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Where to park
There are several free-of-charge parking lots closeby:
- Via della Marmirola – on the left side of the street or on the right side on the parking lot just before Museo Mulino di Bottonera
- Via IV Novembre close to the cemetery
Keyless entry – quickly explained
Your key code is valid for both the main entrance and your suite. If you download the Nuki-App and save the code you will be able to enter and lock your doors contact-less. Be aware that your access code expires upon check-out time. It is forbidden to share your access code with other people throughout your stay with us.
Our prices include all incidentals like electricity, heating and cleaning as well as the following services:
- use of tablet free of charge during your stay
- basic food supply (see below)
- various travel information
- towel exchange after more than 7 days stay
- books and journals to use during your stay
Prices are staggered according to the length of stay. More economic prices are available from 7 nights of stay. The basic prices are for two persons. Additional guests cost 25 euros per night. Children under 5 years stay free of charge in their parents‘ bed. For children under 2 years we are happy to provide a crib and high chair for a flat rate of 30 euros per stay. From mid-June to early September we charge a flat rate of 3 euros per day for air conditioning. This flat rate is already included in the basic price of the booking system.
The minimum stay is basically 2 nights. Depending on the season, the minimum stay varies up to 7 days. Shorter stays are possible especially at short notice on request or are released in the booking calendar.
Starter set of coffee capsule, milk, two bottles of Aqua Frisia – our local water and a welcome gift. In addition you will find some basics like salt, pepper, oil and vinegar.
You’re in Italy, which means that traditional breakfast is rather scarce compared to Western standards. If you want to do as the locals do, head out for Pasticceria Mastai vis-à-vis the main station and grab some of their fancy pastries (mostly sweet, but also some salty stuff) at the counter and get your Cappuccino, also freshly squeezed juices (Spremuta) on offer. For breakfast ensuite we recommend to buy some bread at Balgera, get some freshly sliced Bresaola, and buy some local cheese at U2. For sweeties, try out the local Chestnut spread!
Metzgerei del Curto (140 m)
(Mo: 8.00-12.00, Tu-Sa: 8.00-12.30 / 15.00-19.00, Su: closed)
Bäckerei Balgera (350 m)
(Mo: 8.00-12.30, Tu-Sa: 8.00-12.30 / 16.00-19.00, Su: closed)
U2 Supermercato (290 m)
(Mo-Sa: 8.00-12.45 / 15.00-19.30, Su: 8.30-12.30)
Bars around the corner
Sierra Nevada Caffè (150 m): the best coffee in Chiavenna from their own roastery; brioche, panini from 9 a.m. and later a small lunch menu.
Bottonera Pizzeria (100 m): super-thin pizzas with classic but also unusual toppings, also take-away and gluten-free
Cafe Svizzero (300 m): on Via Dolzino at Piazza Bertacchi
Caffè Bistrò Mastai (450 m): branch of Chiavenna’s signature Pasticceria, excellent pastries, coffee, lunch deals and aperitivo in the afternoon