the Meublè Adriana guest house was born in the 1950s and takes its name from the first owner, grandmother Adriana who lived in the building with her husband Raffaello and rented mainly to those who indulged in spa treatments in the fantastic setting of Sirmione. You can still see today on the ground floor their old dining room, now converted into the breakfast room with the characteristic ceiling hand painted in '56 by her husband Raffaello who was an artist in the area. In 2008 after more than 50 years of management following following the passing of Nonna Adriana, the building was completely renovated (previously they were rooms with only one shared bathroom per floor) and converted into the guest house that it is now: each room has its own private bathroom and some are equipped with a small balcony overlooking the characteristic Strentelle alley, the picturesque street that connects the Scaligero Castle to the lovely Church of Santa Maria Maggiore whose origins date back to the 15th century. The family has always had a weakness for art, in fact each room boasts a painting with different tones and shapes, created by their son Jacopo, who

he decided to decorate each room by hand with characteristic and colorful styles, in line with the imagination of his father, Grandfather Raffello. From the period of the renovation to today, the third generation of the family has managed it: his nephew David and his partner Marta : we are the ones who try to make some improvements every year, to be able to grant our guests the greatest number of comforts possible. For this reason we have decided to offer our guests the opportunity to enjoy a fabulous 100% vegan breakfast every morning, with gluten-free options and many new flavors and colours. We are always available to tell you and illustrate every detail of the area and to suggest trips or new destinations, you are welcome like family! We are waiting for you!