Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Follina, Hotel Dei Chiostri is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Dei Chiostri makes it easy to enjoy the best of Follina.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Dei Chiostri offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service. Guests of Hotel Dei Chiostri are also welcome to enjoy a hot tub and breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While staying at Hotel Dei Chiostri, visitors can check out Agriturismo Da Luca Corin (2.0 mi), which is a popular Follina attraction.
While visiting Follina, you may want to try some oyster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Osteria dai Mazzeri.
Should time allow, Abbazia Cistercense Santa Maria di Follina, Palazzo Barberis Rusca, and Sacraio Austro-Ungarico are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Dei Chiostri is sure to make your visit to Follina one worth remembering.
This is the sister hotel to the more expensive Hotel Abazzia - which is just over the street. However, you get to have your breakfast there and can choose to eat in their Michelin one star restaurant. Great shutters to ensure a good nights rest without sun-light. You do have to get used to the chimes from the bell tower. Great little bar outside - full of locals but very welcoming.
Had a fantastic experience the staff were warm and friendly food was excellent rooms were clean and tidy !all in all a great experience would highly recommend !follina is a great base for cycling trips through the prosseco wine area of Italy in addition the owner of the hotel is an avid cyclist and may even join you for a ride if he has time !
Stayed here as part of a business group, the hotel itself is nice enough but the "Manager/Owner" has issues with the bar next door and at 2am was screaming at them and turned the hose on the local people drinking there. Charged each room 20 euros for "disturbance" despite the fact that a. We were the only guests in the hotel and b. Most of us went quietly to our rooms. It's basically their way of making some extra money out of business groups. When we asked to speak to the Manager he was "too busy to see us". I'm sure there are a lot better hotels to stay in around the area.
Very characterful and quirky hotel. Our arrival was dealt with very efficiently - and quite informally. The rooms are all very different with some being much bigger with more comfortable than others. If you want a bath, king size bed or twin beds etc let the proprietor know in advance to be sure that he can meet your request. The bed was very comfortable with nice bedlinen. Breakfast was continental style and very good but would have been improved if there had been some fresh fruit available. Unfortunately the wi-fi didn't work at all - but everything else was good.
Good large room with a nice view of the courtyard. Air conditioning good and wifi ok. Location excellent for the town and next to La Corte the restaurant. Good check in and service very helpful. The town very old and worth a trip. Overall beautiful.
We were abruptly treated at the reception by the hotel owner. Having booked a standard room, extemely small, breakfast was not included, we were offered an upgrade at a special rate which was not in their books at check out and an ordeal to straighten out. They focus on their sister hotel across the street which is considerably more expensive. There is a gourmet restaurant in the sister hotel, but if you do not want that experience there are not any other great eating options within walking distance . We have been traveling in this area of Italy for over a decade and never had such an experience.
We have stayed here on a number of occasions. Rooms are very nice, a few offering beautiful views of the inner courtyard. Higher quality than most other mid-range hotels in Italy. Service is excellent and extremely friendly - owned by the Relais Chateaux Villa Abbazia next door - very helpful and eager to make your trip special. Essentially, you get R&C service at very friendly rates. Walking distance to at least 4 very good to excellent local restaurants, including Abbazia's michelin starred restaurant.
We had 2 night stay here. Hotel is across the street from their restaurant and we, like other reviewers were locked out of the hotel on arrival. The owner turned up eventually and we got in. Wifi didn't work in the first room, a junior suite so he moved us to another room upstairs which was better. Food at restaurant was good but expensive and the owner's wine recommendations were ok at best ...and expensive when we got the bill which we renegotiated with him. Interestingly the locals all went to the other places nearby,not to this place. Lovely area, very good walking and scenery but can't recommend this hotel.
The Hotel Dei Choistra is run by the hotel over the road Hotel Abbazia. The reception was closed so we went over to Hotel Abbazia and were offered a room and returned back to Hotel Dei Choistra to check.. We were devised Blythe receptionist breakfast would be at Hotel Abbazia. For breakfast they had no menu, no food in a buffet and told us to ask for anything. The only thing visible was croissants and cke. On checked out we were told breakfast cost extra at 14 EUR per person, was not included.. A lot f or a croissant!
We stayed for 3 nights, overall experience was excellent, tremendous value for money and the Hotel is sited in the lovely town of Follina a 65 minute drive from Venice. Staff were very friendly and the food at the Hotel ABBAZIA (owned by the De Chiostr owners) which is across the road was excellent both in choice, quality and service all together a very enjoyable experience - with air conditioning.