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Palazzo Venturelli

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27 Oct 2014
“Beautiful place and Wonderful people!”
14 Aug 2012
“A Palazzo fit for royalty...”
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Reviewed 27 October 2014

I recently went with a group of people on a week-long trip wine tasting, shopping, and visiting olive groves. Our group stayed at the Pallazzo Venturelli, and were hosted by the most fabulous couple, and their wonderful help.The place was beautiful, fabulous rooms, gorgeous old...More

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Reviewed 14 August 2012

I recently stayed at Palazzo Venturelli and I have not stopped dreaming about it since! Staying in this beautifully restored 15th century palazzo makes you feel like pure royalty. The premises are exquisite-- they have kept the original Renaissance charm and updated it with modern...More

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Reviewed 17 June 2012

We recently stayed three nights at Palazzo Venturelli, a lovingly restored historic palazzo in one of Umbria's most untouched towns. Guglielmo is a charming host who makes everyone feel at home. The care that he has put into restoring this wonderful place shows in every...More

Thank Nebbiolata
Reviewed 28 August 2007

If you've always wondered what one of those fabulous, imposing, but maddeningly closed Italian Renaissance palazzos looks like on the inside, here's your chance! Palazzo Venturelli was built ca. 1450 and has been lovingly restored by Guglielmo and Rita Antonini. The palazzo has three suites,...More

1  Thank Aretina
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Italy > Umbria > Province of Terni > Amelia
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"There are several rooms, some single and others as a suite with kitcenette."
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