Restored a few years ago With the most rigorous respect for the techniques and materials used, the Villa has retained all its original features. All four rooms are furnished in classical style, with original floors of 1840, with tapestries made by the artisans of Fiesole and wooden furniture in national walnut made by local artisans.
The Villa Miralunga B&B is suitable for people travelling for business and those who want to visit Florence. The bus stop is in front of the main entrance. A free parking area is available not far from the B&B.
With its Etruscan ruins, Roman theatre, archeological museum and cathedral, Fiesole is just 800 metres far from our B&B.
You can find shops, a pharmacy, pubs and restaurants.
Renowned for its Church with Beato Angelico’s frescoes, the Badia Fiesolana, the European University and the Fiesole Music School, San Domenico is just 2 km far from us.
The Villa Miralunga B & B It’s located in a strategic position to visit the city of Florence and Fiesole and at the same time breathe the air of the green forest that surrounds it
Fiesole boasts ancient origins, since its formation dates back to the Hellenistic age (late IV – beginning III century BC), as evidenced by the vast archaeological area with the remains of the walls and the Etruscan temple, the baths, the Roman theater and the Civic Museum, which collects numerous excavations.
Over the centuries, artists, nobles and celebrities have loved Fiesole for the amenity of nature, the landscape and for its cultural richness and vestiges of the past. A succession of celebrities whose memory is linked to the city of Fiesole is therefore rich in painters, writers, aristocrats and many other “lovers of beauty”.
Always loved by famous people, Giovanni Boccaccio in his work Ninfale Fiesolano describes the Fiesole hill as an ideal theater for the setting of the mythological imaginary. Celebrated by Poliziano, frequented by Lorenzo il Magnifico and by Pico della Mirandola, Fiesole, from the Renaissance, became an unparalleled holiday destination and residence of wealthy Florentine families, such as Albizi, Medici, Salviati, Rondinelli-Vitelli.