Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Spoleto, Locanda le Due Querce is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants, Locanda le Due Querce makes it easy to enjoy the best of Spoleto.
Locanda le Due Querce offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and a lounge. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you're looking for a place to eat, Castello di Poreta (1.8 km) and Le Due Querce (1.9 km) are all within walking distance of Locanda le Due Querce.
Best of all, Locanda le Due Querce makes it easy to experience many great Spoleto attractions like Piazza del Duomo, Chiesa di San Ponziano, and Arco DI Druso, which are some popular historic sites.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Locanda le Due Querce is sure to make your visit to Spoleto one worth remembering.
Stayed here as part of a walking holiday. The welcome was warm and friendly. The room was fine although we couldn't access any wi-fi. The food in the restaurant was excellent. My antipastino was amazing for 8€.50. It would have easily fed two people. Everything we ate was of very high quality and well cooked. The restaurant was packed with locals, which is always a good sign. Very good value for money.
I can't say anything about the rooms because I was only in restaurant but for sure I can say that they have one of the best meals I tried in Italy! We had antipasto and then primo piatto - pasta and dessert. Well, to be honest after antipasto I was so full that I couldn't pasta! But what a antipasto it was! Heaven in my mouth!
Didn't stay here, but went for an evening meal and again for a Sunday lunch. Travellers realize what the beauty of this location when driving back towards Spoleto, especially when the sun drops with a host of colours showcasing the valley and the Martani mountains. After parking the motor vehicle in the area opposite the entrance, I reached the warmly decorated dining room with square tables set with proper tablecloths and serviettes, make you forget you are in the country until glancing at the olive trees outside. I've really enjoyed their bruschetta, the spelt and trasimeno bean soup, the pappardelle with hare & black truffle ragu`(for only 8 Euros), the beef tagliata with rocket leaves, balsamico & shaved parmesan, the big serve of typical crescionda (for 3 Euros!) as well as the coffee. Pizza wasn't as great as the one at osteria at Passo d'Acera. The atmosphere was convivial. I think they need more than one rest room as it gets busy when they have functions. The professional and polite waiter kindly showed me one of the guest bedrooms, number 18, which seemed to need some attention to small detail, e.g. the bedcover was not tightly pulled up, the shower size is only for medium sized people, but the room was sufficiently large with a window overlooking the outdoor swimming pool. Surely I will go back to dine.…