Serena is a really great host. Nothing is too much trouble and is also very welcoming and accommodating. Breakfast - huge and satisfying. The rooms are stylishly decorated and the house is new and modern and very very clean. We had a great stay, we will definitely coming back in summer and winter.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Serena, Marco and Jacapo are very happy to welcome you into their home and provide you two bedrooms with a total of five beds, free wi-fi and parking. Particular attention is paid to the smallest of quests (children) with a dedicated playroom and an enclosed garden with outdoor games. Cyclists and motorcyclists are particularly welcome. An abundant and healthy breakfast will be served in the dining room or in the garden and is included in the price. In the village there are bars, shops, bank, bakery, newsagent, pharmacy, bus stop, laundry, stables, restaurants and pizzerias. Just seven kilometers away there are cinemas, theater, swimming pool and gym facilities.SERVICES INCLUDED IN THE RESERVATION:Linen, breakfast, courtesy, cleanliness of rooms, heating, baby package on request (changing table, high chair, cot, stroller), microwave, kettle and ironing board in the room, bicycles for adults and children, ski and ski boot, chairs, snowshoes for adults and children.EXTRA SERVICES:Babysitting service, laundry and lunch baskets can also be providedGENERAL INFORMATION:This B & B is located in Villa Santina in the province of Udine.Rich in natural beauty, but also in history and art, events and traditions, Carnia, the mountainous area north-west of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region, offers many opportunities for leisure activities throughout the year. For those who love bold alpine climbing, as for those who are looking for more easy trips to the Carnic Alps and the Friulian Dolomites make for an ideal vacation. You can explore on foot, mountain bike or horseback in the summer, ski (downhill and x-country) or snowshoeing in the winter, along a range of trails (from easy to advance) that are well marked and provide spectacular views.The town is an ideal starting point for cycling on the climbs of the Tour of Italy – particularly the Zoncolan (12 km to the attack of the climb) and the still untouched Crostis. For those who love art and culture, you are close to Illegio where every year there are exhibitions of sacred art that is international renowned, while the museum networks of Carnia cover a wide range of interests.Hiking trails such as the path of Churches and Faith provide the opportunity to travel on foot or by mountain bike. These trails allow you to discover the fascinating hidden corners of Carnia passing through the history for the Roman city of Iulium Carnicum. In winter the nearby snow-covered slopes of the Zoncolan guarantee fun for all winter sports enthusiasts with the opportunity to end the day at the spa of Arta Terme. ... more less