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Reviews - Relais & SPA La Corte di Bettona

Via S. Caterina, 2 , Bettona , 06084
This stunning Relais offers something for the artist in us all. Nestled away amongst rolling Umbrian hills with spectacular views – you are also a short distance away from the charming surrounding medieval villages. Decorated in a rustic yet cosy manner and featuring a number of beautiful paintings – you are certainly in a unique environment!
Places tovisit in Bettona:
S.Andrea (original 13th century building-baroque period)-The Palace of the Podestà/Pinacoteca (built in 1391-notable museum of art and archaeology)-Curch of S.Crispolto (13th century-romanesque structure)-the Etruscan walls-Curch of S.Maria Maggiore (Romano-Gothic chapel – neo-classical style)-Etruscan Tomb-Villa del Boccaglione (rare example of the architecture of the 18th century, basically baroque,but with neo-classical influence) – Torre del Molanaccio (once a watchtower over a ford on the River Chiascio and reclaimed at the end of the 19th century)
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We stayed here for 7 nights with our daughter in room 105 which worked well for us. Views from this are stunning and it leads straight onto hotel garden which is better for sunbathing in the early mid part of the day when sun hasn't yet got round to the pool and exterior restaurant terrace area. The garden also has a hot tub - this is separate to the other two hotel buildings and costs extra to use. General location is incomparable, staff all friendly and helpful but I never saw a manager or anyone who you'd describe as such although the place runs smoothly. After a week I came away feeling disappointed on this front. No information whatsoever in the bedrooms so I doubt many visitors realise the garden and hot tub are open to all and that there is a playroom in our block. Pity because it could work really well for a family who just wanted to chill out there. If you have to have a cup of tea at breakfast pack a few of your own bags - they ran out of normal tea bags the last two days we were there. Air con is a stand alone machine - averagely effective but rather noisy. No barking dogs all night as described by other reviews. In summary - it feels like a chain hotel so if you expect the hospitality family -run Italian hotels excel at probably not the place for you. At the weekend it gets busy with people from Rome who seem to know the ropes well. Reasonably child friendly although the pool is right outside the main restaurant entrance and someone could easily fall in within seconds not ideal for toddlers. I don't think I'd take a small child for that reason.

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From CRAVEN ARMS, England
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