In the early 18th century this lodging began life as a convent (later suppressed by Napoleon) but now it's a delightful city-center bed-and-breakfast, popular with performers at the city's Teatro Comunale. The resident Orlandini family are the attentive proprietors—mother Adele and son Filippo are very hands-on and eager to make your stay as wonderful as possible. Their living room (temporarily transformed with linen tablecloths) doubles as the breakfast room. Guest rooms have comfortable beds and flowers in the window boxes. When it's warmer, you can sit outside on a small terrace with a pergola. This place books quickly.