A nice hotel in a town surrounded by small villages / vineyards. However, there isn't much in the town itself and very little to do on foot (e.g. even finding a restaurant is a challenge !). However, the region is beautiful and you can get to some lovely places by car within 20 mins.
"Outstanding property. A Must Stay if you are here"
From the time we arrived to the time we left Marco and Alex were the consumate hosts. Great breakfasts and a wealth of knowledge about local attractions that were not on the tourist maps.
Marco recommended a local restaurant and we ate there twice. Awesome food and views to die for. Very little English spoken at the restaurant but that was perfect.
The room was spacious and the bathroom excellent.
Marco and Alex have set a very high standard for B&B's
This friendly and comfortable hotel has secure parking, lift, good wifi. In a quiet suburb of Verona with easy access into the center by car. We did not have the chance to try the restaurant for dinner (good breakfast) but it looked interesting. Would stay here again to see more of surrounding area.
Traveller from Lexington, KY
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The hotel was fine, but the real difference was made by the excellent staff. We were supposed to be travelling to Desenzano, but after a problem with our flights we were left stranded overnight in Verona and only managed to book this hotel at around 11.30pm while we were at Verona airport. We arrived at the hotel at around midnight and the manageress immediately made us something to eat, then drove us personally to Desenzano the following morning after breakfast.
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This wine region is comprised of three valleys, each named for its largest town: Negrar, Marano, and Fumane. Olive and fruit groves dot the hillsides along with villas, many of which house wineries. On a hilltop perch sits the medieval church of San Giorgio Ingannapoltron, offering views of the region. Visitors can explore the prehistoric Grotta di Fumane and hike near the waterfalls of Molina.
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