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L’Antico Forziere in the capable hands of Daniela and her industrious family, formerly the manager of another hotel in the guide, is a pleasant and strategic place from which to tour the highlights of Umbria. The ancient stone fortress building on the Tiber river, is located just of... more

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The town of Orvieto, just off the main expressway between Rome and Florence, is one of the most picturesque of all the Umbrian hilltowns. This small city is perched on the top of a hill—an intriguing sight that can be viewed from many kilometers away. Less than a ten-minute drive so... more

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A truly classic hotel with old-world charm, the 120-year-old Brufani Palace was once two hotels sitting back to back in the main piazza of Perugia’s historic center. Joined together like Siamese twins, the hotel has been recently restored to its original splendor with, of course... more

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Emanuela and Paolo left behind advertising careers and a period of time living in Mexico and returned to their native Italy with the idea of changing lifestyles and opening a B&B. They purchased and carefully restored Casa Branca, a hilltop stone house surrounded by woods and a so... more

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Casa Giulia Country House

Just off the busy road that connects the major towns of Umbria—Perugia, Assisi, Spoleto, and Todi—is the elegant country house Giulia, which has been in the Petrucci family since its 14th-century origins. Later additions were built on to the main stone villa, one of which ... more

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La Casella, Ficulle, Italy

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La Corte Del Lupo Bed And Breakfast, Umbria, Italy
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In order to stand out among the crowd of recently opened bed and breakfasts in Italy, many hosts have begun to specialize according to their own personal interests. This is true for enthusiastic and friendly hosts, Alberto and his Brazilian wife Luzia, who opened a gourmet vegetarian ... more

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As you twist up the steep, narrow road from Spoleto toward Monteluco, you will see on your left an appealing, ochre-colored villa. The setting looks so fabulous that you will hope this is your hotel. It is, and you won’t be disappointed. The Eremo delle Grazie is an astounding prope... more

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The scenic approach to the Fattoria di Vibio passes through lush green hills, by picturesque farms, and is highlighted by a romantic view of the quaint town of Todi, 20 kilometers away. The houses sit side by side and share between them 14 double rooms with private baths. Common areas... more

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A reader highly recommended La Fortezza, saying that it was a wonderful bargain and that he enjoyed the best meal of his entire trip there. We too were immediately captivated by this simple, charming place to stay in the center of Assisi. The restaurant seems to be the star attraction... more

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The walled hill town of Spoleto is a must on any trip to Umbria. What Spoleto has that is so outstanding is its Bridge of Towers (Ponte delle Torri), an absolutely awesome feat of engineering. Built in the 13th century on the foundations of an old Roman aqueduct, this bridge, spanning... more

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La Ghirlanda is an enchanting country home, glowing with warmth and color, charm and romance. The sprawling country estate home of Riccardo and Amalija who encourage you to make their house your home. From the hill top position, the light yellow stately home, originally the family h... more

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Terrace Il Tartufo
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La Locanda del Capitano

La Locanda del Capitano is a tiny inn romantically tucked in the historic center of a medieval, picture-perfect walled village perched on a hilltop overlooking a serene, gentle, Umbrian landscape. The hotel is at heart a restaurant, which has quickly gained well-deserved publicity for... more

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The address says Gubbio but actually the Locanda, of ancient origins, is immersed in the wooded hills halfway between Gubbio and Perugia (each 20km away) where it once played a strategic role protecting the territory. Take the scenic road up to the group of stone houses (once an entir... more

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Locanda Palazzone - Guest Room

The Locanda Palazzone distinguishes itself from the more standard agriturismo or bed and breakfast choices by its contemporary interiors wrapped up in a 14th-century building. Once a cardinal’s home and a stopover on a pilgrimage to Rome, the hillside residence takes in wide open vi... more

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Of all the places we stayed on our trip to Italy Locanda Rosati was our favorite bed and breakfast. Giampiero and Cristiana run the front of house while Paolo and Gopal are responsible for the delicious food. Guests take priority at this deluxe bed and breakfast and like us I’m sure... more

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Le Logge Di Silvignano, Italy

Le Logge di Silvignano, a stunning castle of creamy-beige stone, embraces one side of a tiny 12th-century village with a population of about 85 people tucked high in the hills north of Spoleto. It is not surprising to learn the building was originally a strategic lookout to guard agai... more

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Restaurant of Malvarina, Italy

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L’Orto degli Angeli is a rare jewel. Located in the historic center of Bevagna (a small, picture-perfect walled village of Roman origin), this intimate inn exudes the genuine warmth of a private home, yet offers the comfort and sophistication of a fine hotel. The handsome stone hous... more

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After many years working as managers of multinational corporations in separate cities, gracious hosts Stefano and Paola Zocchi changed lifestyles and location. They decided on Umbria—midway between Milan and Rome—and bought the Palazzetta property sitting on a hill near Todi. Comp... more

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The town of Spoleto has gained international fame thanks to the July Due Mondi festival, a month-long series of cultural events including ballet, theater, opera, and concerts with renowned artists, which attracts a worldwide audience. Accommodations are reserved from one year to the n... more

