Great Places to Stay in Italy

It is never too early to start planning your dream trip to Italy! Whether you’re looking for adventure or relaxation, your perfect vacation spot is waiting for you. You can explore exciting villages, amazing views and fun activities when you stay at any of these unforgettable locations. We’ll make it easier for you by sharing our list of great places to stay in Italy.

Agriturismo Casalantico (Le Marche)

Immersed in the splendid hills of Le Marche, Casalantico is the ideal place for those who are ready to embrace wellness and relaxation. It can be found in Corinaldo, near the center of the small and fascinating historic village that has proudly been included in the list of “The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy.” The idea comes from the renovation of an old farmhouse dating back to the 1800s, where 6 apartments have been created and equipped to include every comfort.

Rifugio Novezzina (Monte Baldo)

The Refuge Novezzina is situated at 1,235 meters above sea level on the eastern slopes of Monte Baldo in Novezzina locality in the Municipality of Ferrara di Monte Baldo (Verona). The Refuge has dorm rooms with more beds (mainly bunk beds) and a double room. It features services to the plan (even for people with disabilities) and presence of showers. The property is accessible to all and free of architectural barriers.

I Sette Coni (Puglia)

Considered to be one of the world’s most popular Airbnb’s, I Sette Coni (The Seven Cones) is the perfect place for nature lovers. Enjoy an authentic renovated trullo in the peaceful countryside with a beautiful view of the valley. Located between Ostuni and Cisternino, you can easily explore any of the amazing sights in Puglia.

Villa Laura Cortona (Tuscany)

Villa Laura is a beautifully restored 17th century estate just outside the walls of Cortona, Tuscany. The property dates back to 600 AD and was built on over the centuries. There are three buildings that were all lovingly restored in 2006 after it was used as the set for the famous film “Under the Tuscan Sun” in 2003. This is the ideal place for a very private and luxurious retreat.

Recommended by Chiara’s Tuscany

I Tre Poggi (Piemonte)

Slip away from the city to a charming residence in Piemonte, between Langhe and Monferrato, to disconnect from the frenzy of everyday life. Just outside the city of Canelli, the Dimora di Charme is housed in an old eighteenth-century farmhouse. Ideal destinations for short excursions and summer walks, the estate is partly planted with vineyards, orchards, and hazelnuts, and partly left in the woods.

Recommended by @twocreativetravelers

Villa Rocco (Monferrato)

Nestled within the UNESCO landscape of Piedmont’s historical Monferrato, Villa Rocco is located along the Route of Infernot. The relaxing hum of Mother Nature can be heard on every season, any day or night. Revel in the views of gardens and tendered vineyards, wild woods, and stunning skies. It’s a comfortable place to plan your break, without worrying about social distancing.

Casa Le Crete (Umbria)

Located in Umbria, Italy, Casa Le Crete is a nicely positioned country house in the middle of the Orvieto Classico wine country just outside the hills of Ficulle, an ancient city whose roots date back to the Etruscan civilization. Its memorable location at the top of a slope gives the villa a 360-degree panoramic of undisturbed views and is reached by a private access road.

Stay at No. 18 (Alfiano Natta)

Escape to the country in this beautifully refurbished barn that sleeps up to 8 people. In the quiet town of Alfiano Natta, about a 20-minute drive from the city of Asti and 10 minutes from the nearest city of Moncalvo, it is famously the smallest city in Italy. The garden areas of the house border a small vineyard of Nebbiolo grapes and a peach tree farm. Experience outside dining, a sunbathing terrace, and a private swimming pool with a view.

Casa Ciao Bella (Le Marche)

In a gorgeous, historical villa near the village of Carassai in the region Le Marche, you will find Casa Ciao Bella. Appreciate breath-taking views of rolling hills and vineyards in a villa surrounded by a garden with a swimming pool. Each apartment has its own entrance and private terrace where you can enjoy your breakfast or a glass of wine in the evening.

Villa Valentina Cinque Terre (Levanto)

One of the best spots to visit Cinque Terre, Villa Valentina offers the perfect blend of luxury amenities with Italian hospitality to ensure your comfort and enjoyment. You will feel as though you are visiting with friends in these beautifully appointed guest rooms or deluxe guest suites that include little touches of home. A freshly prepared breakfast is served each morning to begin your day exploring the Cinque Terre.

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