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Charming B&B in Florence Center

Few steps away from Piazza della Signoria and Piazza Santa Croce, there is Casa dei Tintori, an elegant Florence Bed and Breakfast. This central b&b takes its name "Tintori" after its ancient origins as a dyers' house, where wool used to be weaved and textiles dyed. This medieval Florentine home, dating back to the 12th century, has been carefully restored by the owners and turned into a charming guest house within the historical city center.

Casa dei Tintori offers 5 large rooms. Each room is named and decorated following the typical Florentine colors used by the Art of the Dyers: Indigo, Yellow, Green, Light Blue and Red. All guest rooms have been tastefully furnished with precious fabrics and antiques maintaining the traditional Florentine style of an ancient home. They all have private bathroom, air conditioning, safety box and Wi-Fi Internet connection.

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This charming Florence B&B offers also warm and cozy common spaces where it's easy to relax, as well as a delightful breakfast rooms where every morning a rich and delicious breakfast is served. Beyond the welcoming atmosphere, the friendly owners are always happy to help guest in reserving museums' tickets and restaurants, as well as answering any question.

The central position of Casa dei Tintori, just few steps away from the Uffizi Gallery, Ponte Vecchio, as well as Florence Cathedral, the Academy Gallery and all other important museums and monuments in the historical center, makes this bed and breakfast in Florence a charming accommodation in the cradle of the Renaissance.

Casa dei Tintori

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