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Bella Vita

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The guesthouse is composed by 5 private room, with shared bathroom, all equipped with double/twin bed or also en extra single bed.

At the ground floor you can find a kitchen, which you can use to prepare simple food and a living room equipped with characteristic fireplace, couches and tv.'

You will also enjoy your stay in the large back garden where, during spring and summer, you can meet with our guests for bbq or simply chilling in a relaxed environment.

Please note:

Check in: from 1.00 pm to 11pm

Check out: 11.00 am

Cancellation Policy: 1 day

Credit Cards not accepted, only cash payments

Breakfast not included

City Taxes not included ( 2 euros per day per person )

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Highlights

  • Free WiFi
  • Common Room

Important Information

Please note:

Check in: from 1.00 pm to 11pm
Check out: 11.00 am

Cancellation Policy: 1 day

Credit Cards not accepted, only cash payments
Breakfast not included
City Taxes not included ( 2 euros per day per person )

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Hotel Amenities

  • Breakfast Not Included
  • Free WiFi
  • Internet Access
  • Lounge
  • Meals available
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Towels Not Included

inroom facilities

  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities

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