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In American culture a black sheep is sometimes known as the outsider or disgrace of the family so I was a little wary when booking this B&B but my friend LOVES sheep so I felt like I needed to book it. Believe me, I'm so...More
Thanks Donatello for your warm welcome and accommodation. You are very nice and helpful. Your place is neat and location is perfect to walk around the must see places like the Duomo and Signoria Square. Our stay in Florence was memorable. I will definitely recommend...More
I stayed here with a friend for 2 nights. Having an additional bed made it easy for us. The location is wonderfully central to everything important in Florence, and literally only 2 minutes walk from the main station. Donatello is an excellent host, with a...More
Anyone looking for a lovely stay in Firenze should know about the Black Sheep! It is a gem in the city and the hist Donatello is great!
Just a few of the pluses of this b&b:
- great location just outside the train station
Very convenient to the train station as well as close to the historic city center. Host was a delight - very knowledgeable about his city and accomodating to his guests.
The BB is 5 flights up and Donatello took our suitcases up for us. We...More
Santa Maria Novella train station welcomes the majority of the people arriving in Florence, which might explain the hectic pace. Commuters and tourists come across the constant hustle and bustle of the station before exiting, taking a few steps and stopping amazed in Piazza di Santa Maria Novella. It is impossible not to admire the the square, housing one of the most charming basilicas in Florence. The
area has plenty of local spots to taste Tuscan specialties, but don’t stop in the main streets alone; the narrower side streets always ensure satisfaction. The huge Parco Delle Cascine provides a solution to the need for a green area as well as a historic welcome in the form of a bronze statue of King Vittorio Emanuele II riding a horse.