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After some magnificent and energetic days in Rome, we had some rest in this cozy and beautiful castle. It really felt like a little piece of heaven on earth. The location is so remote and calm, on the top of a hill. And yes, the...More
Castello di Petrata is one of our favorites and this was our fourth (or fifth?) visit. The setting is beautiful with views over Assisi, and all the rooms we have been assigned have been very comfortable. The restaurant is excellent and be sure to experience...More
Room was good but not exceptional but the views, building and service were excellent. We found the dinner in the private cellar truly special. Best if you have a car for ease of transport to and from Assisi. Park at Bosco of San Francesco and...More
This country villa, 6 km from Assisi has magnificent gardens, views and facilities.
We arrived early and check-in was no problem.
Dining in the restaurant; quality of food was very good but meals were just warm and for what we paid we expected better. By...More
We were here three nights in early April, when it was still cool and very early spring. The staff was very responsive, and the room was fine. With one exception, the food was excellent. A great place to stay in the Assisi area. The front...More
My husband and I are staying here now. It is absolutely not true that you can easily walk to Assisi from here. If you tried in the current temperature which is 40 degrees it would take you AGES and you would be severely... More
My husband and I are staying here now. It is absolutely not true that you can easily walk to Assisi from here. If you tried in the current temperature which is 40 degrees it would take you AGES and you would be severely dehydrated.
By car the drive is about 15 minutes .
It may take an hour or two to walk to the base of the hill where Assisi starts but then you are still nowhere near the centre which is a long way up hill .
Sorry to put a dampener on your holiday but in August I do not recommend walking. The castello is kind of in the middle of nowhere which is why it is so called... it was a fortress in medieval times to look out for enemies invading Assisi. You can see Assisi from the castello but it is a long way and no pedestrian paths.
Hire a car.
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"The higher floor is quieter. The tiramisu is the best I have ever tasted. Remember castles don;t have lifts!"