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Lodge in Ugento
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Rental basis: Room with own facilities
Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
Taxes of City tax 0.5 EUR Per adult / day may be collected during the booking process. If this is not supported, they must be paid to the host upon arrival.
Renovated in 2018 with particular attention to the preservation of the typical characteristics of the architecture of the place, it is characterized by furnishings that evoke the atmosphere that once breathed in these homes.
Breakfast is served in a room on the ground floor with genuine Apulian products.
Our intent is to ensure that the guest experiences remote and relaxing sensations.
All the rooms of the Albergo Diffuso Cortellenica including the Hellenic Suite, are characterized by typical star vaults, have independent entrances and are equipped with a private bathroom and a small patio and furnished with respect and harmony of the place.
In addition to the typical breakfast, it is our pleasure to offer you other types of breakfast, on request, in order to satisfy your every desire and request.
It is a little gem made up of rooms with the charm of the past.
Among our Extra breakfasts you will find the wellness breakfast and the savory breakfast.
If you love the sea like that of the Caribbean, but you can't move that much, the solution comes in Salento and especially in the Albergo Diffuso Cortellenica.
Our B & b is located in the ancient village of Ugento about 45 meters from the Castle and Museum of Ugento which is one of the most impressive castles in the Otranto area. Located on the top of a hill, it has dominated and protected the lands and the country that extend into its shadow.
It was built on Messapian remains and probably rebuilt in Roman times. The circular tower dates back to the Normans, who dominated the region from 1059, and was originally a motta castrale construction.
The characteristic tower embankment will be familiar to anyone who has seen the Bayeux Tapestry in Normandy.
The castle was destroyed and rebuilt in times of war, then extended and modified during times of peace. In 1643 it was purchased by the Marquis D'Amore, and has belonged to the d’Amore family ever since.
You'll be asked to pay the following charges by the property at check-in or check-out:
This property advises that enhanced cleaning and guest safety measures are currently in place.
The property is professionally cleaned, and bed sheets and towels are laundered at a temperature of at least 60°C/140°F.
Guests are provided with hand sanitizer.
Guests can rest easy knowing there's a first aid kit on site.
This property accepts credit/debit cards.
Cash transactions at this property cannot exceed EUR 1999.99, due to national regulations. For further details, please contact the property using information in the booking confirmation.
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