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An exclusive and unique hotel found in the gorgeous Umbrian valley, the Castello di Baccaresca has a secluded location ensuring a peaceful retreat. Housed in a traditional Italian castle, the hotel has an ancient court and offers panoramic views of the scenic surroundings. Despite its well-preserved historic side, Castello di Baccaresca offers a welcoming and contemporary environment through comfortable accommodation and stellar facilities.
The hotel has an outdoor pool in the centre of a gorgeous park, meaning you can utilise the stunning views of Umbria as you go for a dip. Inside, the stylish lounge bar is full of exposed beams, ancient arches and a wide selection of teas, soft drinks and alcoholic drinks. Upon request, Castello di Baccaresca can also offer wine-tastings (at an additional cost). The hotel’s restaurant offers an assorted á la carte meal showcasing the best Italian produce in a modern fashion. During summer months, guests can dine in the outdoor square and take in the wondrous views as they eat. There is also an onsite spa offering a steam room, Finnish sauna and multiple treatments for an additional cost.
Castello di Baccaresca is located in a peaceful location just 20 minutes from the nearest city of Gubbio. A gorgeous area with a beautiful landscape typical of any Umbrian destination, the city also has numerous landmarks to tick off during your stay. Starting in the Cathedral, which has 16th-century artworks on show, visitors should also tick off the panoramic Piazza Grande, 15th-century Dukes Palace and be sure to try the local delicacy of crescia, a salted flatbread with cured meat. The largest city in Umbria, Perugia (a 40-minute drive away), effortlessly maintains the cosy charm and personal feel that is guaranteed to relax your senses. Wander around old-fashioned streets and gaze at beautiful buildings like the Palazzo dei Priori and the cathedral, both of which can be found at the Piazza IV Novembre. East of Perugia, you’ll find the village of Assisi, the birthplace of one of the most venerated religious figures in Christianity, St Francis.