Unicorn was once the granary of the family palace. Practically a sixteenth century loft, masterfully transformed into a house from my parents Paolo Alberto Borgogelli Ottaviani and Marilù Cordero di Montezemolo and now open to hospitality.
The house, very quiet, overlooking a large garden, is located in the heart of the historical center of Fano between the line of the Roman walls and the line of the Malatesta walls, 100 meters from the imposing Arch of Augustus, 70 meters from the square main where the Fortune Theater, the Museum, the Art Gallery and the Malatesta Court.
In the square there are several bars, offering musical entertainment is often excellent.
The sea is 900 m. around the house and is easily reached both by bike and on foot.
Unicorn has two large bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large living room with lounge and dining room, an extension of the living room with a sofa bed (used as an annex of the Count's room), a beautiful terrace partially covered and a small garden.
The room of the Earl has a double bed and the room of the Marquise has two single beds, pushed together.
The bathrooms are the exclusive relevance of the two rooms, one has direct access from the Marchesa room.
The house is fully furnished with family furniture and paintings dating from the '600 to the early' 900, it does not have a conventional subdivision and leaves great airiness and livability!
Also available for free bicycles to move freely in the city.
We are available to our guests for tips and suggestions on places and events of particular interest.
What is unique about our home is the harmony that combines the history and antiquity of the place and the furnishings to the simplicity and warmth that distinguishes us.
He speaks fluent English and French.
Just 50 meters away is the free parking inside the former barracks which is closed from 21. 00 to 07. 00. If the car does not need it can stay inside.
The stop for all buses to any destination, is located on the Pincio by the Arc of Augustus and the train station is a 10 minute walk. The A14 motorway and Fano-Grosseto arrive practically in the city. So Fano is the ideal starting point to visit Urbino and discover the multitude of perfectly preserved ancient villages that abound in our hinterland.