LA VIOLA is located in a central and convenient location close to the main monuments: Basilica of Santa Chiara, Basilica di San Francesco, Cathedral of San Rufino, Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore, Chiesa Nuova, Piazza del Comune with the Temple of Minerva and Volta Pinta, Roman Forum and Rocca di Assisi.
LA VIOLA is a historical house in Assisi, dating back to the fourteenth century, when there were three medieval "casilini" (small town houses) then merged in the Renaissance.
LA VIOLA has its own entrance.
It has three bedrooms (Fuchsia, Turquoise, Green) with private bathroom, very spacious and bright, fully renovated and tastefully furnished, air conditioned and equipped with flat screen TV, complimentary toiletries and hair dryer.
LA VIOLA also offers a lounge where guests can enjoy an Italian breakfast. The entire bed and breakfast has free wi-fi and offer daily cleaning.
Nearby there are pubblic parking Moiano and Matteotti; this is reachable on foot in five minutes, or by the path of the Roman tunnel with a lift, the entrance to which is in front of LA VIOLA.
The Fuchsia room, in the attic, is a very large room and bright. It has a large skylight from which you can have a breathtaking view over the roofs of the houses and the main monuments of the city. It has two dormer windows and a window with a panoramic view of the Basilica of Santa Chiara. It’s furnished with a double bed and a large wardrobe. It’s possible to add more beds. It has a private bathroom with shower.
The Turquoise room, set in the attic, is a large room and bright. It has a skylight from which you can have a breathtaking view over the roofs of the houses and the main monuments of the city. It has two dormer windows and a window with views of a Medieval backstreet. It’s furnished with a double bed and two single beds. There is a walk-in closet and a private bathroom with shower.
The Green room is the top! On the ground floor of the house, it is a particularly large and bright room.
It has two large windows facing southwest, very scenic open on the main monuments of the city. And finely furnished with nineteenth-century furniture. It has a double bed, a large dresser, and a walk-in closet, the private bathroom has a bathtub and a window over the backstreet. The ceiling is made of ancient wooden beams dating back to the last of the twentieth century restoration.