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Reviewed December 24, 2016 via mobile

We stayed at Quel Castello one night on the back of a recommendation from an Italian colleague, and i am so glad we did. The place is lovely and we also had dinner in the a la carte restaurant, which was fantastic.
There is four rooms in this castello and we had the junior suite. We loved the stay and would definitely go back!

Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank SwedenLondon
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Reviewed August 26, 2015 via mobile

In common with other reviewers, we saw this as 4 rooms attached to a restaurant. The accommodation is immaculate and very comfortable, although as a younger member of our party remarked, the format is confusing. Once an English speaker was located in what initially appeared to be deserted premises our sense of wellbeing expanded. A superb stay; would love to have stayed longer.

Stayed: August 2015, travelled with family
Thank Matthew C
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Reviewed June 21, 2014

When I entered the building, there was no one around. It is really a restaurant with four rooms, so I eventually went into the restaurant and found someone to help.
Our helper carried the bags up the stairs and into the room (the Blue Room), then showed us the facilities -- except that he couldn’t open the bathroom pocket door. After many tries, he went to get help, but neither one could open it, so he went to get another room key.

The second room (the Pink Room) was much better, the junior suite. It had a bedroom, another small room with a table, and its bathroom had a normal door. This was a great improvement, as the first room was very tiny and the bags would have had to be on the floor, virtually blocking all access to anything else. The second bedroom was larger and one bag was put on the table and the other on the floor in the other room. But there was no closet, no small bar soap in the bathroom.

After getting settled, my husband turned on the flat-screen television, but there was no sound. He did everything he could, but without success, so I went down and found our helper. He did everything except take the set apart, also without success, so he went to get help. Suddenly, just before he returned with another man, the sound went on! (But went off again just before we left the next morning.)

We were told us that breakfast would be Italian style, and if we wanted some prosciutto cotto or formaggio, we should request it. When we went down, only the maid was there, and she brought us a plate of prosciutto cotto and a large wedge of cheese, which we supplemented with apricot cake. When I asked for American coffee, she returned with about 1” of espresso. When I asked for more, we got about 2”.

Regardless of the coffee quantity, this was a good place to stay while eating in the restaurant. PLEASE SEE MY REVIEW OF THE CASTELLO'S RESTAURANT.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Chandolin
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Reviewed December 27, 2013

Whenever we are in the area, we never miss an opportunity to visit Quel Castello di Diegaro. Although we don't get there more than a couple of times a year, we always receive a very warm welcome from the owner and his son. They have a splendid antipasto buffet and very good locally sourced other courses. As it was Santo Stefano, they were just serving a much expanded buffet at lunchtime, perhaps 50 dishes, with fine local cheeses and desserts to follow. Well worth the 5-minute diversion from the A14 at Cesena Nord.

Stayed: December 2013, travelled with family
Thank James G
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Stayed: September 2018, travelled with friends
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