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Hotel Le Terrazze Di Gualdo Gualdo Tadino
Le Terrazze Di Gualdo Rent Rooms is in Umbria, in the historic centre of Gualdo Tadino, a city known for its artistic manufacture of pottery and for its Rocchetta's wellspring of pure water. Gualdo is very close to Assisi, Gubbio, Spello, Trevi, Spoleto,Todi and Perugia. You can enjoy a unique view from the terraces as you can turn your gaze 360 degrees around you and see the spectacular mountains, the lush pine forests and the whole city below. Thanks to its location in the historic centre, you can easily walk to every place of interest in Gualdo: Rocca Flea (the Frederician fortress that also hosts the Civic Museum), Corso Italia, Piazza 40 Martiri, Museo della Ceramica (the Pottery Museum), Pinacoteca di San Fancesco (St. Francis' Church), Chiesa di San Benedetto (St. Benedict's Church), Chiesa di San Donato, Monastero degli Zoccolanti (Monastery of the Zoccolanti monks), Santuario della Madonna del Divino Amore (Sanctuary of Our Lady of Divine Love), the public swimming pool, San Guido's belvedere, the green path for those who love nature excursions and good local cuisine as the house is near to many nice restaurants. Pets are welcome (medium and small size). more
Hotel Borgo Sant'Angelo Gualdo Tadino
The basis of Borgo Sant'Angelo's philosophy is to guarantee to you, our guests, a unique holiday experience respectful of our countryside: it is the town itself, in fact, that opens itself to welcome travellers into its community and makes them feel, to put it briefly, at home. The central structure is the heart of a cosy hotel, originally a monastery dating from around 1200: its comfort is derived from the breakfast room, filled with light, restored from the old kitchen of the original building, where every morning tasty and wholesome breakfasts are served. In addition, the central structure reserves for its guests, in the reception areas, a little Bistro corner, a well-stocked library, called “The History Room”, in which they can relax with a good book, and above all, the verdant terrace garden bathed in sunlight, where the ancient vegetable garden of the monks once grew. more