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soniachet Our stay at B&B Guerrazzi was very pleasant. The Hosts are a most welcoming couple who went out of their way to see that we were comfortable and gave us very valuable tips on were to dine out and how to get around although you might think it is a bit far from the center you get to pass through the major shopping roads so that could be considered a plus for who wants to shop!!!! and it is very close to the central station and airport so finding it and getting to other places is very easy. The place was remarkably clean and internet and TV services were included, their is also a very pretty terrace were you can chill out too. A continental Breakfast was available too with coffee making facilities and freshly home made cakes found every day which we enjoyed very much On visiting Pisa again this will surely be our choice.
jcbromhead Very comfortable and spacious in a good location 5 mins walk from the rail station yet close to the heart of the city. You will need a good map to find it first time as up an inconspicious alleyway. Very helpful English speaking host, good breakfasts. No tea/coffee making facilities in the room.
chamilton We only met Giacomo on our stay but he is a lovely warm man, a true gentleman who couldn't have been more helpful. You get the impression he would make the effort to get to know all of his guests personally and is very proud of his villa. Accommodation is very spacious and situated in lovely surroundings. The room was very clean. There was a small fault with the showerhead when we stayed but this was very minor so we didn't even think to mention it. Breakfast is typical Italian in that it seems to be quite sweet-perhaps some fruit would have been good- but there is also cereal which would cater more to Irish tastes. An airport transfer is available for an extra charge which is a definite boon if you are arriving late into Pisa airport. All in all a great base in which to explore Pisa and the Cinqueterre.
Via Filippo Mazzei, 2 Angolo via San BiagioExcellent 90%
mareen.wel "A casa doina" is a really kind place to stay, actually two minutes from the airport of Pisa. There is no noise caused by planes, but you find a little garden, and a nice familiar house. The owners are very friendly and help you wherever they can. It is overall clean and in its simplicity very lovely. There are only three rooms that can be booked, I think. The nice bathroom is shared. Travellers often stay only for one night to take their plane early in the morning. Actually I would think to stay there for more time as well, because the station of pisa central, in the end, is so near (the train which parts every 30 minutes takes 5 minutes, by walk you reach the station in less than 30 minutes, just keep on walking down the road and then keep left) Maybe you are better off to stay here than in a turistic, expensive, noisy and dirty hostel in the city-center!
Alison_Pac I loved this hotel - it had an old world dignity, a great location and very good service. Very clean and comfortable, with bountiful breakfast! I'd come again very happily.
coynemaria It was an excellent B&B. It was the best accommodation we stayed in during our three weeks travelling around Italy. The host was very friendly and gave us great advice. I would definately reccomend this B&B for anyone.
Corso Italia N° 26Excellent 93%
luis77 We stayed in a nice room, friendly, breakfast was good though in a small room. Rooms have air conditioning but they were still quite hot, we had to empty the condensation water quite regularly.
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