Via Cesura, 30 - LECCO (LC)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR FUTURE GUESTS:
COVID PREVENTION 19
THIS PROPERTY GUARANTEES CLEANING AND DISINFECTION OF ROOMS AND COMMON AREAS TO NATIONAL AND WHO GUIDELINE STANDARDS
AT EVERY GUEST CHANGE:
- CLEANING AND SANITATION OF THE
- DELIVERY OF SANITIZED AND SEALED KEYS IN SPECIAL ENVELOPES.
Three beautiful spacious and comfortable rooms with colored walls: BLUE ROOM, YELLOW ROOM, GREEN ROOM. The three bedrooms have a private bathroom and a balcony with stunning mountain views. WI - FI service is active throughout the structure.
Available to all guests, a well-equipped kitchen with Microwave and Crockery and Fridge, Washing Machine.
Original and comfortable, this property is located near the Alessandro Manzoni Hospital of Lecco (250 meters), it is also ideal for a holiday to discover one of the most interesting cities in Lombardy, for business or study stays in tranquility.
The B&B is located in a very quiet residential area away from traffic on the fourth and last floor of a building with elevator.
The bathrooms of all the rooms are fully equipped with towels, hygiene products and hairdryer, to make guests feel at home.
The bathroom and the room are in an area completely reserved for guests.
Excellent and abundant breakfast served in the cheerful and colorful Breakfast Room and during the summer, for those who want it, can be enjoyed on the terrace, accompanied by the splendid panoramic view of the Resegone and the Lecchesi mountains.
The structure is close to the historical center and the railway station of the city that can be easily reached on foot by those who love walking and by public transport passing right next to the B & B.
For those who choose this solution as a starting point for a holiday to discover the area, there are many things to do and see.
Lovers of nature can not miss a bike ride on the banks of the river Adda or along the famous Lake, to discover the landscapes and light that have inspired, over the centuries, writers and painters.
In fact, in Lecco, have arrived Leonardo da Vinci, Stendhal and of course Alessandro Manzoni who lived here and set his Promessi Sposi, so much so that the Manzoni itineraries are still organized, following the traces of the characters and places described by the great novelist.
For lovers of art and architecture in the city there are monuments and churches, all to be discovered, starting from the beautiful Roman Minor Basilica of San Nicolò with its original staircase up to the Azzone Visconti Bridge, an impressive fourteenth-century bridge over the Adda