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We loved our stay at Palazzo Lambertenghi. Nicollo is a very gracious host Our room was spacious and the palazzo was a treat to walk around. Every corner held some interesting artifact. Breakfast was sumptuous and delicious. Would highly recommend booking
Niccolo and his Dad welcomed us into their 500 year old tower house full of the most interesting antiques , bits and pieces. We were on the top floor . Room was big,bathroom good . The bells ringing from the church great . Breakfast in...More
We were delighted with the 14 century Palazzo, which was furnished with genuine antiques - we had carved wooden parrots on our bed posts! However the heating and plumbing were all very modern and the bathrooms were excellent, as was the breakfast - a feast...More
Dickens and 'The Old Curiosity Shop' comes to mind when you look at the artefacts that abound within the building. On our first day there seemed to be a little confusion about breakfast timings we almost missed a train as a result but all was...More
For the first weekend in June we (my partner, oldest son and myself) spent two wonderful nights here.
Having braved driving down the incredibly narrow old passageways we finally found our destination and immediately forgot the bad weather which had been our constant companion that...More
US$ 159 - US$ 201 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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