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|Value for money||9.4|
|Distance to city center||0.1 mi|
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Beautiful room (no 3) with a nice view on the plaza. Good bathroom and a very comfortable bed. The owners were very friendly and helpful. The roof terrace gives a beautiful view of the town. We recommend this place.
The beds were comfortable and the breakfast that Sebastian provided each morning was wonderful. The location was in the center of town
This apartment is at the top of many stairs. Fortunately the owner provided help bringing bags up
On the wall of the common area is an award from booking.com, 9.8 for excellence. I believe this is wrong. I would give it a perfect 10 any day! The building dates back to 800AD, meaning it is almost 1,300 years old. Inside there is quaintness and quirkiness everywhere, from the statues in the high-ceilinged foyer, through the ancient stone staircases, to the mismatched heavy wooden doors as you tread your way upstairs. You open a massive (modern) steel door to enter the apartments, and it brings you into the shared space, whereupon there is a very modern and well equipped kitchen, a well-stocked fridge, and three small dining tables, each designed for two. The décor is fresh, the accessories quirky and interesting, including numerous flower arrangements, and the high ceiling adds to the feeling of spaciousness. The French doors leading to the Juliette balcony top it off nicely. Off this room are two doors and an alcove. Each of the doors lead to an apartment. In the alcove is another door, to the third apartment, along with a staircase leading upwards. And up here is a delightful surprise – a rooftop terrace that looks across the town in all directions, including down into the main square. On the day we arrived the square was bustling with preparations for a festival, and watching from the terrace was a joy. Our bedroom was similar in size and proportion to the common space, long and wide and with the very high curved ceiling. The same fresh décor and quirky artworks etc, and a super-sized bed that was extremely comfortable. Fabulous bathroom. amazing breakfasts, and the most delightful and accommodating hosts you could ever wish for.
Just be aware that the "available parking" is actually street parking, but it worked perfectly for us. And there's no elevator, just several flights of steep old stone stairs. But we are both 70 and we had no problem.
Rather steep stairs
I had an excellent stay here.The staff are amazing and go out of their way to make you feel welcome and comfortable.The room is huge and immaculate with great lighting,en suite bathroom and a smart tv.Every morning they serve a beautiful breakfast with good strong coffee to kickstart the day.Its located in the very centre of the town with the train station only 2 minutes away.I will definitely be back
Set in Gioia del Colle, 34 km from Alberobello, Casa Ninè offers a shared lounge and free WiFi. Accommodation is fitted with air conditioning, a fully equipped kitchen with a dining area, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with bidet, a hairdryer and free toiletries. A microwave, a fridge and stovetop are also offered, as well as a kettle and a coffee machine. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy an Italian breakfast. Casa Ninè offers a terrace. If you would like to discover the area, cycling is possible in the surroundings and the accommodation can arrange a bicycle rental service. Bari is 43 km from Casa Ninè, while Matera is 37 km from the property. The nearest airport is Bari Karol Wojtyla, 49 km from the bed and breakfast, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
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