Ospitalità e comfort a Varese tutto l’anno

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  • ospitalita

    Ospitality Feel at home

    Friendliness and serenity characterize the bed & breakfast “the two G”, a concrete expression of a family, the primary condition for a quality stay. You will instantly feel at home.

  • ricettivita

    Receptivity Welcome

    We have four rooms elegantly furnished, with every comfort useful to cheer your stay and make it an experience that you will want to repeat.

  • territorio e sapori

    Territory Traditions and flavours

    Enjoy your stay in our bed & breakfast to discover Varese and its province, with its history, its customs and all the tourist routes that the area offers.

About us

Il bed&breakfast “The two G” began as a realization of our family project, driven by feelings of love and passion. We are a well-matched couple who share the same passion for hospitality that is based on direct experience. As a salesman I travel a lot and I have experienced many different accommodations around the world; rich of this cultural baggage I feel I can offer my guests a service full of elegant simplicity and warmth.

The warmth that my wife Raffaella, audiometric technician at the Hospital of the Circolo in Varese ,a job she is very proud of, can assure thanks to her sunny character and easy manners.
Together with our little Gemma (the third G), we wish to share quiet moments with our guests, giving them the opportunity to discover new places, enjoy them and relax.
With our bed and breakfast we also want to help enhance our region, because Varese and its surroundings will amaze you. There is much to discover: come and do it with us.

The building

The bed & breakfast derives from the restoration of a farmhouse built in 1939. The style of the house fully reflects its age for its conformation (porch with courtyard, narrow windows, ceilings over 3 m high, a sloping roof),its original building materials (rocks, stones and bricks ) and for the presence of a draining well, typical of the Lombard farmhouses of that time. Nonetheless it was modernized with comfortable eco-friendly solutions such as solar panels, a pellet heating fireplace directly connected to the heating system and domestic hot water and a wood fiber insulation in the roof.

The house, today, maintains its state of detached house, however this has not prevented us from obtaining four cozy rooms and a breakfast room, all this over two floors with its own entrance and the possibility of some parking space within the property, of course subject to availability of the same. Each room also has some outdoor space on the balcony or in the porch where you can enjoy the sun and fresh air.


WI-FI Gratuito

Free WI-FI

TV piatto a LED

LED Flat Screen TV





Aria Condizionata

Aria Conditioning


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Our rooms

- Elegant rooms with every comfort -

  • Gardenia

  • Gardenia

  • Gardenia


The smallest room of our bed & breakfast, but still spacious for a comfortable double bed and with all the standard equipment (bedside tables, wardrobe, TV, small desk, chair, large mirror). Out on the porch two chairs and a small table at your disposal to relax in the open air.

  • Giacinto

  • Giacinto

  • Giacinto


In these two rooms wood and stone blend together creating a typical mountain style with a wooden stair leading to the spacious loft. Therefore these two rooms can comfortably host 3 to 4 people.
Both with all standard equipment (bedside tables, wardrobe, TV, small desk, chair, armchair, large mirror). Out on the balcony chairs and small tables at your disposal to relax in the open air.

  • Glicine

  • Glicine

  • Glicine


In these two rooms wood and stone blend together creating a typical mountain style with a wooden stair leading to the spacious loft. Therefore these two rooms can comfortably host 3 to 4 people.
Both with all standard equipment (bedside tables, wardrobe, TV, small desk, chair, armchair, large mirror). Out on the balcony chairs and small tables at your disposal to relax in the open air.

For proposal, prices and bookings contact directly the structure.


- Service , Sport and Culture -

Varese and Surroundings

History Art Culture


In the Mantegazza Park

The castle was built around the original medieval tower of the eleventh century. Of particular value are the frescoed rooms in the wing built in the fifteenth century, the same that houses the art collection with works by important Lombard painters. The eighteenth-century wing hosts temporary exhibitions and spaces for museum education. Workshops for children are organized.

