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One of the few Venetian B&Bs that come close to the British concept of the genre, Marco Scurati's homely apartment lies just behind San Giorgio degli...
The prize for the most unusual B&B experience goes to Boat & Breakfast, a lovely 1930s yawl with three cabins, which is moored out on the Giudecca.
Ca' Miani was one of Venice's first B&Bs and surely the only such place where you can get an in-house hair-do (Pascal, the French owner, is a hairdresser).
San Marco 2865
This bed and breakfast on Torcello caters to an exclusive clientele, and is just the thing if you need to get away from it all. The guest rooms, located in...
Via Borgognoni 4L
A pretty plant-filled courtyard with a well is the main calling card of Corte 1321, a three-room ethno-chic B&B.
San Polo 1321
This gay-owned and operated guest house on the vegetable-garden island of Sant'Erasmo is the ideal place to stay if you want a really quiet retreat. If you...
Via Forti 13
Three-bedroom Palazzo dal Carlo is filled with heirloom antiques, but in spite of the grandeur this is a thoroughly laid-back place to stay thanks to...