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My husband and I stayed in this delightful little hotel for 4 nights in March, we wanted somewhere central to Perugia. Perugia is an excellent location for discovering Umbria, there are many lovely towns and villages within easy driving distance. We drove up to the...More
Nice hosts in and a welcoming astmophere. Missed wholegrain bread at breakfast but the breakfast was otherwise very nice and fresh. Good location in Perugia and rooms with a very nice view. Stayed there for 7 nights.
I stayed in this hotel for 3 nights in July 2017 and could not have had a nicer experience. The hotel doesn't look much when you arrive and have to drag your bags up a few flights of stairs to the hotel itself (lobby is...More
A fantastic stay. This is a small cosy B&B. But that says nothing. We were lucky to get room 40 with a private terrace that has spectacular views. You can also have al fresco dinner in the terrace (your own wine and super paninis from...More
We stayed as a couple for 2 nights. Our host was very friendly and carried our luggage upstairs, offered coffee upon arrival, and gave tips on places to eat and things to see. The room was spotless and had a good shower with toiletries (razor,...More
It is about a 10-minute ride on the mini-metro (which has a stop at the train station) and then a 5-10 minute walk from the "Cupa" stop to the hotel. Or you could take a taxi, which would probably take about 15 minutes in... More
It is about a 10-minute ride on the mini-metro (which has a stop at the train station) and then a 5-10 minute walk from the "Cupa" stop to the hotel. Or you could take a taxi, which would probably take about 15 minutes in normal traffic/ (I lived in Perugia for 11 years.)