The brocade bedspreads are fresh and crisp, the proprietor friendly, the breakfast, served in a cheerful apricot room, more than ample. Although around the corner from the Duomo, the busy Corso Garibaldi, and the great walls of Lucca, the inn is tucked away in a quiet, sun-sprinkled piazzale (small square), and feels private—a place to retreat to when you have seen all the church facades you can stand. Two of the eight rooms are wheelchair accessible. A little
terrace with wicker chairs provides a lovely place to unwind.