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We recently celebrated our first wedding anniversary by re-visiting the beautiful town we got married in, Petritoli. If you are looking for a unique, pictureqsue location in Italy to get married this is the place for you. Whilst Ferida and...More
We had a wonderful time with a business retreat hosted here last weekend. Ferida and her staff were so accommodating and we enjoyed their hospitality. If you have ever had a fantasy of living in the perfect little medieval Italian castle with a perfect cobblestones...More
60 friends from all over England gathered at the Palazzo for 7 days and we had a ball. The amentities were more than adequate with swimming pools, jacuzzi, kitchens for self catering, artefacts and balconies and wonderful views from this delightful village. The host (Ferida)...More
We stayed here for a week as part of a 2 week vacation in Italy with friends from all over the world as well as our almost-2-year-old daughter. Cannot recommend highly enough. Postcard perfect. Beautiful views. Beautiful pools. Gelato store down at street level is...More
Had an incredible 5 nights here with a group of 30 friends from around the world. It's not a hotel--you are renting your own private palazzo. Hence, service amenities are minimal but the atmosphere is fantastic. The owners are antique collectors and have outfitted the...More
A couple of other things that I forgot: the town is somewhat of a maze. The actual door to the Palazzo is on the right-hand side just after you go through the arches and started up the road. Right beside the door is Ferida's... More
A couple of other things that I forgot: the town is somewhat of a maze. The actual door to the Palazzo is on the right-hand side just after you go through the arches and started up the road. Right beside the door is Ferida's store. When you arrive, this is likely where she will be. A second thing is that there is a shoemaker also along the main road past the arches. He makes outstanding men's shoes at reasonable prices. The catch is that he has few sizes on hand. If you're interested in shoes, you need to see him on the Monday and hopefully he will have your size by Friday. One other thing that you might enjoy is that the gelato place on the main road has a happy hour where if you buy a drink they provide food. The food was far beyond the usual bar snacks and instead took the form of pizza, sandwiches, olives, nuts, and potato chips. A couple of times we went down and had drinks and treated that a supper as it was more than adequate to feed us. Enjoy your trip
Since we were under huge time pressure, we were calling everyone in the town to help us finding out what's going on and basically, quite a lot of people told us that this is very common thing for them to do (disappear for... More
Since we were under huge time pressure, we were calling everyone in the town to help us finding out what's going on and basically, quite a lot of people told us that this is very common thing for them to do (disappear for longer while with no contact). Quite unprofessional.
We ended up with a message saying that the place is not suitable for our group, as we are young people and probably will be too loud. I bet they just got a better offer and decided to cancel our booking. We finally went to the other place in Italy and had a great time.
I wish you good luck with this place. It seems that some of the people are happy with the cooperation, so maybe it will work for you. If not, when trying to reach out to them, we found a guy who lives close by and runs tourist agency in the region. He is very helpful. I can give you the contact.
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"Rooms near the swimming pool tend to be the noisiest if there are children!"