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Very good service by Omar who came down to help us with our luggage, served our breakfast every morning at a time we agreed on, all our queries and issues raised were answered in a very professional manner.
We met Guiliana, the owner, when checking-out...More
Domus Frattina is a lovely b&b. Is is very clean and the room is big. The location is fantastic and you can reach all the tourists attractions by foot. There is a stunning and quiet roof terrace where you get the breakfast served. The breakfast...More
If you want bland perfection, the Domus Frattina is not for you. If you want cosy charm and character, I do not think you will be disappointed. We were warmly welcomed and very well looked after by the owner and manager - both of whom...More
Hard to find this small hotel but once you do it is excellent, super friendly girl who works there and the place is really nice and clean, breakfast is also excellent . 1 problem was they really need to sort out there aircon. It's either...More
This was supposed to be a bed and breakfast--far from that quaint experience you would hope to have. It was almost impossible to find the place. It had a small sign on a wall--that's it. When we checked in, it turned out that they had...More
US$114 - US$209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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