5 on May 30, 2011
I was naturally attracted to Casa Schlatter when I discovered that Alessander's grandfather was an artist and this had been his home. His artwork adorned the walls. He was an iron worker and he made a remarkable bust of himself that is the corner stone of the entrance way. When you enter the reception room after walking under a canopy of wyisteria you stand before a breath taking scene of Florence that he painted in the 1800's. It must have been 10 by 20 feet. It is magnificent. The Casa is a ten minute walk from the center of town. The rooms that are available are beautifully decorated and comfortable. I felt embraced with charm and good will. Alessander gave us great recommendations for eateries and Gelato!!!! She baked us the best croissants I have ever had and our morning meals were delicious. Our stay was belissimo!!!!!
5 on February 11, 2011
This beautiful bed and breakfast is run by the great granddaughter of the painter of all the paintings you see in the photo's. My boyfriend and I stayed in the room with the blue bed. That one is actually a 4 person bedroom. It has a beautiful spiral stairway in the room which lead to the other two beds. The breakfast was splended and the bathroom very clean. I strongly advise you to stay at this guesthouse!