Looking for a place to stay in Manta? Then look no further than Bed and Breakfast Il Giardino dei Semplici, a quaint bed and breakfast that brings the best of Manta to your doorstep.
Rooms at Bed and Breakfast Il Giardino dei Semplici provide a kitchenette.
Manta has plenty of Chinese restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Hana and We Like Wok, which are serving up some great dishes.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Castello della Manta (0.2 mi), Chiesa di San Rocco (0.1 mi), and Santa Maria del Monastero (0.4 mi), which are some popular Manta attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the bed and breakfast.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Bed and Breakfast Il Giardino dei Semplici as you experience everything Manta has to offer.
We arrived early, but Beatrice was happy to show us up to our tree house (we stayed in la Quercia) - it was a bit of a climb, but that is part of the fun of staying in a treehouse. There is no wifi up in the trees, but there were complimentary sweets, chocolates, nuts and wine, which made us happy. We had to park our bikes quite a long way from the tree - we don't really like them to be out of sight, but the gates were locked and the site was very secure, so we weren't worried. The walk through the trees to the treehouse is well laid out, well lit, and decorated with gnomes, bird boxes and pretty or amusing trinkets, making it feel like an enchanted wood. The treehouse itself is very sturdy, beautifully made and luxuriously decorated, in a whimsical style. The bathroom is small, but perfectly formed, with a wooden basin, a hot shower, a toilet and a window. The terrace outside has a couple of seating areas, far-reaching views if you peer through the leaves, and a LOT of dusk time bugs...inside is fine, but outside became unbearable while the sun was setting (it had been fine earlier, while we were picnicking) - I guess we should have realised sooner, but we didn't even think about it until we started getting bitten and retreated inside (sadly not soon enough, as I'm still bearing the scars a fortnight later!). However, I can't blame bugs for living in trees, and there were certainly none inside the treehouse itself. Beatrice climbed quietly into the tree at 8 the next morning, bearing a splendid breakfast, which she laid out beautifully on the (now bug-free) terrace, for us to enjoy at our leisure - it was a really thoughtful and impressive touch. We had been keen to stay in a treehouse for a long time, and this definitely satisfied our curiosity, I would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes trees and doesn't mind stairs - just make sure you bring some insect repellent!…