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Cooperative Wine Cellar of Lu
Parrocchiale di Lu
There was an element of surprise as the gates to the hotel courtyard were opened. We were immediately met with smiles by the friendly family staff who were excited to give us a tour of the complex...and then showed us to our apartment which was palacial in size but warm and inviting. It had been delightfully restored to honor the ancient structure... a wonderful mix of antique and modern furnishings and conveniences...nice little kitchen, great heating system even in October!)free wifi. Wonderful restaurant! We booked for 3 days, A totally unique experience and a great place to base ourselves to explore all the little hill towns nearby!
Why this place is called a ressort, is a mistery: No sauna, bar, pool,massages or other forms of wellness. Heating and wlan did not work. one roll, sliced into 6 pieces for the 2 of us for breakfast, along with one tiny pack of butter. Part of the premises still in ruin. Adjacent restaurant only in operation during weekends. This establishment is sailing under the wrong flag! Our idea of a palazzo is different. It is a simple country lodging, nothing else.