Dorothy is a charming hostess who runs this small B and B business in a lovely small Palazzo in historic Venafro. It's not cheap, but nor is the upkeep of such beautiful places which are part of the complex heritage of italy. Dorothy showed us the private rooms of the building, some beautifully restored others awaiting attention. Our relatively basic bed room was fine with a small en suite shower and loo and comfortable bed. The breakfast was magnificent, with fresh farm produce.
The only downside is the proximity of church bells, which sound the hour every 15 minutes. Be aware, they may not worry you but they did make sleep less than perfect for us. However other guest were not bothered at all.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking