Castello di Pavone

Address: Via Ricetti, 1, Pavone Canavese, Piedmont, 10018, Italy | 4 star castle
 
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This 4 star castle is located in the Midtown area of Pavone Canavese.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCastello di Pavone Pavone Canavese

      Reviewed by marisablomerus

      Awesome stay in a medieval castle

      Reviewed Feb 18, 2012
      by (5 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

      We stayed here during the Battle of the Oranges festival in Ivrea. It was great to stay in a castle and attend the festival with the medieval theme.

      The castle is very impressive and everything restored to look like it would have been in the ancient times. The rooms has several paintings, dark wood panels, and the castle's coat of arms on the chairs, towels and bath robes.

      There are several rooms to dine in and we would definately recommend eating at their restaurant. The food is excellent and the service impeccable.

      We would definately recommend staying here and will return.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Castello di Pavone Pavone Canavese

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