Lovely old age castle ( are there any new age?) with large grounds and maginficent veiws from every room. The terraces for a sun downer drink at the end of the day touring the countryside are a must. Sit back and enjoy the views as the sun sets behind you. The room we stayed in was very large and the views from it truly superb. You can wander through the castle at any stage but best when teh crowds have left for the day. Dinner across the road at the Nigo Perigo (sp?) restaurant was an added benefit. The ony downside we found was a cold bathroom, very basic shower unit that took the hot water an eternity to heat up and ridiculously thin bathroom towels. Irene who greeted us is a wonderful asset to the business and was very cheerful, spoke good English (althought my wife speaks very good italian) and was full of suggestions to do and see sights. The breakfast is basic, but the views from the breakfast room make up for it. And then some more.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Malaspina Castle of Fosdinovo, dating back from the second half of the twelfth century, stands to the north of Tuscany between the Alps and the Tyrrhenian coast (Lerici, Cinque Terre, Versilia). Today the Castle is a museum, a cultural center dedicated to the production and diffusion of contemporary arts, a retreat for artists and writers and it hosts inside a small bed and breakfast welcoming and very charming. ... more less
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- Castello Malaspina Di Fosdinovo Hotel Fosdinovo