From the ivy-covered walls of the main villa to the homey mixture of antiques, old-fashioned beds, and Oriental rugs, you get charm with a capital “C” at this long-established guesthouse. The service is as kindly as the atmosphere; in fact, our only complaint about the place is that the bathrooms are small, with showers only. You can save a few euros by renting one of the rooms that share bathrooms. For those looking at longer stays, the guesthouse rents out 15 small apartments in a more modern annex across the street; each has a kitchenette. On nice mornings, you can eat breakfast outside in the back garden.