Enchanting B & B near Florence, an ancient mill on the Arno dating back to the 13th century and still intact in its charm. It is completely surrounded by nature and located in the vicinity of a small village offering a bar, a newsstand, some shops and a restaurant.
The center of Florence lies less than 5 Km away and can be easily reached by car, by bus or by a bicycle path running along the riverside. There are ample and well-equipped outdoor spaces (the garden and the terrace give onto the river).
In the summer the breakfast is offered in the garden. The bedrooms, baths and a separate hall occupy a wing that is completely reserved to guests. In a finely restored setting, the bedrooms are furnished with antiques and are provided with satellite-dish television. A refrigerator is available. Private parking and rent bikes.
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Payment: Cash or credit card, on arrival.
Our property has a no smoking policy
Any reservation must be cancelled no later than three weeks in advance to receive full refund, less the 10.00 euro administrative fee. No refund is given in all other circumstances.
We are a very small facility (we have only four guest rooms), and that forces us to be rather restrictive in our cancellation policy. As a matter of fact, if you cancel a reservation, it means 25% of lost income to us, because it's very unlikely that we would be able to rent your room to someone else - most visitors would have already booked a room at some other place. Large hotels can afford the 'same day' cancellations - we cannot, sorry. Thank you for your understanding!
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