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Sunday 9.30 – 12.30 / 14.00 – 18.00

Adults: € 4


Villa Baragiola

Collection of wooden tactile models of monuments and various architectural works. Born thanks to the will of the blind association – section of Varese, but with the aim of promoting a knowledge without barriers through a series of multi-sensory learning paths, meant for everybody.

Opening time
Tuesday – Friday:: 15.30/17.30
Saturday-Sunday: 10.30-12.30/15.30-18.30

Full Price: 6,00 €


Known as the Isle of Tuscany in Lombardy, it is a village that still looks like a precious jewel of the past. Of late Roman origin, it was reshaped between 1421 and 1441 by Cardinal Branda Castiglioni, a distinguished man of culture and great diplomat. The charming historic village will be even more enjoyable if visited during the monthly ”Cardinal fair” (flea market)


The Archaeological Park of the ancient Castel Seprio consists of the ruins of the homonymous fortified settlement and its village and the nearby church of Santa Maria foris portas. It includes also the Monastery of Torba, managed by FAI and declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.

Opening hours: Period 01/02 30/11
8.30 to 19.30 (Tuesday- Friday)
closing at 16.00 in November

8.30 to 19.00 (Saturday)
9.45 to 18.00 (Sundays and holidays)


It is a monastery picturesquely located on a sheer cliff overlooking the eastern shore of Lake Maggiore. It comprises three buildings: a tiny church, (built in 1195 by a merchant, who, on being shipwrecked, took refuge in a cave, vowed devotion to St Catherine and thus built this church in recognition of his deliverance), the southern convent and the small convent, datable to the late 13th-early 14th centuries.

Opening hours
From 15 June to 15 September
Every day from 9:00 to 18:00
(Church closed from 12.00 to 13.30)

Nature and Environment



The Rocca d’Angera proudly stands on a spur of rock that dominates the southern shores of Lago Maggiore. Originally the house of the Visconti family, in 1449 it was acquired by the Borromeo family and still belongs to them. Inside: great historical halls, with marvellous cycles of frescoes, and in the “Sala delle Maioliche”, an extraordinary collection counting over 300 pieces. 
Other rooms host the Museum of Dolls and Toys, the greatest in Europe.
To create a perfect frame for the Museum, the exquisite Medieval Garden full of symbolic meaning, realized after accurate studies on ancient codices, old documents and pictures.
Ticket – adult € 9

L’isola Bella, transformed from a barren rock to a blooming garden, it is a place of splendor thanks to the recurrent blooming and the priceless architectural treasures. The palace is a jewel of baroque art which boldly blends with the green architectures of the garden, creating a sight for sore eyes.
Ticket – adult € 15

L’isola Madre is a precious jewel in the waters of Lake Maggiore and is known worldwide for its refined botanical collections. On the southern and highest part of the island stand the ancient palace,where prestigious furnishings of the Borromeo House are preserved, and the Family Chapel with the beautiful façade decorated with terracotta panels.
Ticket – adult € 12

Opening Season

Isola Bella, Isola Madre and Rocca d’Angera are open daily from March to October 2015.

Visiting hours:
From 9.00 to 17.30 (last entry).


Il paese dei pittori

A small mountain hamlet in the Varese province known as the “land of Painters”. In fact in 1956, the site was chosen as the venue for the event “Painters on holiday”consisting in the creation of frescoes on the external walls of houses by the greatest contemporary Italian artists. Since then more works were added making Arcumeggia the first example of an “Open-air Fresco Gallery” in Italy, but, more than that it is a lively village where people live their daily life in this unique atmosphere.


It’s a small romantic lake located to the west of Lake Maggiore. The ancient village of Orta San Giulio, a charming medieval burgh rich in history and art, is incontestably the prettiest place on the lake with its tall aristocratic houses and narrow cobbled streets. The picturesque Island of San Giulio and the nearby “Sacro Monte” are worth a visit.


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