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The palace is comfortable, easily accessible and very stylish. Ettore is an excellent host. Amelia is also well worth a visit.
Our daughter and 8 month old grand daughter were with us and the public rooms were big enough to be able to push the...More
We lived for ten weeks on the uppermost floor with the most magnificent view of the country side. Beautiful, peaceful, serene. Hospitable hosts, wonderful coffee in the morning and civilized conversation at all hours. A treasure not to be forgotten. Ahh, did I mention the...More
I travelled to Amelia in July 2015 with 60 friends and family to get married at Palazzo Farrattini. I was apprehensive about arranging my wedding in Italy from Scotland but I couldn't have been more wrong - it was completely stress free!!!
Ettore ensured that...More
Quite incredible rooms in an amazing Palazzo. Ettore is extremely welcoming to his family "home" and provides hospitality and much advice about a lovely hilltop town. The 300 - 500 year old decor is incredibly preserved and yet the facilities are all very comfortable. The...More
Returning from a recent trip to Europe, I can't help but single out Amelia, Italy, as one place I will definitely return. Amelia is Italy at its finest. A small town in the Terni province, steeped in historical significance with unsurpassed views of the Umbrian...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
USD 141 - USD 199 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)