History - Palazzo Masi bed & breakfast Siena

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Our history
Dedicated to our ancestors
At the end of XIX century, Palazzo Masi was one of the palaces in the historical centre belonged to Benito Masi, an esteemed sienese saddler, founder of a variety of associations still active and ancestor of the present owner.
Alizzardo was born here and and all his ancestors lived here: you'll be guested by a real sienese family, happy to share with you its family's history.
Our guests make part of our history

After 10 years of activity, on 2012 we shared on the web our guestbook.A lot of nice guests wrote directly on these pages, at the end of their stay in Siena in our property.Many of them returned, we happily met some couple until three, four times after their first visit, some of them suggested our medieval building to their friends, parents, sons and this year we're looking forward to meet some of our past guests.
All of them falled in love with the extrahordinary experience that the Palio is.
A lot of our guests are actually good friends, althought the sea and thousands kilometres don't let us to meet so many often as we would like.It has been an honour, for us, to contribute in getting more special some events as weddings, anniversaries, honeymoons (some promises have been made right here), admire beautiful rings bought in Siena, and also two babies, we knew after, will have Palazzo Masi in their parents' memories.
During these years we spoke a lot with our guests, shared photos, described old ancients objects, telling curious stories and suggesting secrets good places where are small treasures, or good food to eat, both in Siena and surroundings.It has been so funny, really funny.You can read our guestbook and flip the pages: we're looking forward to read your sign and impressions on it, once you'll be here.
Then, on our blog, you can read histories and have further useful information for your trip in Siena.
Casato di Sotto,29 - Siena - Tel.+393496009155
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