See why so many travellers make Il Corso B&B their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Porto Cesareo. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Parrocchia della Beata Vergine del Perpetuo Soccorso (0.1 mi) and Torre Cesarea (0.2 mi), guests of Il Corso B&B can easily experience some of Porto Cesareo's most well known attractions.
As your “home away from home,” the bed and breakfast rooms offer a minibar, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a sun terrace and outdoor furniture while staying at Il Corso B&B. In addition, Il Corso B&B offers free breakfast, which will help make your Porto Cesareo trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you like seafood restaurants, Il Corso B&B is conveniently located near Cosimino Ristorante, Da Antimo, and Lido Stella Maris.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a , such as Statua di Manuela Arcuri.
At Il Corso B&B, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Porto Cesareo.
We had a wonderful stay at Il Corso in August 2018. Silvia and Mary were so accommodating and helpful, they really made our stay very special. Il Corso is minutes walk from the beach and right in the centre of the delightful town. We had a great time people watching from the balcony in the evenings. I would recommend Il Corso to anyone, it's an amazing place to stay.
We stayed here 2 years ago and liked it a lot, not this time though. Last time we had a nice breakfast at the B&B, this time it was in a cafe that took us 10 minutes to find and was very dissapointing. We were not told beforehand that breakfast would not be at the B&B, when we got up for breakfast the reception area was empty so we rang the owner and she told us to go to a cafe. WiFi didn't work either, when we spoke to the owner the next day she was rude and more interested in making silly excuses and talking down to us than apologising. She told us we got a free breakfast & shouldn't be complaining!!! Eh it's a B&B & we payed €80 We were given a pastrie & a coffee, that was it.
We went to Porto Cesareo from August 13 until August 20th. The family that runs the hotel is very friendly and helpful. We felt like at home. The hotel is clean and well kept. The beaches in August are very busy in the area, so if you can reserve sunbeds for the week and pay in advance it will make your life easier.
Just back from a short stay in Porto Cesareo , a gorgeous seaside town in Puglia , and we made a return visit to Il Corso b&b . It is still every bit as good as the last time we stayed there. We had a super room ,very tastefully decorated , simple and efficient , a great aircon unit and a fridge and an en suite that is ultra modern ,plenty of towels and soaps. The bed was very comfortable and all was spotlessly clean. Woke up each day to a cheery breakfast ,fresh coffee ,fruits cakes etc ,usual Italian fare . The best part though was the value for money and the position , right on the Main Street , but very little noise and next door to a fabulous wine shop. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this to anybody , and we will certainly be going back .
Nothing to complain - just perfect. We stayed 5 days as a couple. This was our first "B&B" vacation and what shall I say. The two hosts very nice and helpful. They served a marvellous breakfast. The room was in fact very small but also very cosi. Located at the main street of the shops. About 20 minutes to the beach by feet. But with the bikes it was quit easy to get there.