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With a rich history dating back to the 16th century, the Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini in the historic center of Orvieto, an incredible, walled city perched atop a high hill, was once home to the wealthy Piccolomini family. At the end of the 1980s the palace was rescued from neglect and a... more

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Pian Di Cascina 17th Century Umbrian Farmhouse
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Podere Costa Romana

In a small pocket of land in the southernmost point of Umbria is the Podere Costa Romana property, immersed in the green hillsides south of ancient Narni. Dynamic hostess Anna Maria left her native Naples for the peace and quiet of the Umbrian hills and meticulously restored the stone... more

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Fabrizio and Bianca, the Milanese hosts originally from this part of Umbria, restored their farmhouse, situated in the very desirable location just 2 km from Assisi, with their guests’ comfort foremost in mind. With careful attention to detail, six comfortable apartments and two... more

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Poggio alle Vigne, Italy

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Just on the border between Umbria and Tuscany and conveniently close to the walled town of Citta della Pieve, the Relais dei Magi is an excellent choice for accommodations in this enchanting part of Italy. A quiet, tree-lined lane leads up to the handsome 18th-century yellow villa wit... more

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Gubbio is one of Umbria’s many jewels: a small, wonderfully intact medieval town that presses against the wooded hillside. A not-to-be-missed sight in Gubbio is the Piazza Grande, considered to be one of the boldest examples of medieval town planning, and facing onto this awesome ma... more

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Relais Il Canalicchio is snuggled within a medieval village on a hilltop overlooking a breathtaking vista of vineyards, olive groves, tiny villages, and forested hills that melt into the horizon. Because the hotel occupies almost the entire romantic village, it has secret little terra... more

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Relais La Tenuta del Gallo - Relais

The beautifully renovated Relais Tenuta del Gallo (which opened its doors to guests in 2008) has an excellent location: convenient to the romantic hill towns of Umbria and Tuscany, and also nearby the Sabine Hills which lie just to the south. This 17th-century country farmhouse sits o... more

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Assisi is one of our favorite places to stay and our guide can never recommend enough hotels here, so we were delighted to find the Residenza d’Epoca San Crispino, a fabulous, enchanting new hotel. Dating back to the 14th century when it was a religious site for the order of San Cri... more

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Romantik Hotel Le Silve di Armenzano - Guest Room

As the road twists and turns ever further into the wooded hills above Assisi, one can’t help wondering what treasure awaits at the trail’s end, or if anyone could possibly have found this romantic hideaway before you. What a surprise then to finally turn off the graveled road and ... more

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Crowning the top of a small hill near the enchanting walled village of Todi (which you can see in the distance), the Relais Todini has a breathtaking, 360-degree view of wooded hills, soft valleys, manicured fields, vineyards, and tiny villages. You will be captivated at first sight o... more

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Hotel San Luca, Italy

Spoleto is always a favorite with tourists, not only during the music festival (end of June until mid-July), but throughout the year. Due to its popularity, there used to be a shortage of charming places to stay within the walled city but happily that problem was solved with the openi... more

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Fortunate guests at the fascinating Tenuta di Canonica are assured of an unforgettable stay. Maria and Daniele, with son Michelangelo, have transformed a massive stone tower with foundation dating to the ancient Roman period and adjoining century-old house into a bed and breakfast of ... more

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If you are searching for a property that is one hundred percent Umbrian,you have come to the right place. Le Terre del Verde incorporates all the best of what this marvelous region offers: Genuinely warm hospitality, characteristic accommodation within historic dwellings, a noteworth... more

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The elegant Le Tre Vaselle is located in Torgiano, a small wine village not far from Assisi. The interior reflects the ambiance of a graceful country manor with sophisticated furnishings and exquisite taste displayed in every detail. The hotel belongs to the Lungarotti family who are ... more

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Hotel Umbra, Italy

For a moderately priced place to stay in the heart of Assisi, the Hotel Umbra is an unbeatable choice. The hotel is located just a few steps down a narrow little alley that leads off the Piazza del Comune, one of the central plazas in town. The entrance is through wrought-iron gates t... more

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Hotel Villa Ciconia, Italy

A convenient stopover while heading either north or south along the main artery—the A1 autostrada—is the Villa Ciconia inn. Located below the historical center of Orvieto, in the newer commercial outskirts, the property maintains its tranquil setting thanks to the fortress of tree... more

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Italy abounds with romantic places to stay, but none can surpass the outstanding beauty of the Villa Milani. This stunning property, on a hill overlooking Spoleto, just about has it all: enchanting architecture, breathtaking 360-degree view, splendid decor, gorgeous antiques, and owne... more

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The Villa Zuccari, the childhood home of owner Paolo Zuccari, opened its doors in 2005 to guests. With the admirable success of their other nearby hotel, San Luca in Spoleto, it was natural that he and his gracious wife, Daniela, decided to transform the spacious pink villa into a sma... more

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