The B&B Prince Calaf is a dwelling place for modern tourists.
Located in an Art Nouveau villa completely renovated with materials and fixtures and fittings, Prince Calaf is about 300 meters from the historic city walls of Lucca, and has three large rooms and two suites. It has also, on the ground floor, a lounge where guests can relax, read or get a snack.
The name "Prince Calaf" shows a character in the history of Lucca: Giacomo Puccini, born in Lucca on December 22, 1858, the author of great works like "La Boheme", "Manon Lescaut", "Madama Butterfly" and the unfinished "Turandot", whose protagonist is Prince Calaf.
Satying for one or more days at the B&B Prince Calaf is a look into the past in a unique and elegant environment which will make each stay unique.
. Small pets are allowed.
. Internet connection
. In room Wi-fi
. In room safe
. Color TV
. Bicycle Rental
. Free public parking at 100 m