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With a stay at Al Vecchio Convento in Portico di Romagna, you'll be 14.4 mi (23.2 km) from Terme di Castrocaro and 17.7 mi (28.5 km) from Birthplace of Benito Mussolini. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Charming, wonderful friendly owners, special experience
Pros: Al Vecchio Convento is in the heart of Portico di Romagna, an historic village on the pilgrim route through the Apennines. The highlight of a stay at the hotel is undoubtedly the food - both dinner and breakfast were wonderful in every respect. Dinner was effectively a menu of the day, but with vegetarian alternatives, whilst breakfast was a sumptuous buffet including both sweet and savoury dishes. This was served downstairs, with the option of sitting outside. We were warmly welcomed, and thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
Cons: We had a room at the front of the hotel and were disturbed both nights by guests who stood outside the front of the building (and on the staircase inside) talking loudly into the early hours - we would ask for a room overlooking the valley in future.
Pros: Something really special and beautiful. Breakfast and location is fabulous!!
Pros: Great restaurant. Wonderful and varied breakfast. Friendliness of the staff. The owner/manager helped me with future accommodations. One of the best!
Cons: Can't think of a thing.
Pros: The genuine atmosphere of the countryside place
Cons: The church bell during the night
Pros: The food and the fantastic people who run the hotel
Overlooking the Foreste Casentinesi National Park, Hotel Pini features free bike rental and table tennis. Guests can dine at the à la carte restaurant. With mountain views, rooms all come with a work desk and TV. Each has a private bathroom equipped with a hairdryer and free toiletries. The restaurant serves regional cuisine and fresh pasta. A sweet and savoury breakfast, with home-made produce, is offered daily. Santa Sofia is a 15-minute drive from Pini Hotel. Campigna ski slopes are 10 km away.
Pros: Very quaint with a mountain village vibe. No other tourists, but locals friendly. Not much to do, but a short drive to a larger town. Dinner was amazing, made with love and great flavour and authentic local specialities - the slow cooked wild boar was the highlight. We saw the pasta being hand made in the afternoon, and knew we were in for a treat.
Cons: No english spoken, but staff made an effort, so it felt less touristy, if a bit difficult. Real mountains goat country, not easy hiking.
Pros: This is an excellent family-run hotel. I stayed here while crossing the Apennines en route to the Adriatic. My room was impeccably clean and my bed comfortable. Dinner was simple regional cooking with good ingredients; the choice at breakfast was large. The owners clearly take pride in their work and want to make sure that guests have an agreeable stay. I look forward to returning.
Pros: Great room on the top floor, very large, comfortable bed. It was late in the season and we were the only guests. No English spoken but all went well. Great views.
Pros: Excellent staff and fantastic restaurant,value for money, will stop here again!
Pros: Location. Good value for the price. Great restaurant!
Cons: It was Spartan. Lack of heat in room. Breakfast not included. No wifi.
Pros: very tasty lamb
Cons: gloomy hostile host, the bill for dinner at the restaurant was dishonest, the smell of cigarettes from the restaurant in the room all night