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We spent 5 nights at this delightful, peaceful hotel and loved our stay from beginning to end. Hotel sits overlooking the Bernalda Valley, which you can see while splashing about in the pool. Pool area is wonderful, the grounds are dotted with olive trees and...More
Intersting location, as followed the google maps directions we thought something was wrong, driving through streets of appartment blocks with no sign of a hotel... but then there was the gate to the hotel, and once we got in, we were positively surprised. Lovely garden,...More
My wife and i have just returned from a wonderful 5 day break in Basilicata and were very lucky to have stayed at this hotel for our visit.
The hotel is decorated with lovely hand painted furniture and is beautifully clean and bright.
Highly recommended place to sleep, nice pool. The garden is great, playground for children. The breakfast is very nice. Rooms are very cosy. The owners are very friendly and welcome, open to give advices.
After an exhausting day trying to find a hotel, Giamperduto was recommended by another hotel with no vacancy. After driving through the streets with rather run down apartments, it was a real delight to walk through to the garden oasis on the other side of...More
Hi Oibee, I am not sure if you are still interested in an answer or it is too late... We spent a few days here over Easter this year, and really enjoyed it. Access to Bernalda is not the easiest, as it is up a hill, quite... More
Hi Oibee, I am not sure if you are still interested in an answer or it is too late... We spent a few days here over Easter this year, and really enjoyed it. Access to Bernalda is not the easiest, as it is up a hill, quite steep and bendy as you get closer to the town. And road is not exactly wide... Even in the car I thought I would rather not have to do it in the dark. It is a nice little village with a castle, and it has enough to offer in terms of bars and restaurants, walkable from the hotel, really, about 15 minutes. Certainly felt like real Italy, in fact we did not run into any other foreigners while in town. The hotel was very nice, quiet and does offer bikes. But to be honest, I would not think that there is lots to do without a car. Ans as I said, that hill with a bicycle would be tough... hope this helps!
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"We had room 5 which was really nice, with a lovely olive tree in the coutyard. A lovely room."