Executive summary by darmansjah
This B&B was a surprise find in the center of historic Naples - big comfortable rooms/bathrooms. Sgr. Fusco, the owner, and Adrianna, were superb - friendly, welcoming and helpful. The morning breakfast was a generous choice of: fresh fruits, yoghurts, breads/rolls, sliced meats and cheeses, jams/jellies, coffee/tea and juices. Naples is a noisy chaotic city, especially in the center, and while we enjoyed hearing life lived at the top of the voices of the neighborhood, the double-paned windows were very useful in cutting out most of noise when we wanted quiet.
Just one caution - for travelers with mobility impairment, this B&B would not be an ideal choice because it is located on a hill and coming from/going to the B&B requires walking up or down several blocks with very narrow sidewalks or on the cobblestone streets. However, once you reach the main artery, Via Toledo (3 blocks downhill), you are in a pedestrian zone that goes all the way to the waterfront. Via Toledo is full of cafes, restaurants, shops, etc.
Of interest is the newly opened metro line - the Toledo Station to the National Museum Station is full of art, and art tours of this metro line are conducted once a week at 10:30AM.