x The average starting price for a place to stay in Pisa is £51 per night.
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.
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.
Corso Italia N 26Outstanding 95%
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.
Via Tommaso Rook, 136 PISAGreat 83%
jonnyjonz A really great place for the priace and really central. Nothing too fancy but great if you re there to Party or just to see the city. Highly recommended J
c.backy Brand you; Very clean and nice bathroom. Missing a kitchenette with fridge and microwave. But they will improve i am sure
joycedekke The owner was very friendly and welcoming. It is very nearby the train and busstation (5min.) and therefore you can visit easily the beach, florence or even Rome.
yknot Clean comfortable accommodation, right next to the airport, with free wi-fi and air conditioning. All at an excellent price. Will definitely use again.
aruntutu Our experince with the Welcome Bed and Breakfast was kind of mixed. The only small drawback we saw was its location. Being a few kilometres from the railway station and having no access to it via bus late at night, did pose to be a problem in locating the place. Well once we found the place, all those concerne flew right out the window!! For the money we were paying, we got total value for the same, if not more. The room was HUUGE, extremely clean and well kept, Wi-Fi connection which we cudnt use since we did not have our laptop with us, SKY cable which tons and tons of local and international channels, a bathroom which was big and so well kept... We cudnt ask for anymore. This was just perfect. The lady we met in the night drove all the way from another place just to give us the room, was extremely sweet and warm to us. Also the lady who prepared our breakfast in the morning was extremely sweet and cordial. Although a small place, the surrounding area with a small garden made the experience something to remember. Although we were there for just a night, i loved the place. Definitely a place i would reccommend to people who wouldnt mind a small walk/ bus ride from the train station.
Viale delle Cascine 86 56122Good 72%
alisonhawt A lovely site and very clean we were in a 1 bed room that was attached to another room, like a split mobile home which wasn't so good though. Noisy and it rocked! the separate ones for 10 euros more might have been better lovely staff and so close to Piza though
slackerhx very difficult to get there initially cuz there were no directions there. Actually u can take bus no. 4 from pisa centrale train station and it stop right in front of the house. the station is called gobetti.
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