On the day of our arrival, I sent a text to Angela to let her know we were about half an hour away, as she asked for notice of our arrival. Unfortunately, the text didn’t arrive so we got to the B&B to find no one there. Mama called Angela and they chatted in Italian, with Angela confirming she needed a bit of time (she was actually making tomato passata when we called!) to get there and she would also need to make up the beds.
The lounge and kitchen area is to the front of the building, which you enter straight from the street. It is a gloomy room and the navy sofa and navy table cloths on the two tables don’t help the cause, it’s not a comfortable space but the chances are you will spend little time here. There is a television, a gas hob and fridge stocked with items you can purchase for a reasonable price. A coffee machine is there for your use, Angela giving us instructions although she comes in each morning to set breakfast and make coffee if you wish.