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B&B Le Due Matote

Via Garibaldi 31, (TO) -
Rooms: 3 / Opening dates: 16 Feb - 14 Jul – 1 Sept - 6 Jan from € 110 - to € 135

B&B Le Due Matote is the ideal for those who wish to explore Turin, the capital of Piedmont.  Situated right in the centre of the city, it stands within a radius of 1 km from the main attractions of magical Turin, so elegant and rich of treasures.  The ancient district of the Roman Quadrilateral, the Egyptian Museum, Castello Square, the Mole Antonelliana, the Cathedral and the Holy Shroud, and the Royal Palace, which is a Unesco Heritage Site*: these are only a few of the countless historical and artistic jewels of Turin city centre, whose beautiful buildings, fashionable shops and traditional cafes are all deserving of acknowledgment and admiration.

B&B Le Due Matote is a name with a tender ring to it: in fact, matota means girl in the Piedmontese dialect.  Near Bossolasco, in an area of Piedmont called Alta Langa, there is a Relais that shares the same name with this Turin B&B, the brainchild of Camilla. She follows in the family tradition and has learned her excellent management skills from her parents, the owners of Le Due Matote Relais. Situated on the top floor of an 18th-century palace, B&B Le Due Matote commands lovely views of Turin city centre, while enjoying unexpected quiet, as the district is pedestrianized for the most part of the day.  The rooms are warm and elegant, with every little detail taken into consideration, from the lighting and ornaments to the curtains and colours.  A delightful sitting room, furnished with comfortable sofas and armchairs upholstered in high quality ecru fabric, opens into a balcony fragrant with herbs and lush with potted plants: from here one can look over the rooftops of Turin.  Private parking is available on request, while Wi-Fi is accessible for free everywhere in the house.

B&B Le Due Matote has two guest rooms, one of which is located in the romantic loft, and one suite.  The floors are covered with wooden boards, the furniture is a beautiful collection of antique and modern pieces, and the light that pours through large windows defines every detail with precision.