Castello di Petroia

Address: Loc Scritto di Gubbio, Gubbio, Umbria, 06020, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Centro Historico area of Gubbio.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCastello di Petroia Gubbio

    Reviewed by roverlibr

    Our favorite hotel!

    Reviewed Jul 10, 2013
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    We absolutely loved this hotel. We were fortunate to have a suite, so we each had our own bedroom. There was a small elevator which helped getting luggage upstairs, and the room, including bath was impeccably clean. We ate in the restaurant both nights and the food was the best we had in all of Italy. Pasta was so fresh and service was perfect.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Castello di Petroia Gubbio

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    Travel Blogs from Gubbio

    Staying at the castle!!

    A travel blog entry by roverlibr on Jul 10, 2013

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    We had arranged with AIM to have a driver pick us up and get us to the airport for 150 euros (along with Darryl and Bonnie) so we could pick up our rental car. We couldn't find him right away but eventually we all connected. Off to the airport, goodbyes to Darryl and Bonnie and off in search of the Auto Europe rental desk. After first going to the …

    Day 11 Venice to Assisi

    A travel blog entry by kathyhotz on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... us. My legs nearly gave ip. Left over soreness from yesterday I think. The art work here is amazing. No pictures allowed so cannot show you. The domes are so high and it is incredible to think that it was designed and built in the 1200's. Assisi would be very quiet and peaceful place except for the millions of visitors each year to see the Basilica and the burial place of St Francis. I m excited because tomorrow we are off to ...

    Discovering Assisi

    A travel blog entry by geosand on Oct 10, 2014

    ... sitting in the piazza writing cards. From there we strolled down a lovely road to San Damiamo - the original home of the Poor Clares. The road is lined with olive groves and at the end is a very nice statue of Francis. We spent an hour or so there. It was not overly crowded but as the morning wore on there were more and more tour groups and school groups around. On the way back up we were greeted by a shepherd and many of his sheep grazing among the olive trees. Joey remarked how ...

    Rome to Assisi

    A travel blog entry by geosand on Oct 09, 2014

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    ... our scheduled departure). Of course she asked for $ but we passed on that opportunity. After some searching I found the customer care desk and confirmed we needed track 1 but what I failed to compute was we needed track 1 East. We calmly sat in the waiting room until 5 minutes before our scheduled departure and with no sign of a train we began to search. Joey heard an announcement that she thought said track 5, I opted to confirm again with the friendly customer care ...

    Last Day in Fabriano

    A travel blog entry by kerryburd on Oct 08, 2014

    ... a HUGE coastal city and was a major ship building port at the peak of the Italian economy. There was a very cool church on top of the hill. After there we drove north to a coastal resort town where we ate at a restaurant called Bano. Most of the several miles long strip including large hotels were completely closed since Europeans typically only vacation June, July and August. The town is not easily accessed by tourist so ...