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Da Pieri Da Pieri

Located in the small historic village of the Portiera hamlet, in San Giovanni Bianco, the B&B Da Pieri is a welcoming family-run property on the first floor of an ancient house dating back to the early 18th century, recently renovated and modernized.

It is ideal for those who want to enjoy a stay in nature, away from the noise of the city or take long walks, getting lost in the surrounding paths and woods.

Welcome Bikers

You can enjoy with your motorbike the wonderful landscapes of the Orobic Prealps (Passo San Marco, Passo di Zambla, Culmine di San Pietro)

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The ancient village of “Cornello dei Tasso”, famous for being the hub of the ancient Via Mercatorum and also the birthplace of Torquato Tasso, can be reached on foot via an old mule track.

http://www.laviamercatorum.it/

The B&B is located in a strategic position with respect to the Brembana Valley Cycle Route, which connects the entire Valley from Piazza Brembana to Zogno and, for the more trained, even up to the Parco dei Colli di Città Alta in Bergamo.

We have 4 MTBs for free use for guests. E-bike rental and guided tours available with reservation.

Just 30 minutes by car you can reach the ski resorts of the Upper Brembana Valley (Foppolo, Carona, Valtorta, Piazzatorre).

Upon reservation, it is possible to visit the wonderful Dossena mines just a few minutes away by car.

Furthermore, for customers who want to enjoy a totally relaxing stay, we have an agreement with the QC Terme di San Pellegrino Terme facility.

https://www.qcterme.com/it/san-pellegrino/qc-terme-san-pellegrino

 

 

NEWS

September 2021 It is possible to book the new "Bellavista" Suite
July 2021 Recharge point for electric or plug-in cars - 7,4KW

ABOUT US

The Da Pieri B&B recalls the name of our grandmother Pieri, who lived in the apartment that is now reserved for the Bed and Breakfast.

We want to remember his hospitality, kindness and goodness in the ways of doing by recalling his name in our new structure.

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