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We stayed at the palazzo only one night and had to leave early the next morning. That was a shame, because this is a magical, remarkably preserved Renaissance landmark. Many frescoes have survived untouched. Gabriela is in the process of having art students clean others....More
It’s when things go wrong that you see how people really are, and so I can say that the Palazzo Orsini has a true sense of hospitality. We stayed the night of our wedding anniversary and we were offered a special dinner. Unfortunately our plane...More
We stayed here for one night for a short excursion from Rome. What a lovely place! Gabriela was a delight and could not have been more friendly. The rooms have just been renovated and are great. The breakfast is outstanding - great choice and plenty...More
We wanted somewhere to stay for two nights which would be close enough to visit Rome, but where we would be able to take our hire car and not have the hassles of Rome traffic. We were fortunate to find this B&B and couldn't have...More
What an amazing place to stay if you are interested in history and old buildings! Not to mention the view from the giant stone veranda. We loved the quiet town of Mugnano, and the great countryside walking opportunities all around. The family who runs the...More
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US$111 - US$129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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