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San Frediano Mansion B&B Florence

Quality Charming Bed and Breakfast Accommodation Apartments Florence Tuscany Italy


Florence Via Borgo San Frediano n. 8 +39 055 212 991 Mob. +39 339 667 9005 +39 055 267 5413


San Frediano Mansion Bed & Breakfast is located in an important historic building, erected in the XV century.
The ancient history of the building is documented also by the beautiful fresco at the ground floor, representing St Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus.

The building was enlarged in the XVIII century by Capponi family, marquises of Florence.

During the XIX century the building was transformed according to neo-renaissance Style.
The interiors still conserve notable decorations and frescos, the building also gives access to the back garden (Lungarno Sederini).

The parterres still conserve the original XIX century design.

Our staff will gladly help you by suggesting itineraries and major Florence's museums.


Free internet connection
Luggage deposit
Garage covenant
Pets Allowed
Children welcome
Museum reservations
Safety box
Maps & Event's brochures
Admit to Traffic Restricted Zone with car


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