Where To Stay

Palazzo Romani Adami <i>B&B de Charme

 Fermo / Palazzo Romani Adami B&B de Charme

Palazzo Romani Adami B&B de Charme
Corso Cavour 94
63023 Fermo

Tel: +39 338 8811300

Contact: Cecilia Romani Adami
Email: palazzoromaniadami@libero.it
Website: http://www.palazzoromaniadami.it
Palazzo Romani Adami is an 18th century palace built on medieval foundations with Art Nouveau interior design furnishings. Some of its important features are the reception quarters, complete with the original furnishings in many rooms. The stables, the woodshed, the barn, the pantry and the archives: every suite in the B&B looks out onto one of the most beautiful courtyards of the palace or onto the original vegetable garden found within the walls of the town.The furnishings are very well cared for and full of atmosphere, with books on art and music. All the suites have en-suite bathroom, sitting room, TV, fridge. They all have independent access, central heating and have a small kitchen. In addition to B&B, it is possible to rent as Holiday Homes the Altana (with a 360° view) and the House of Conte Giacomo. Both have a large terrace, large lounge, frescoes and period furniture.

A 5 minute walk will take you to Fermo’s principal square, one of the most beautiful in Le Marche, the 16th century library, the art gallery, the large 18th century theatre, concerts, museums, the breathtaking medieval Duomo Cathedral, the park sitting on the very top of the hill. For the connoisseur: the trattoria del Palio, the excellent osteria Bar a vino di Peppe situated under the 16th centuryloggia in the main square, Il quartino a small and refined wine bar where you can taste and buy exquisite wines of the area.

In the piazzetta, just a 2 minute walk away, you come to a shop specialising in the gastronomic delights of the mountainous regions, pizza restaurants, la trattoria da Emilio, a bakery with the most tempting of pastries, a delicious restaurant “180°una cotta per il pane”.

Ten minutes by car will take you to the beach, little fish restaurants. However, if you prefer walks in the mountains there are the Sibillini mountains. A protected area referred to as the Parco dei Sibillini, just 40km away.

Information and suggestions on itineraries around the 40 small hill towns and villages of the Fermo district, including indications to the whereabouts of various outlet stores are available. It is also possible to book a guide. Laundry services, babysitting and taxi services to and from the airport: available. The whole structure can accommodate approximately 25 people prior to booking (including B&B and holiday homes). The whole building was completely restructured in 2005.

Palazzo Romani Adami
Bed & Breakfast de Charme

The bed and breakfast is situated in a historic palace affording all comforts and stands out for its well tended furniture and colours.  It includes the small details which go towards making a guest feel really at home: books, photos, maps of the territory, music, chocolates, the traditional wine known as ‘vino cotto’.

Every suite is independent, with its own entrance. All have been converted from the old chambers of the palace, following restoration lasting ten years under the surveillance of the Belle Arti, without losing their original characteristics.

The stables, the woodshed, the barn, the pantry, the laundry room, the apple barn, the archive: all the suites of the B&B overlook one or the other of the most beautiful courtyards of the palace or the old vegetable garden within the town walls. 

The striped materials used to cover the antique mattresses, the restored antique furniture, the insides of the wardrobes lined with material, the floors of terracotta, the bathrooms painted blue or mauve will greet you with the same harmony as that of a painter’s pallet.

The stables and the woodshed overlook a large brick floor courtyard with three large potted lemon trees, the ideal place for open-air relaxing, reading or eating. 

Access to the courtyard is through a tiny alley paved with river cobbles; typical of the small Marchigiano towns.

The stables has two single beds, a sky blue bathroom, a sitting room and a kitchen converted from the old mangers.

The woodshed (next to the stables, but with a separate entrance) has a very large double bed, with the possibility of adding a single bed, a bathroom with arch and bathtub. 

All the suites are en-suite and have a sitting room, TV and fridge. All have independent access, central heating, and a small kitchen at your disposal.

The barn and the pantry instead are two suites overlooking the old vegetable garden surrounded by the town walls.

The barn is a large area containing a corner dining room, a small kitchen overlooking the alleyway, a large and romantic gallery with a double bed and view through the capriate, bathroom in peach with bath and the possibility to add two extra beds in a small room, bedspreads with rose pattern and a wardrobe painted to match the antique doors. 

The antique furniture, the waxed sideboards, the large bottles turned into lamps, the original terracotta floors, the view over the garden and the possibility of eating out make this suite a perfect oasis of peace.

The pantry has a large eighteenth century arched kitchen painted blue, the possibility of eating outdoors under an old wooden pergola. 

There are two bedrooms (one with a double bed and one with two small beds), but there is also a gallery with an extra bed and a long bookshelf for browsing. 

There are two bathrooms converted from old rooms, with terracotta floors and painted walls. 

The doors are painted with colours in keeping with the tradition of combining ‘cold’ and ‘warm’ colours, ivory and two shades of grey, colours which are the theme of all the doors throughout the B&B.



© 2007 Liberation Ventures Ltd.



Palazzo Romani Adami
Bed & Breakfast di Charme
Corso Cavour 94
63023 Fermo

For any details
Contact: Cecilia Romani Adami
Te +39 338 88 11 300
Web-Site:  www.palazzoromaniadami.it


                                      © 2007 Liberation Ventures Ltd.


  Map  |  Print