If you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast in Belgodere, look no further than Auberge de Tesa.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning and a desk, and Auberge de Tesa makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Belgodere has plenty of French restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Vava'u chez taté, Le 20 226, and Café de France, which are serving up some great dishes.
The staff at Auberge de Tesa looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Very isolated place with very friendly, welcoming hosts! On Friday evenings they organise an outside dinner made of local products with Corsican music and bbq fish and suckling pig! Room is simple and clean👍The atmosphere is guaranteed 😎
We had dinner at this restaurant. It was a truly exceptional meal from a recently-opened restaurant-and-hotel. Every dish was at a minimum very good. Starters were the tapas plate and a quiche, both extremely well-executed. The mains were the veal, the fish course, and stuffed tomatos. All were excellent, but the fish and veal were perhaps slightly better. All dishes focused on using local ingredients, which worked particularly well for dishes using sheep cheese and many of the herbs. Of particular note was the potato gratin side dish for the veal, which was possibly the best potato dish I have tasted in years.
The hotel room was cosy and very clean and the food was really amazing. They offer a great selection for breakfast, the menu changes on a daily basis with organic ingredients sourced from small local producers. The lunch is served in the garden next to a little water stream, with everything being cooked on the bbq or in the wood oven and the dinner on the lovely terrace. Sunday brunch is a must and the prices are cheap compare to everything around here. The new owners are really friendly and willing to help you at any time. I will definetely come back if I'm gonna be around this area in the future.
We found this place by chance on our way back from St Florent when we wanted to escape the busy coast with lots . Of people. Quiet setting, friendly staff, good food, maybe a bit overpriced. I find 4 Euros for a beer a bit much. but would come back!
We just found back the business card of this auberge and to our delight as we wanted to pass it on as a must go to for family intending to visit Corsica. Some years ago (2005) the agent of 'Corsican Places' told us we should eat here and that she did when she had something special to celebrate. After a few days of looking out for the right turn, we found it, in time for my birthday. I don't think we chose our food, it just arrived, fresh, deliciously made and in an seemingly endless amount of courses. The wine was topped up all the time, the bread was homemade, outside fire flies were dancing in the night sky. We almost forgot to pay as we felt so welcome, that it felt we had visited family instead of a restaurant. I can't remember what I ate, just that the overall experience was a magical one I won't soon forget,…