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B&B La Costa

Via Caira,35

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  • Free Breakfast
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The La Costa Bed & Breakfast stands on the northern side of the slopes of Montecassino, a pretty dwelling immersed in green Mediterranean brushland: prickly pears, elms, olive trees and agaves. Located only 900 metres from the centre of Cassino, it has two comfortable and tastefully decorated attic bedrooms, with heating.

THE BATHROOM, SHARED BY THE TWO BEDROOMS, has a shower and hairdryer.

Arte povera (plain art) furniture in solid wood treated with beeswax.

Doors and frames in chestnut wood.

Sheets and towels of natural cotton, washed with ecological detergents; Linea Mediterranea bathroom-shower kit made by Fratelli CARLI.

The communal area includes a breakfast room with a cosy sitting room where guests can read books about the history of Cassino (in English, German, French and Italian), and there is a small garden. Continental breakfast with food carefully prepared in accordance with regional laws; biological food on request.

'La Costa' of Cassino was the scene of the bloodiest battle of the Second World War; thousands of soldiers lost their lives here in the bitter winter of 1943-44.

The place is therefore a true cradle of the history of Cassino and its people.

There are historic photographs in the house and we obtained extraordinary and extremely rare documentation about the battle of Cassino - in colour and in black and white -

Never published shots of La Costa, Via Caira, Montemaggio, San Silvestro and other parts of Cassino, during World War II.

Simple and spontaneous testimonies by soldiers who had a personal cine-camera in their rucksack.

They give an original and very modern interpretation of a dramatic page in the history of Cassino, still acutely topical today.

Unpublished pictures of the inauguration of the Cassino-Montecassino trolley line in May 1930 and the inauguration of the Mostra del Lavoro italiano in June 1929 - (Cinecitt Luce Spa)

Affiliated with the TCI (touring club italiano) 2013

-use of garage for motorcycles and bicycles

-use of workshop for motorcycles and bicycles

-shuttle service by fiat panda 4x4 from the railway station to the b&b.

-the following services are available at a charge:

-bicycle hire

Guided Tours (Cicerone Guide Centre) given by art historians or language graduates authorised to practise the profession by provincial permit; however their outstanding qualities are kindness and courtesy.

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The La Costa Bed & Breakfast stands on the northern side of the slopes of Montecassino, a pretty dwelling immersed in green Mediterranean brushland: prickly pears, elms, olive trees and agaves. Located only 900 metres from the centre of Cassino, it has two comfortable and tastefully decorated attic bedrooms, with heating.

THE BATHROOM, SHARED BY THE TWO BEDROOMS, has a shower and hairdryer.

Arte povera (plain art) furniture in solid wood treated with beeswax.

Doors and frames in chestnut wood.

Sheets and towels of natural cotton, washed with ecological detergents; Linea Mediterranea bathroom-shower kit made by Fratelli CARLI.

The communal area includes a breakfast room with a cosy sitting room where guests can read books about the history of Cassino (in English, German, French and Italian), and there is a small garden. Continental breakfast with food carefully prepared in accordance with regional laws; biological food on request.

'La Costa' of Cassino was the scene of the bloodiest battle of the Second World War; thousands of soldiers lost their lives here in the bitter winter of 1943-44.

The place is therefore a true cradle of the history of Cassino and its people.

There are historic photographs in the house and we obtained extraordinary and extremely rare documentation about the battle of Cassino - in colour and in black and white -

Never published shots of La Costa, Via Caira, Montemaggio, San Silvestro and other parts of Cassino, during World War II.

Simple and spontaneous testimonies by soldiers who had a personal cine-camera in their rucksack.

They give an original and very modern interpretation of a dramatic page in the history of Cassino, still acutely topical today.

Unpublished pictures of the inauguration of the Cassino-Montecassino trolley line in May 1930 and the inauguration of the Mostra del Lavoro italiano in June 1929 - (Cinecitt Luce Spa)

Affiliated with the TCI (touring club italiano) 2013

-use of garage for motorcycles and bicycles

-use of workshop for motorcycles and bicycles

-shuttle service by fiat panda 4x4 from the railway station to the b&b.

-the following services are available at a charge:

-bicycle hire

Guided Tours (Cicerone Guide Centre) given by art historians or language graduates authorised to practise the profession by provincial permit; however their outstanding qualities are kindness and courtesy.

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