Type: Bed and Breakfast Geographical Location: Hill Accommodations:
n°4 Apartment , n°3 Double bed room. Total Guests 27
The B&B Borgo San Pietro is named after the nearby church of San Pietro (XI Century).
Our farm holidays includes two prestigious buildings dating back to the early 20th century. The structures have been totally renovated according to the local rural style.
Borgo San Pietro is in the heart of Agnone, the “City of Art” of Molise, which was awarded the Orange Flag by the Italian Touring Club (quality award for highly valued environmental tourism).
Accommodations and Services in B&B Borgo San Pietro
Guests of Borgo San Pietro are hosted in fine rooms and apartments in two buildings early.
The two buildings have been beautifully renovated by local craftsmen, who were able to uncover the otherwise lost stone walls and brick arches. The chianche tiles (original flooring) were recuperated and also the original furniture was rescued and finished. Every little detail in the apartments reflects the rural styles of these lands, further enriched by early 20th century iron bed frames and handmade curtains.
The B&B offers apartments accommodating 2 to 4 people, fully equipped with a kitchen, private bathroom and panoramic balconies. Guests can also choose amongst the double bedroom, all with private bathrooms. Make yourself an open air lounge surrounded by the history and culture of Agnone “The City of Art”.
Sport: Hunting, Fishing, Tennis
Wellness: Hydromassage, Massages, Sauna
Internal Services: Acces Internet, TV in room, Heating, Daily cleaning, Final cleaning
The B&B Borgo San Pietroinvites you to experience the fascinating Agnone. Agnone is the architectural gem and, by no doubts, the capital of Alto Molise.
In order to enjoy the artistic magnificence and the thousand of years of history in the dazzling streets and squares of Agnone, let yourself go and admire marble portals and balconies with magnificent railings, outstanding bell towers and churches that spell out history and craftsmanship. Narrow streets and awesome alleys inside the historical downtown are adorned by raging lions carved in stone, handmade doors and ancient workshops where local gold craftsmen learned the art of filigree making from the Venetians of the XI century. The ancient Marinellis’ foundry is also noteworthy. It is the true symbol of the town. Here the most prestigious bells are manufactured for many, many churches located worldwide.
Nature enthusiasts will be able to ride horses, mountain bikes or go for a hike along the “Tratturi” (ancient routes used by shepherds to drive their flocks from Puglia to Abruzzo, passing through Molise) or also in the WWF Natural Oases (Colle Meluccio and Colle di Mezzo).