Choose a B&B than other types of accommodation is often a choice dictated by the need to relax in a comfortable place, like a real home, not chaotic as is usually the case in hotels and often in close contact with the history of place you want to visit.
Among the Bed and Breakfast that respect fully these features we must mention Al Battistero d’Oro, a Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Parma, thanks to which you can admire the old town just outside the property. The Bed and Breakfast, housed in a manor house built to the aesthetic and functional standards of the time with a large internal courtyard, features precious furnishings that come to us as a legacy of previous generations and give the room an elegant appearance and very chic. The rooms, only two in all, overlooking both the inner courtyard and have exposed beams on the ceiling and characteristic tiled floors. Guests will also have the chance to sample directly in teas and tea room using the kettle made available to them.
Other Bed and Breakfast definitely worth mentioning is Altrocanto, a structure located in the heart of Abruzzo, precisely in Farindola, in the Gran Sasso National Park Monti della Laga. The bed and breakfast, originally built as a furnace and then transformed in 1920 into a house, has become a pleasant and comfortable home trying to preserve the natural materials with which it was built. This is when the electricity comes thanks to photovoltaic panels while the boiler is in biomass, and finally the rain water is used to water the garden and avoid wastage. The 5 rooms, deliberately furnished like a home and not with furniture hotel standards, are very spacious and bright. Guests have access to a lounge with a fireplace, a flower garden and many corners to relax and read in peace.