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Reviewed August 13, 2006

This was our third year in a row staying at the Albergo Allegria, and it never fails to please. The staff is friendly and helpful, and the breakfasts are spectacular. The rooms have always been clean, comfortable, and well-appointed. This time, we selected the "Peppermint Fields" Carriage House Suite, which had a king-sized bed, 15-ft ceiling with skylight, private porch (very comfy to sit and read in the morning), spacious jacuzzi tub, and private "mud-room" entryway, so you don't have to track dirt or wet shoes into the room. There is a book in the sitting room with reviews by previous guests of local restaurants, which is always handy- we especially like the Chalet Fondue next door! The breakfast includes a choice of cereals, breads, and teas, and juice, a daily meat selection (bacon, sausage, ham, etc.), as well as your choice of a sweet breakfast (waffles, pancakes, french toast- it depends on the day), an open omelet, a closed omelet, a savory egg scramble, or eggs any way you choose. The staff is friendly and attentive without being excessive.
Also, in response to a previous reviewer who found "religious-seeming materials" in the lobby: I actually read that review before we went this year, and had no memory of any such thing from previous visits, so I actively looked for these materials during this trip. All I found was a sign above the inn door reading "God Bless This House", and some brochures for an internation non-denominational children's charity, which, I suppose, could have been misconstrued.. There certainly wasn't anything which suggested a "missionary spirit".

We highly recommend the Albergo Allegria, and are looking forward to our stay there next year.

  • Stayed: August 2006, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank ktregar
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Reviewed February 16, 2006

We didn't stay at the B&B but at the Farm House which is about 2 miles down the road in 3 bedroom apartment. The apartment, first floor of the farm house, was very nicely decorated. The kitchen was well equiped and the bath was in very good condition. We had everything we needed.
I do have a couple of remarks, the bed in one of the bedrooms creeked and the cable television channels didn't work 100%.
Apart for that, we would definitly rent it out again.

  • Stayed: February 2006
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4  Thank gulig
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Reviewed August 23, 2004

Just got back from a three-night stay. Yes, the inn is immaculate. No complaints there. And lots of attention to detail, which ordinarily I would appreciate but which here felt somehow over the top. Not Felix Unger-over-the-top, but: framed signs by the garbage instructing how to recycle (don't place recyclables in the garbage but next to it); a card in the bathroom indicating essentially that if hikers or skiers want to clean their boots, there are special boot-cleaning towels in the closet; statements both on the website and in the handbook to the effect that you're free to use massage oil but please use a towel . . . you get the idea. Kind of "have fun--but not too much, and don't make too much noise!"

I would have dismissed these as mere quirks were it not for the robotic, vacant-stared dining-room staff. I dunno, I've been to lots of B&Bs and hotels and there's usually a free-flowing coffee urn. At breakfast Saturday, with a full house (lots of screaming children and virtually every seat taken), we had to wait for them to come around to each table with a tiny pot of coffee. We're talking like 30 people waitin' for their cuppa joe. Not a pretty sight. And there *were* some religious-seeming materials for the taking in the lobby. It was a little creepy--I mean, if you're running some kind of a mission or something that should be stated up front. Needless to say, we won't be going back!

8  Thank ditmarsbabe
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Reviewed August 22, 2004

A wonderful ,beautiful place, a great breakfast, accomodating staff,and a peaceful rest.

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Reviewed December 30, 2003

it was the most magical, romantic, place to stay. The staff was great and the atmosphere was cozy. It felt that you were so far away from reality.

3  Thank Experience4541
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