcades, mullioned and trefoiled windows, lovely balconies, and old buildings and houses with facades decorated with frescos all add to its magic.

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Amenities

  • Internet
  • Bicycle hire
  • Hot tub
  • Air-conditioned
  • Safe
  • Free parking
  • Non-smoking rooms available
  • Terrace/Patio
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