AddressPiazza Santa Fosca 29 TorcelloSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Not much has changed since this rustic wine shop was transformed into a country inn in 1934 by Harry’s Bar founder Giuseppe Cipriani. The six spacious rooms are more like suites, with stocked libraries and easy chairs in lieu of TVs for a true literary retreat. You’re bound to find inspiration for your next novel in Hemingway’s favourite room, Santa Fosca, with its balcony overlooking the garden and original creaky oak floors.
Our independent authors have visited Locanda Cipriani and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Murano, Burano & the Northern Islands.
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