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The Terrazza del Subasio is not a B&B for everyone.... You must be a person that really likes nature and is interested in old italian culture to really enjoy this very special place, incrusted between the mountains in the neighbourwood of Assisi, the amazing medieval...More
We usually have only good reviews to give as we rely on reviews from trip advisor, this time we were very disappointed. We will be positive regarding the view, there it ends. It is a long drive from Assisi up a winding mountain road which...More
Response from La d, Proprietario at La Terrazza del SubasioResponded 20 October 2016
It 'really outrageous that a client who walks away without paying has to also say something, because Mrs. Diane and her husband have done just that. Kindness we were waiting for them at the door not to ask for payment at check-out and they have...More
This place is awful! It is miles and miles out of town, close to nothing! The room was filthy, full of spiders, no AC, limited English. Also, when we called Booking.Com (who was very very helpful in getting us out of there with no fees),...More
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Response from La d, Proprietario at La Terrazza del SubasioResponded 31 August 2016
As owner of La Terrazza del Subasio B&b feel the need not just to respond to Mrs. VICKIE M. but to clarify that the community of Tripadvisor knows exactly how things went, as also the lady has not even stayed with us. The first concerns...More
Reviewed 17 July 2016
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Of all the places we stayed in Northern Italy We felt that this was a true experience of staying in a family run B&B. Massimo and his sister we wonderful hosts offering us his homemade wine. At breakfast we felt we were part of the...More