By the opening of the B&B we would like to promote this ancient site, abandoned for a long time and called Il Conventino, because once it really was a convent, close the little Church of Saint Lorenzo Martire, still open for religious service on Sunday mornings. In the Middle Ages the building was a hospice for the poor, then it became a convent ruled by the monks and later a private house. There used to be a passage leading from the church to the convent, but now it is closed. The church dates back to the XIII century, when someone found a wooden statue of the Virgin Mary. It was hidden under the ground, near the coast, and called the Virgin Mary of Miracles because of supposed miraculous events. Today it is placed on the main altar. On the side altar there is a Christ Redeemer and opposite a Saint Lorenz oil painting. The Church can be opened, under our supervision, for visiting or praying.


2 large rooms with 3 beds each (or 1 double plus a single one)
2 bathrooms, external but reserved to the single room
double pillows
sheets and towels
baby cots
bath foam, shampoo, body cream , bathing caps
room cleaning and change of bed linen every three days
bathroom cleaning daily
air conditioning
Wi-fi free
mineral water and fruit juices free
furnished kitchen with microwave oven and tea kettle
terrace with a view over the church
dogs allowed

Breakfast is served from 8.00 to 9.30. Earlier, you can make your own breakfast in the kitchen using our food and drinks, or have it free at the Derby Bar, down the street ( in July and August the bar is closed on Sundays).

Breakfast is Italian style (sweet) with espresso coffee, cappuccino, nescafè coffee, fresh or soya milk and a variety of different fruit juices. At any time you can make tea and coffee in the kitchen.

Single room € 40,00
Double room € 60,00
Triple room € 70,00
Extra bed € 15,00

Notice : Please, send a message or call us to notify the time of your arrival, because we might not be at home. Thank you ☺


The Airport and the A14 Motorway are about 5-7 km far away.
Ancona, capital of the region, is just 14 km away . Among its principal monuments are the Cathedral of San Ciriaco, which dominates the city from the heights of Guasco Hill, the National Archaeological Museum of The Marches, the 11th-Century Church of Santa Maria della Piazza, the Trajan’s Arch, the Roman Amphitheatre and many more that you can discover along a very pleasant walk.
The Riviera del Conero is a few kilometres south of Ancona, with the bay of Portonovo, one of the prettiest white pebbled beaches on the whole of the Northern Adriatic shore.
The ancient town of Senigallia with its waterfront is 18 km far away from the B&B.
The Frasassi Caves, the towns of Fermo, the beautiful Renaissance city of Urbino are within a two hour drive.
We will be glad, when compatible with our work schedules, to take our guests to the airport or the railway station or to any place not served by public transport.